2017
DOI: 10.1515/intox-2017-0020
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Abstract: Pesticides are one of the major sources of environmental toxicity and contamination. This study reports potential of lepidopteran insecticide formulation, named Flubendiamide, in altering compound eye architecture and bristle pattern orientation for four consecutive generations (P, F1, F2 and F3) in a non-target diptera, Drosophila melanogaster Meigen (Diptera: Drosophilidae). The concentrations of the insecticide formulation selected for treatment of Drosophila (50 and 100 μg/mL) were in accordance with pract… Show more

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“…The effects of flubendiamide on the ocular surface were studied in non-target Drosophila melanogaster to evaluate cross-reactivity in species at which the insecticide is not directed. It was found that flubendiamide altered the compound eye architecture and bristle pattern orientation in four generations of non-target D. melanogaster at doses consistent with those administered in fields in India [ 146 , 147 ]. The irritative nature of flubendiamide is further explored in a report published by the Food Safety Commission of Japan, as the insecticide was linked to ocular inflammation in rats [ 148 ].…”
Section: Pesticide Exposurementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The effects of flubendiamide on the ocular surface were studied in non-target Drosophila melanogaster to evaluate cross-reactivity in species at which the insecticide is not directed. It was found that flubendiamide altered the compound eye architecture and bristle pattern orientation in four generations of non-target D. melanogaster at doses consistent with those administered in fields in India [ 146 , 147 ]. The irritative nature of flubendiamide is further explored in a report published by the Food Safety Commission of Japan, as the insecticide was linked to ocular inflammation in rats [ 148 ].…”
Section: Pesticide Exposurementioning
confidence: 99%