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Experimental, Methodological and Analytical Approach to the Study of Microbe-Insecticide Interactions

  • Rup Lal
  • N. P. Agnihotri

Abstract

The heterogenity of biological, chemical and physical properties of microbial environments has presented many problems to understand the microbe-insecticide interactions. In fact, many studies have examined such interactions only under laboratory conditions and thus the scientific literature on this subject is dominated by in vitro studies with pure and mixed cultures of microorganisms (Ware and Roan 1970; Cox 1972; Tu and Miles 1976; Wainright 1978; Lal and Saxena 1980, 1982; Lal 1982; Lal and Dhanaraj 1984). Such studies have considerable scientific value but there has been an unfortunate and undesirable tendency to assume that they also reflect the interaction of insecticides with microorganisms in natural environments.

Keywords

High Pressure Liquid Chromatography Pesticide Residue Dansyl Chloride Pesticide Residue Analysis Organochlorine Insecticide 
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  • Rup Lal
  • N. P. Agnihotri

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