Insecticide resistance and dominance levels.

@article{Bourguet2000InsecticideRA,
  title={Insecticide resistance and dominance levels.},
  author={Denis Bourguet and Anne G{\'e}nissel and M{\'e}lanie J. Raymond},
  journal={Journal of economic entomology},
  year={2000},
  volume={93 6},
  pages={1588-95}
}
Dominance has been assessed in different ways in insecticide resistance studies, based on three phenotypic traits: the insecticide concentration required to give a particular mortality (DLC), mortality at a particular insecticide dose (DML), and fitness in treated areas (DWT). We propose a general formula for estimating dominance on a scale of 0 to 1 (0 = complete recessivity and 1 = complete dominance). DLC, DML, and DWT are not directly related and their values depend on genetic background… CONTINUE READING
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