Nitenpyram is an insecticide used in agriculture and veterinary medicine to kill insect external parasites of livestock and pets. It is a neonicotinoid, which means that it is a neurotoxin that blocks the ability for neural messages to transmit through the central nervous system of the flea causing (almost) instant death.
Similar to other new neonicotinoid insecticides, olefinic organism worm amine main role in the insect nervous system. The pest synaptic receptors have nerve block effect, expand the diaphragm after spontaneous discharge head, and finally gives the synaptic membrane decreased, resulting in the axis of the neural synaptic membrane potential channel stimulation disappeared, killing pests paralysis.
Nitenpyram chemical name is (E)-N-(6-chloro-3-pyridylmethyl)-N-ethyl-N'-methyl-2-nitroethylenediamine. Performance characteristics: Nicotinimide is another new product developed in Japan after imidacloprid and acetamiprid. It has excellent systemicity, penetration, broad insecticidal spectrum, and is safe and harmless. It is a modernized product for preventing and controlling pests such as whitefly, aphids, pear psyllids, leafhoppers and thrips. Mechanism of action: Similar to other neonicotinoid insecticides, nitenpyram mainly acts on the nervous system of insects. It has a nerve-blocking effect on the synaptic receptors of pests, expands the diaphragm position after spontaneous discharge, and finally Decreases the stimulation of the synaptic diaphragm, which results in the disappearance of the stimulation of the potential channel of the synaptic diaphragm of the nerve, causing paralysis and death of the pest.