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Insecticide Resistance - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics- housefly insecticide resistance ,Insecticide resistance is a serious worldwide problem, with at least 489 different insect species having become resistant to about 400 different compounds (Whalon et al. 2011). It is a typical example of directional selection: the chemical kills off susceptible genotypes, increasing both the frequency of resistant genes in the population and ...Insecticide resistance in Musca domestica L. from Eastern ...Paul A. Chapman, Jane Learmount, Alan W. Morris, Paul B. McGreevy, The current status of insecticide resistance in Musca domestica in England and Wales and the implications for housefly control in intensive animal units, Pesticide Science, 10.1002/ps.2780390309, 39, 3, (225-235), (2006).



(PDF) Behavioral resistance of house flies, Musca ...

In the house fly, insecticide resistance can occur through selection for well-characterized physiological resistance mechanisms including upregulation of detoxifying enzymes (e.g., P450's or GST's ...

Insecticide resistance of house fly, Musca domestica (L ...

This is the first evidence that house flies from Argentina showed a multi-resistance pattern. The implementation of an insecticide monitoring program on poultry farms of Argentina is needed to prevent field control failures. Furthermore, integrated control strategies are needed to delay detrimental development of insecticide resistance. PMID ...

Indoxacarb resistance in the house fly, Musca domestica ...

Oct 01, 2004·Indoxacarb (DPX-MP062) is a recently introduced oxadiazine insecticide with activity against a wide range of pests, including house flies. It is metabolically decarbomethoxylated to DCJW. Selection of field collected house flies with indoxacarb produced a New York indoxacarb-resistant (NYINDR) strain with >118-fold resistance after three ...

Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly

Cite this paper as: Tsukamoto M. (1969) Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly. In: Gunther F.A. (eds) Residues of Pesticides and Other Foreign Chemicals in Foods and Feeds / Rückstände von Pesticiden und anderen Fremdstoffen in Nahrungs- und Futtermitteln.

Insecticide resistance monitoring of house fly populations ...

Insecticide resistance in house fly populations is a major problem faced by livestock producers worldwide. A survey of insecticide resistance levels and pyrethroid resistance allele frequencies in the United States was conducted in 2008-09, but little is known about how resistance levels have changed over the last 10 years.

house fly - Musca domestica Linnaeus

Kaufman PE, Scott JG, Rutz DA. 2001. Monitoring insecticide resistance in house flies from New York dairies. Pest Management Science 57: 514-521. Kaufman PE, Rutz DA. 2002. Susceptibility of house flies (Diptera: Muscidae) exposed to five commercial insecticides on painted plywood. Pest Management Science 58: 174-178.

Study of the Genetics Dieldrin-Resistance Housefly (Musca L.)*

ponsible for resistance. Thus, Lovell & Kearns (1956) found a correlation between the pattern of inheritance ofDDT-dehydrochlorinase activity and of resistance to DDT in the housefly. Similarly, I Grayson, J. M. (1958) Polyfactorial and cytoplasmic inheritance of insecticide resistance in cockroaches. In Seminar on the Susceptibility of Insects ...

Insecticide resistance in house flies from the United ...

Nov 01, 2013·1. Introduction. The house fly, Musca domestica, is a common pest that is necessary to control due to its role as a disease vector in humans, livestock, and poultry.House flies have been identified as mechanical vectors of pathogens that cause a large number of diseases such as salmonellosis, polio, coxsackie, hepatitis, bacillary dysentery, cholera, typhoid, paratyphoid and …

(PDF) Insecticide resistance of house fly, Musca domestica ...

Parasitol Res (2009) 105:489–493 DOI 10.1007/s00436-009-1425-x ORIGINAL PAPER Insecticide resistance of house fly, Musca domestica (L.) from Argentina Gonzalo Roca Acevedo & Miguel Zapater & Ariel Ceferino Toloza Received: 16 March 2009 / Accepted: 18 March 2009 / Published online: 2 April 2009 # Springer-Verlag 2009 Abstract The status of resistance to cyromazine, 2,2- are mechanical ...

Resistance of the housefly (Musca domestica L.) to ...

Abstract. Housefly resistance to DDT and lindane in Egypt was first reported 17 years ago, yet these insecticides continue to be used. The present degree of housefly resistance to DDT and lindane was found to be high, and cross-resistance to dieldrin was discovered.

Inheritance of beta-cypermethrin resistance in the ...

BACKGROUND: Beta-cypermethrin, a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide, was applied frequently in the control of health pests including houseflies, Musca domestica L., in China. However, different levels of resistance to beta-cypermethrin were monitored in field strains of houseflies.

Control of insecticide resistance in a field population of ...

Susceptible houseflies,Musca domestica, were released at a waste disposal site to control insecticide resistance in a field housefly population. In the first experiment, a total of 163,000 pupae of the susceptible Takatsuki strain were released in October–November 1977. LD50 values to fenitrothion and diazinon decreased to about one-sixth in April 1978, five months after the releases, of ...

(PDF) Insecticide resistance of house fly, Musca domestica ...

House flies have developed resistance against a large number of insecticide groups and there are many reports on insecticide resistance of M. domestica from different regions of the world (Acevedo ...

Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly

Cite this paper as: Tsukamoto M. (1969) Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly. In: Gunther F.A. (eds) Residues of Pesticides and Other Foreign Chemicals in Foods and Feeds / Rückstände von Pesticiden und anderen Fremdstoffen in Nahrungs- und Futtermitteln.

Chapter 15: Resistant to Most Insecticides | The ...

Species that have developed resistance to most insecticides used against them include the cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis, in Egypt; the cattle tick, Boophilus microplus, in Australia; the housefly Musca domestica; and many species of Anopheles mosquitoes worldwide …

Resistance of the housefly (Musca domestica L.) to ...

Abstract. Housefly resistance to DDT and lindane in Egypt was first reported 17 years ago, yet these insecticides continue to be used. The present degree of housefly resistance to DDT and lindane was found to be high, and cross-resistance to dieldrin was discovered.

Study of the Genetics Dieldrin-Resistance Housefly (Musca L.)*

ponsible for resistance. Thus, Lovell & Kearns (1956) found a correlation between the pattern of inheritance ofDDT-dehydrochlorinase activity and of resistance to DDT in the housefly. Similarly, I Grayson, J. M. (1958) Polyfactorial and cytoplasmic inheritance of insecticide resistance in cockroaches. In Seminar on the Susceptibility of Insects ...

Housefly - Insecticide Resistance Action Committee | IRAC

Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology: Frequencies of the pyrethroid resistance alleles of Vssc1 and CYP6D1 in house flies from the eastern United States Vol.15 (2), pp. 157-167. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2583.2006.00620.x: 2006: Rinkevich FD, Zhang L, Hamm RL, Brady SG, Lazzaro BP, Scott JG: Insect Molecular Biology

Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly

Cite this paper as: Tsukamoto M. (1969) Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly. In: Gunther F.A. (eds) Residues of Pesticides and Other Foreign Chemicals in Foods and Feeds / Rückstände von Pesticiden und anderen Fremdstoffen in Nahrungs- und Futtermitteln.

Insecticide resistance of house fly, Musca domestica (L ...

This is the first evidence that house flies from Argentina showed a multi-resistance pattern. The implementation of an insecticide monitoring program on poultry farms of Argentina is needed to prevent field control failures. Furthermore, integrated control strategies are needed to delay detrimental development of insecticide resistance. PMID ...

house fly - Musca domestica Linnaeus

Kaufman PE, Scott JG, Rutz DA. 2001. Monitoring insecticide resistance in house flies from New York dairies. Pest Management Science 57: 514-521. Kaufman PE, Rutz DA. 2002. Susceptibility of house flies (Diptera: Muscidae) exposed to five commercial insecticides on painted plywood. Pest Management Science 58: 174-178.

BIOCHEMISTRY AND GENETICS OF INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE ...

Progress 10/01/97 to 09/30/03 Outputs Spinosad is a new and highly promising insecticide with efficacy against a wide range of insects, including house flies. Selection of the field collected house flies produced a highly spinosad resistant (greater than 150-fold) strain of house fly …

[PDF] Monitoring insecticide resistance in house flies ...

House flies were collected from dairies across New York state and the levels of resistance to seven insecticides were measured using standard laboratory assays with three to five diagnostic concentrations. The highest levels of resistance were found for tetrachlorvinphos, permethrin and cyfluthrin. Although levels of resistance to methomyl were somewhat lower, they were among the …

MULTIPLE RESISTANCE SHOWN BY FIELD STRAINS OF HOUSE FLY ...

Three house fly, Musca domestica L., strains, two from farms near Guelph, Ontario and one from a farm near Edmonton, Alberta were cultured and tested for their resistance to insecticides as compared with a susceptible laboratory strain. The two Guelph strains were resistant to the 7 organochlorine (OC) and 11 organophosphorus (OP) insecticides tested and to nearly all of the carbamate ...