administered different sublethal doses
of ABP for 10 days.
Other research, however, has shown that even sublethal doses
of insecticides adversely affect insect (Haynes 1988) and arachnid species (Chu et a1.
Our goal was to achieve enrichment of genes and molecular pathways associated with neurological development and disease in order to identify novel gene targets for future investigation into the specific genetic mechanisms underlying developmental Pb toxicity at sublethal doses
2%, at lower dose and did not affect at the higher sublethal dose
, in adults of resistant strain.
The next step was to determine whether brevetoxin could be detected in the blood of mice treated with a sublethal dose
Some macromolecular abnormalities induced by a sublethal dose
of Cymbush 10EC in adult beetles of Tribolium castaneum.
Gole, Toxicologic and Immunologic Effects of Sublethal Doses
of Cyclopiazonic Acid in Rat, J.
Effects of sublethal doses
of talstar on biochemical components of malathion-resistant and susceptible adults of Rhyzopertha dominica.
15) More recent laboratory and ecological field studies indicate that neonicotinoids can have adverse effects on mammals at sublethal doses
, (15,16,17) and some neonicotinoid metabolites may be as or more toxic, compared with the parent compound.
Behavioral and metabolic effects of sublethal doses
of two insecticides, chlorpyrifos and methomyl, in the Egyptian cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis (Boisduval) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
2 mg/kg body weight of sublethal doses
of lead acetate (Sigma-Aldrich, Ltd.
of the widely used oxidative stress inducer [H.