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diamide

(ˈdaɪəˌmaɪd)
n
(Chemistry) a chemical compound containing two amido groups

di•a•mide

(ˈdaɪ əˌmaɪd, daɪˈæm ɪd)

n.
a chemical compound containing two amide groups.
[1865–70]
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Yilmaz, Synthesis and dichromate anion extraction ability of p-tert-butylcalix [4] arene diamide derivatives with different binding sites.
A relatively new termiticide is Chlorantraniliprole, from the anthranilic diamide class of insecticides.
Diamide decreases deformability of rabbit erythrocytes and attenuates low oxygen tension-induced ATP release.
Chlorantraniliprole and cyantraniliprole are novel anthranilic diamide insecticides that selectively bind to the ryanodine receptors in muscle cells, resulting in the uncontrolled release of calcium stores (Lahm et al.
14) Diamide can function as a thiol-oxidizing reagent and has been a popular candidate to stimulate oxidative stress in several other investigations.
The first indication of the presence of ROS-sensitive modulatory thiols on the matrix-facing side of the PTP was revealed in isolated mitochondria through the use of chemical thiol-oxidants, such as diamide, arsenite anion (AsO), copper-o-phenanthroline, phenylarsine oxide (PhAsO), and [beta]-hydroxybutyrate, or thiol-modifiers, such as N-ethylmaleimide (NEM) or monobromobimane (MBM) [111-114].
Chlorantraniliprole (DPX-E2Y45, Rynaxypyr(r)) (Coragen(r) 20SC and Altacor(r) 35WG) - a novel DuPont anthranilic diamide insecticide - demonstrating low toxicity and low risk for beneficial insects and predatory mites.
Distribution of respondents according to pesticides used (N=31) Brand Active Type of Pesticide Name Ingredient Agri-Mek[R] Avermectin Botanical Fenos[R] Flubendiamide Anthranilic diamide Kocide[R] Copper Inorganic hydroxide fungicide [R] Magnum Cypermethrin Pyrethroid Malathion[R] Malathion Organophosphate Matador[R] Methamidophos Organophosphate Pennant[R] Phenthoate Organophosphate Padan[R] Cartap Carbamate hydroxide Sabedong[R] Cypermethrin Pyrethroid Selecron[R] Profenofos Organophosphate Siga[R] Chlorpyrifos Organophosphate Sumicidin[R] Fenvalerate Pyrethroid Tamaron[R] Methamidophos Organophosphate Torogi[R] Mancozeb Carbamate Brand Toxicity Class Freq.
Klimenkovs, I, Zhukovska, I, Uzulina, I, Zicmanis, A, Guyot, A, "Maleic Diamide Polymerizable Surfactants.
It is comprised of a structuring agent consisting of a low molecular mass N-acyl glutamic acid diamide having a straight-chain alkyl group comprising dibutyl lauroyl glutamide, a low molecular mass N-acyl glutamic acid diamide having a branched-chain alkyl group comprising dibutyl ethylhexanoyl glutamide, and at least one polyorganosiloxane polymer comprising a nylon-611/dimethicone copolymer.
As you might guess, not everyone agrees with DuPont's claims that the new diamide insecticides are perfectly safe.