Status of insecticide resistance and associated mutations in Q-biotype of whitefly, Bemisia tabaci, from eastern China

@article{Yuan2012StatusOI,
  title={Status of insecticide resistance and associated mutations in Q-biotype of whitefly, Bemisia tabaci, from eastern China},
  author={Linze Yuan and Shaoli Wang and Jiachun Zhou and Yu-Fen Du and Youjun Zhang and Jianjun Wang},
  journal={Crop Protection},
  year={2012},
  volume={31},
  pages={67-71}
}
Abstract Resistance levels in five field strains of Bemisia tabaci Q-biotype in eastern China to six representative insecticides were determined, and the frequencies of synaptic acetylcholinesterase ace1 mutation (F331W) and para-type voltage gated sodium channel mutations (L925I and T929V) were detected using polymerase chain reaction-based monitoring techniques. Compared with the reference strain, the field strains exhibited low to high resistance to two neonicotinoids (RF 8.68–75 for… Expand
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