Uptake and translocation monitoring of imidacloprid to chili and tomato plants by molecularly imprinting extraction - ion mobility spectrometry

  title={Uptake and translocation monitoring of imidacloprid to chili and tomato plants by molecularly imprinting extraction - ion mobility spectrometry},
  author={Mimi Aria and Aitor Sorribes-Soriano and Mohammad T Jafari and Farshid Nourbakhsh and Francesc Albert Esteve-Turrillas and Sergio Alberto Monjardin Armenta and Jos{\'e} Manuel Herrero-Mart{\'i}nez and Miguel de la Guardia},
  journal={Microchemical Journal},

Biochemical and phytoremediation of Plantago major L. to protect tomato plants from the contamination of cypermethrin pesticide

In this study, a good strategy was recommended to uptake CYP residue from soil by PM and protect tomato plants from CYP residues as well as safe for human and non-target organisms.

Multivariate Assessment of Procedures for Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Synthesis for Pesticides Determination in Environmental and Agricultural Samples

Application of multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) allows for visualization of the most beneficial analytical procedures in case of changing the priority of each step of analysis (MIPs synthesis, sample preparation process—pesticides extraction, chromatographic analysis) bearing in mind metrological and environmental issues.

Capacitive sensor based on molecularly imprinted polymers for detection of the insecticide imidacloprid in water

The developed capacitive sensor for the detection of imidacloprid in water samples based on molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) was validated by the analysis of artificially spiked water samples and was the first-time that automated regeneration was introduced as part of a sensing platform for IMD detection.

Residue and Risk Assessment of Imidacloprid and Chlorantraniliprole in Open Field and Greenhouse Celery.

ABSTRACT The residue levels and risk assessment of imidacloprid (IMI) and chlorantraniliprole (CAP) in celery grown under open field and greenhouse cultivation were investigated. Both pesticides were

Trends in Multiresidue Analysis

The global concern about food safety and environment quality has produced the development of a legal framework to control residues of organic compounds (e.g. pesticides and veterinary and human

Facile one-pot synthesis of magnetic molecular imprinting polymers as a novel adsorbent for the enrichment of imidacloprid based on a magnetic dispersive micro-solid-phase extraction in water samples

The pesticide residues have become one of the issues in the fields of environmental health and food safety. Herein, an effective method was successfully developed to rapidly determine imidacloprid in

Residue Content of Organophosphorus Pesticides and their Toxic Metabolites in Greenhouse-Grown Tomatoes during Pre-Harvest Interval and Post-Harvest Processing: A Kinetic Study

Modeling the removal of the pesticides indicated that the nonlinear first- and second-order models were the best fitted models for the dissipation of both pesticides in field and post-harvest conditions.

A rapid liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization-ion mobility spectrometry method for monitoring nine representative metabolites in the seedlings of cucumber and wheat.

Results showed that under soilless culture conditions, the contents of maltose, citric acid and p-hydroxybenzoic acid in the seedlings of cucumber and wheat were reduced by low concentration of itaconic acid, succinic acid andcitric acid.

Fabrication of a Highly Sensitive and Selective Electrochemical Imidacloprid Sensor Using a Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified With MWCNTs/SBA-15@Si-CDs Nanocomposite

In this work, a sensitive and highly selective electrochemical sensor for the determination of imidacloprid (IMD) is presented. This sensor was fabricated with the modification of a glassy carbon



A LC/APCI-MS/MS method for analysis of imidacloprid in soils, in plants, and in pollens.

For the first time, this study permitted us to follow the fate of imidacloprid in the environment and it is suggested that pollens from these crops are contaminated at levels of a few micrograms per kilogram, suggesting probable deleterious effects on honeybees.

Determination of Three Neonicotinoid Pesticides Residues by High Performence Liquid Chromatography with Molecularly Imprinting Solid Phase Extraction

A molecularly imprinted polymer( MIP) for the selective solid phase extraction of imidacloprid, imidaclothiz,thiacloprid was synthesized by polymerization for 24 h using thiacloprid as template.

Determination of imidacloprid in rice by molecularly imprinted-matrix solid-phase dispersion with liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry.

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  • Chemistry
    Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences
  • 2012

Quantification of imidacloprid uptake in maize crops.

The PEC/PNEC risk ratios were determined and ranged between 500 and 600 for honeybees foraging on maize treated with imidacloprid by seed dressing, a high risk factor that can be related to one of the main causes of honeybee colony losses.

Persistence and metabolism of imidacloprid in different soils of West Bengal.

Dissipation of imidacloprid in soil followed first-order kinetics and DT50 values ranged from 28.7 to 47.8 days, and the shortest half-lives were observed in the lateritic soil of Jhargram for both liquid and powder formulations.

Development and Application of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer as Solid Phase Extraction of Imidacloprid in Environmental Samples

Abstract A molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) has been prepared by a thermal polymerisation method using methacrylic acid as the functional monomer, ethylene glycol dimethacrylate as cross-linking

Uptake, translocation and bioavailability of imidacloprid in several hop varieties.

The translaminar and acropetal bioavailability of imidacloprid foliarly applied to hop leaves was determined by a laboratory bioassay using the damson hop aphid, Phorodon humuli (Schrank).

Uptake and translocation of imidacloprid, clothianidin and flupyradifurone in seed-treated soybeans.

The uptake and translocation of these insecticides differed in response to soil moisture stress, which had a positive effect on the distribution of flupyradifurone in leaves and was not observed with the neonicotinoids.