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Imidacloprid: Quiz


Question 1: Other widespread crop uses are rice, grains/________ including corn (maize), potatoes, vegetables, sugar beets, fruit, cotton, and hops.

Question 2: In ________, its use (as Gaucho) has become controversial due to a possible link to derangement of behavior in domesticated honeybees.
CanadaFranceUnited KingdomItaly

Question 3: Imidacloprid was negative for mutagenicity in 21 out of 23 different laboratory tests, but was positive for ________ changes in human lymphocytes and for genotoxicity in CHO cells.
AutosomeKaryotypeChromosomal translocationChromosome

Question 4: Tolerances for Imidacloprid residue in food range from 0.02 mg/kg in eggs to 3.0 mg/kg in ________.
HopsBeerGermanyUnited States

Question 5: It is rated as an "unlikely" ________ by the EPA (group E), and is not listed for endocrine, reproductive, or developmental toxicity, or as a chemical of special concern by any agencies.

Question 6: The most widely used applications for Imidacloprid in ________ are pest control in structures, turf pest control, grape growing, and head and leaf lettuce growing.
CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaLos Angeles

Question 7: Imidacloprid is receiving increased attention as a possible factor in ________, a mysterious condition that causes sudden death of honey bee populations.
PesticideEuropean honey beeColony collapse disorderImidacloprid effects on bee population

Question 8: It is not irritating to eyes or skin in rabbits and guinea pigs (although some commercial preparations contain ________ as an inert ingredient, which may be an irritant).
ClaySoilSoil liquefactionSand

Question 9: See ________.
Imidacloprid effects on bee populationPesticide toxicity to beesBees and toxic chemicalsColony collapse disorder

Question 10: Studies on rats indicate that the ________ is the organ most affected by Imidacloprid.
TesticleEndocrine systemAdrenal glandThyroid


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