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    • ...we tested for effects of neonicotinoids on honey bee circadian rhythms... ...rhythmic, and impairs sleep. Neonicotinoids and light input act synergistically... ...disrupt bee circadian behavior, and neonicotinoids directly stimulate wake-promoting clock... ...brain. Neonicotinoids disrupt...
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    • ...affected by neurotoxins, namely, neonicotinoids. We tested this hypothesis... ...in agriculture. Contact exposure to neonicotinoids suppressed the ability of spiders... ...piriform fibrils. Contact exposure to neonicotinoids also suppressed the ballooning behavior... ..., in which neonicotinoids...
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    • Neonicotinoids are very effective in controlling... ...Spiders are less sensitive to neonicotinoids compared to insects because of... ...receptors, the binding targets of neonicotinoids. We tested whether short-... term exposure to neonicotinoids affected the predation rate in... ...neonicotinoids...
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    • Accumulating evidence suggests that neonicotinoids may have long-term adverse... ...it is not known if neonicotinoids act as EDCs in bees... ...to field-realistic levels of neonicotinoids reduced bee survival and caused...
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    • Neonicotinoids are thought to have negligible... ...spider prey with commonly used neonicotinoids has repellent or feeding deterrent... ...with field-realistic concentrations of neonicotinoids to the spiders and determining... ..., to flies treated with neonicotinoids (acetamiprid, imidacloprid,...
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    • ...Aculeata). The effects of neonicotinoids on the metamorphosis of aculeates... ...however, recent evidence suggests that neonicotinoids induce wing abnormalities. We... ...field-realistic concentrations of four neonicotinoids, acetamiprid, imidacloprid, thiacloprid... ...the neonicotinoids or...
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    • ...these two stressors. Even though neonicotinoids had no significant impact by... ...-lag interaction between mites and neonicotinoids that resulted in significantly reduced... ...that incorporate reduced use of neonicotinoids and sustainable solutions for V...
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    • ...used classes of cholinergic pesticide: neonicotinoids (nicotinic receptor agonists) and... ...). Although sublethal levels of neonicotinoids are known to disrupt honeybee... ...brain, we show that the neonicotinoids imidacloprid and clothianidin, and... ...caused by neonicotinoids, and...
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    • Neonicotinoids selectively modulate insect nicotinic acetylcholine... ...the target site actions of neonicotinoids. Thus, we have investigated... ...reduced the efficacy of the neonicotinoids for the nAChRs with a... ...basic residues critical for binding neonicotinoids. Hence, we predict the...
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    • ...of the most commonly used neonicotinoids, imidacloprid (IMD), thiamethoxam... ...indicate that bees cannot taste neonicotinoids and are not repelled by... ...cannot control their exposure to neonicotinoids in food and implies that...
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    • Neonicotinoids are widely used insecticides,... ...known about the effect of neonicotinoids on other beneficial insects such... .... Hence, sublethal doses of neonicotinoids might compromise the function of...
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    • ...and pollen from treated plants, neonicotinoids can affect foraging, learning,... ...are the potential effects of neonicotinoids on queen bees, which... ...improves our understanding of how neonicotinoids may impair short-term colony...
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    • ...pollinators in ecosystems and agriculture4. Neonicotinoids are suspected to pose an... ...introduced a moratorium on three neonicotinoids as seed coatings in flowering... ...the key question is how neonicotinoids influence bees, and wild...
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    • ...to maximize crop yield1,2. Neonicotinoids are the most widely used... ...the European Union12, where certain neonicotinoids (imidacloprid, clothianidin and thiamethoxam... ...as a direct replacement for neonicotinoids. To avoid continuing cycles...
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