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Toxic Effects of Aldicarb and Its Metabolites On Second Stage Larvae of Heterodera Schachtii

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An apparatus for hatching cyst forming nematodes is described. Observations on the effects of concentrations of 2 to 40 ppm aldicarb, aldicarb sulphoxide, aldicarb sulphone and aldicarb oxime sulphoxide on activity and coiling responses of second stage larvae of Heterodera schachtii showed aldicarb to be the most toxic compound. Aldicarb sulphoxide and aldicarb sulphone both affected nematode movement, but aldicarb oxime sulphoxide had no effect. Activity of nematodes decreased with increased duration of exposure to, and with increase in concentration of, the toxic compounds. Hyperactivity was observed in some individuals on exposure to all compounds except aldicarb oxime sulphoxide.

Affiliations: 1: Imperial College Field Station, Silwood Park, Ashurst Lodge, Ascot, Berkshire, England


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