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Mechanisms influencing the evolution of resistance to Qo inhibitor fungicides.
Fungicides inhibiting the mitochondrial respiration of plant pathogens by binding to the cytochrome bc1 enzyme complex (complex III) at the Qo site (Qo inhibitors, QoIs) were first introduced to theExpand
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A behavioural analysis of phase change in the desert locust
A programme of research into phase change in the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria, is described. The ability to change phase between solitarious and gregarious forms in response to populationExpand
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Resistance to insecticides in heliothine Lepidoptera: a global view
The status of resistance to organophosphate, carbamate, cyclodiene and pyrethroid insecticides in the heliothine Lepidoptera is reviewed. In particular, resistance in the tobacco budworm, Heliothis...
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Evidence for p‐glycoprotein modification of insecticide toxicity in mosquitoes of the Culex pipiens complex
Abstract Pesticide resistance has parallels with multi‐drug resistance syndrome of tumours in clinical medicine, which has been linked to an ATP‐dependent pump, p‐glycoprotein (P‐gp). P‐gps pumpExpand
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Resistance to synthetic pyrethroids in the bollworm, Heliothis armigera from Andhra Pradesh, India
Helio this armigera collected in October 1987 from Juzzuru in the coastal cotton growing district of Krishna in Andhra Pradesh (Eastern India) were highly resistant to cypermethrin and fenvalerateExpand
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Novel mutations in the para‐homologous sodium channel gene associated with phenotypic expression of nerve insensitivity resistance to pyrethroids in Heliothine lepidoptera
Coding sequences from the intracellular segment linking repeat domains III and IV of the para‐homologous sodium channel gene were amplified and cloned from two species of Heliothine larvae usingExpand
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Bionomics of the Variegated Grasshopper (Zonocerus Variegatus) in West and Central Africa
The variegated grasshopper, Zonocerus variegatus, is widespread in western and central Africa. It is primarily associated with the forest regions, but extends into the savannah, where it isExpand
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Parental effects on the behaviour and colouration of nymphs of the desert locust Schistocerca gregaria
Abstract The behavioural phase status of hatchling Schistocerca gregaria Forskal has been quantified using logistic regression, following treatments in which maternal and paternal phase, densityExpand
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Chromatography and Isolation of Insect Hormones and Pheromones
Juvenile Hormones.- Endogenous Juvenile Hormone III Titres and In Vitro Rates of Hormone Biosynthesis by Corpora Allata During the Reproductive Cycle of Adult Female Periplaneta americana.- Use ofExpand
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Effects of population density experienced by parents during mating and oviposition on the phase of hatchling desert locusts, Schistocerca gregaria
The behavioural phase state of first-instar desert locusts, Schistocerca gregaria Forskål, was quantified by using logistic regression analysis, following treatments in which the population densityExpand
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