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Fig. 7

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

Fig. 7

Relative rhodamine B (RB) concentration for the measurement of MXR activity in Eisenia andrei exposed for 48 h to the commercial pesticide preparations Calypso (active ingredient thiacloprid), Sumialfa (active ingredient esfenvalerate), Filon (active ingredient prosulfocarb) and Frontier (active ingredient dimethenamid-p) (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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