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Pesticide-pollinator interactions

Pesticide-pollinator interactions

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Published by Publications NRCC/CNRC in Ottawa [Ontario] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pesticides -- Environmental aspects -- Canada,
  • Bees,
  • Fertilization of plants by insects

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNational Research Council of Canada, NRC Associate Committee on Scientific Criteria for Environmental Quality, Subcommittee on Pesticides and Industrial Organic Chemicals.
    SeriesNRCC -- no. 18471, NRC (Series) -- no. 18471.
    ContributionsNational Research Council Canada. Associate Committee on Scientific Criteria for Environmental Quality. Panel on Pesticide-Pollinator Interactions.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH545.P4 P47927 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination190 p. :
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16903183M
    LC Control Number2008530635

    Moreover, interaction between the two approaches also allowed eliminating most of mapping and assembly errors. The genetic map of the honey bee is now based on 2, microsatellite markers with a total genome length of 4, cM (Kosambi function of distance).


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We then propose guidelines for future pesticide-pollinator scholarship and action agenda aimed at strengthening knowledge in neglected domains and integrating knowledge across domains to provide Author: Mirella Aoun. All pesticide-pollinator interactions are causally downstream from pesticide use, a phenomenon governed as much by socioeconomic drivers as by anything belonging to the usual purview of ecotoxicology.

The intent of pesticide use is the alleviation of pest by: 9. Pollinators are attracted to nectar or pollen. As the pollinator goes from flower to flower, they help plants reproduce, providing us with fruits, vegetables, and nuts.

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Introduction. Pesticides play an important role in controlling insects, weeds, and diseases on farms and in urban landscapes. The areas treated for pests are often shared by pollinators; mainly insects such as bees, butterflies, wasps and flies, and also birds and bats.

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Boyle-Makowski, B.J.R. Philogène. Abstract. Declines of pollinator health and their populations continue to be commercial and ecological concerns. Agricultural practices, such as the use of agrochemicals, are among factors attributed to honey bee (Apis mellifera L.

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Pesticides are an important potential cause of biodiversity and pollinator decline. Little is known about the impacts of pesticides on wild pollinators in the field.

Insect pollinators were sampled in an agricultural system in Italy with the aim of detecting the impacts of pesticide use. The insecticide fenitrothion was over times greater in toxicity than other pesticides used in the area. Abstract. Ecotoxicology is an extension of the science of toxicology as well as a subdiscipline of the science of ecology.

Whereas toxicology is the study of the effects of poisons on individuals with the emphasis on human health, ecotoxicology is the study of the effects of toxic chemicals on wild populations and ecological systems.

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