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Gene Expression Response of the Non-target Gastropod Physella Acuta to Fenoxycarb, a Juvenile Hormone Analog Pesticide
Nowadays, pesticides are an environmental problem because they can act on non-target species. Therefore, the search for new pest control methods has focused on compounds with low or no toxic effects. Analogs of the juvenile hormone are one such group of pesticides since they work by interfering in the endocrine system of arthropods. However, the lack of effect on non-target species is frequently assumed, and it requires confirmation. This article analyzes the impact of Fenoxycarb, an analog ofdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1036012/v1 fatcat:4gojwp4nmzbozdkztbcfe32hbq