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Table 6 Insect growth regulatory activity of nanoformulations against Spodoptera litura by topical application method

From: Assessment of the pesticidal behaviour of diacyl hydrazine-based ready-to-use nanoformulations

Test formulationsHeterogeneityRegression equationb ± SER2GI90 (mg L−1)Fiducial limit (95% confidence) (mg L−1)
dfχ2MinMax
NF130.9990.556x + 6.8740.556 ± 0.3660.9620.0800.0170.451
130.9970.652x + 6.6640.652 ± 0.2900.8590.3020.0811.121
NF2310.585x + 7.0630.585 ± 0.3620.9760.0460.0090.238
NF3310.629x + 7.3080.629 ± 0.3570.9160.0250.0050.124
NF430.9990.749x + 7.5070.749 ± 0.2970.9620.0240.0060.090
NF530.9990.646x + 7.3140.647 ± 0.3470.9130.0240.0050.116
NF6310.532x +7.1580.533 ± 0.4260.9350.0230.0030.158
NF7310.691x + 7.5430.691 ± 0.3390.9650.0150.0030.070
7310.493x + 6.5740.493 ± 0.3930.9690.2620.0441.545
NF8310.528x + 7.1790.529 ± 0.4340.9060.0210.0030.150
Methoxyfenozide310.524x + 6.9090.524 ± 0.3990.9560.0650.0110.393
  1. NF nanoformulations, 1: non-nanoparent compound 1, 7: non-nanoparent compound 7 (for further details, please see Pandey et al. [29])
  2. χ2: goodness of fit, b: slope, SE: standard error, R2: regression coefficient. Italics show nanoformulations having highest potential as a nanopesticide