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Fig. 5

From: Commercial preparations of pesticides exert higher toxicity and cause changes at subcellular level in earthworm Eisenia andrei

Fig. 5

Relative fluorescence for reactive oxygen species (ROS) measurements in Eisenia andrei exposed to the four commercial pesticide preparations Calypso (active ingredient thiacloprid), Sumialfa (active ingredient fenvalerate), Filon (active ingredient prosulfocarb) and Frontier (active ingredient dimethenamid-p) for 48 h (mean ± standard deviation; N = 20). Significant differences between control and pesticide treatments (ANOVA followed by Dunnett’s multiple comparison test) are labeled with *(p < 0.05)

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