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Hi there, thanks for your additions to oxidative phosphorylation. If you wanted to join the Molecular and Cellular Biology Wikiproject we would be very happy to have you as a colleague. All the best Tim Vickers 02:54, 29 October 2007 (UTC)
Welcome to the MCB project, if you have any general questions the project talk pages are great places to get feedback, please feel free to drop me a note on my talk page if you need help with anything. All the best -- Tim Vickers (talk) 17:04, 16 November 2007 (UTC)
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Tebufenozide is an ecdysone agonist which can be used as an insecticide acting as a growth regulator. Treatment of lepidopteran larvae with tebufenozide induces rather quickly the initiation of the molting process, starting with slippage of the head capsule. As a result, the larva can no longer feed, and damage to the host plant will cease. This chemical was discovered at the Rohm and Haas Company, subsequently acquired by Dow Chemical.
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