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Changes of cotton leaf worm haemocytes and esterases after exposure to compounds derived from urea and Rice Straw
Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences C Physiology and Molecular Biology
In the current study, the role of cotton leaf worm haemocytes and esterases in detoxification were recorded. The haemolymph was collected from the 6 th instar larvae which treated with LC 25 , LC 50 , LC 70 of three newly compounds extracted from wastes from natural origin, Cyano acetyl urea (CAU), Benzimidazolyl acetyl urea (BAU) from urea and Cyano acetyl urea (CAH) from rice straw as 4 th instar larvae. The mean of total haemocytes counts in haemolymph of untreated 6 th larval instar wasdoi:10.21608/eajbsc.2013.16094 fatcat:j6hvv6zzf5fclp3bbvjvfvqfya