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Inhibición de colinesterasa plasmática en el zorzal pardo (Turdus grayi), expuesto a diazinón en cultivos de papaya maradol en Yucatán, México

@inproceedings{Cobos2006InhibicinDC,
  title={Inhibici{\'o}n de colinesterasa plasm{\'a}tica en el zorzal pardo (Turdus grayi), expuesto a diazin{\'o}n en cultivos de papaya maradol en Yucat{\'a}n, M{\'e}xico},
  author={V. Cobos and M. A. Mora and G. Escalona},
  year={2006}
}
plasma enzymatic activity. The plasma samples from birds used as controls were taken during the same time period and were analyzed in a similar way. Enzymatic activity of males was greater than that of females (53,52%) and mean cholinesterase inhibition was 49.43%. Cholinesterase inhibition was greater during May than in March probably due to more continuous exposure and ingestion of the insecticide through food and possible absorption through the skin. This degree of enzymatic inhibition is… Expand
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