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- Gong, Xiaolan, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Chemosphere 2012 v.89 no.5 pp. 609-614
- aspartate transaminase; foods; silk; silkworms; hemolymph; malate dehydrogenase; insect larvae; drugs; alanine transaminase; glucose; lactate dehydrogenase; poisoning; metabolism; insect pests; phoxim; titanium dioxide; nontarget organisms; proteins; uric acid; free amino acids; succinate dehydrogenase (quinone); urea; nanoparticles
- ... Phoxim insecticide is widely used in agriculture, which is toxic to insect pests and nontarget organisms. The phoxim poisoning is hard to prevent for silkworms. TiO₂ NPs have been widely applied in whitening, brightening foods, toothpaste or sunscreens, and orally-administered drugs. However, whether TiO₂ NPs can increase resistance of silkworm to phoxim poisoning has not been reported. The result ...