Comparative Uptake of Chlorantraniliprole and Flubendiamide in the Rice Plant


  •  Xiao-jun Chen    
  •  Ya-jun Ren    
  •  Zhi-yuan Meng    
  •  Chun-liang Lu    
  •  Hao-tian Gu    
  •  Yi-qing Zhuang    

Abstract

Chlorantraniliprole and flubendiamide as novel commercial insecticides could control almost all economically important lepidopteran insects and a number of key pests in vegetables and rice. At present, no researches were focused on the comparative uptake of chlorantraniliprole and flubendiamide in protected rice plants. Uptake of chlorantraniliprole or flubendiamide was investigated through hydroponic experiment or foliar absorption experiments. The results indicated that chlorantraniliprole had uptake character in rice plants and could only transport upward in the rice plant while flubendiamide had no uptake character in rice plants.Their uptake characteristic are a factor in determining their actions and toxicology,enrichment parts of the protected rice plants, persistence, metabolic processes and residual dynamics in protected rice plants.



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  • Issn(Print): 1916-9752
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