4 edition of Molecular Mechanisms of Insecticide Resistance found in the catalog.
Molecular Mechanisms of Insecticide Resistance
May 5, 1992
by An American Chemical Society Publication
Written in English
|Contributions||Christopher A. Mullin (Editor), Jeffrey G. Scott (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||322|
Although cytochrome Ps have been well known to play crucial roles in insecticide resistance in insects, the mechanisms of Pbased metabolic resistance have not been fully characterized at the molecular level. Thanks to the development of genomics and biochemical techniques, rapid advances in the studies on the mechanisms of Pmediated insecticide resistance have been achieved in . Molecular mechanisms of insecticide resistance in the glasshouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum Submitted by Nikolaos Karatolos To the University of Exeter as a thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Biological Sciences, October This thesis is available for Library use on the understanding that it is copyright.
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First molecular diagnostics for insecticide resistance in sandflies Date: May 5, Source: Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Summary: A new study identifies a potent molecular mechanism for. Bioassays to determine insecticide susceptibility profiles were carried-out in two populations of Madeira Island and the molecular mechanisms underlying the observed insecticide resistance phenotype were investigated.
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Multiple mechanisms appear to account for insecticide resistance in H. virescens, which include avoidance behaviour, metabolic detoxification, enhanced excretion as well as a reduced cuticular penetration that has been suggested to protect from topical absorption (Szeicz et al., ).
Xenobiotic resistance in insects has evolved predominantly by increasing the metabolic capability of detoxificative systems and/or reducing xenobiotic target site sensitivity. In contrast to the limited range of nucleotide changes that lead to target site insensitivity, many molecular mechanisms lea.
The humble fruit fly Drosophila melanogasterhas been a key tool in unlocking the molecular basis of insecticide resistance, and early studies by James Crow and others have helped to establish Drosophilaas a genetic model for resistance by: Metabolic resistance.
Resistant insects may detoxify or destroy the toxin faster than susceptible insects, or quickly rid their bodies of the toxic molecules. Metabolic resistance is the most common mechanism and often presents the greatest challenge.
Insects use their internal enzyme systems to break down insecticides. Abstract. More than arthropod species are now resistant to at least one insecticide or acaricide.
Despite the chemical diversity of insecticides and the biological diversity of insect pests, only a small number of resistance mechanisms, involving either enhanced insecticide detoxication or reduced target site sensitivity, account for most of the cases in which resistance compromises Cited by: Over the past 30 years one alarming trend is the emergence of plant species resistant to agrochemicals (e.g.
insecticides, herbicides, fungicides). Considering the fact that these pesticides are crucial to human health and to food, feed and fiber Molecular Mechanisms of Insecticide Resistance book, impressive research was carried out during the last decade to understand the mechanisms.
This article reviews current knowledge of the molecular mechanisms, genes, gene interactions, and gene regulation governing the development of insecticide resistance in mosquitoes and discusses the potential impact of the latest research findings on the basic and practical aspects of mosquito resistance research.
[PDF Books] Molecular Mechanisms of Resistance to Agrochemicals EPUB ~ PDF Over the past 30 years one alarming trend is the emergence of plant species resistant to agrochemicals (e.g. insecticides, herbicides, fungicides). Considering the fact that these pesticides are crucial to human health and to food, feed and fiber production, impressive research was carried out during the last decade to.
Insecticide resistance, molecular mechanisms, fitness costs, reversion, and management of resistance; "This is a great book detailing everything you might wish to know about the entomological toxicology, biochemistry, and indeed the physiology, sensitivities and resistance to, mode of action, purpose and range, regulation, and environmental.
The esterase-based insecticide resistance mechanisms characterised to date predominantly involve elevation of activity through gene amplification allowing increased levels of insecticide sequestration, or point mutations within the esterase structural genes which change their substrate specificity.
AbstractXenobiotic resistance in insects has evolved predominantly by increasing the metabolic capability of detoxificative systems and/or reducing xenobiotic target site contrast to the limited range of nucleotide changes that lead to target site insensitivity, many molecular mechanisms lead to enhancements in xenobiotic metabolism.
This article reviews current knowledge of the molecular mechanisms, genes, gene interactions, and gene regulation governing the development of insecticide resistance in mosquitoes and discusses.
This book is based on papers presented at the 4th Chemical Congress of North America (nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society) held in New York, USA, on Augustthe objective of which was to present recent advances from around the world on the molecular mechanisms of insecticide resistance.
This is the first time to explore the insecticide resistance molecular mechanism of D. melanogaster by the methods and tools of network biology, it can provide the bioinformatic foundation for further understanding the mechanisms of insecticide resistance.
A thorough understanding of the genetic, biochemical, and physiological mechanisms of pesticide resistance is essential to the development of solutions to the pesticide-resistance problem.
GENETIC BACKGROUND Insects, vertebrates, most higher plants, and fungi of the class Oomycetes are diploid, and some fungi are dikaryotic.
Enhanced insecticide metabolism that lowers the amount of insecticide reaching the target site (known as metabolic resistance) is more complex but recent advances have identified key enzymes responsible for insecticide detoxification, paving the way for the development of molecular markers for this type of resistance mechanism [9, 10].
Other. Enzymatic and molecular characterization of insecticide resistance mechanisms in field populations of Aedes aegypti from Selangor, Malaysia. Leong CS(1), Vythilingam I(2), Liew JW(1), Wong ML(3), Wan-Yusoff WS(1), Lau YL(1).
Author information: (1)Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine, University Malaya, Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia. In book: Insecticides Resistance, Chapter: 12, Publisher: Intech, pp and molecular mechanisms can be selected for avoiding toxic ef‐ fects of insecticides in the insect organism.
"Based on a discussion meeting held at the Royal Society, London in Aprilthis book addresses the issues surrounding the ever increasing ability of insects and other arthropod pests to adapt resistance to chemically-based control strategies, such as direct application of pesticides and augmentation of crop defenses by genetic by: The Nigerian Government is scaling up the distribution of insecticide-treated bed nets for malaria control, but the lack of surveillance data, especially in the Sudan/Sahel region of the country, may hinder targeting priority populations.
Here, the vectorial role and insecticide resistance profile of a population of a major malaria vector Anopheles funestus sensu stricto from Sahel of Nigeria.
More importantly, insecticide susceptible vectors were more likely to be infected with P. falciparum, but this phenomenon could not be ascribed to a single insecticide or resistance mechanism.
Additional considerations for the interpretation of study data include that in the tested population of An. gambiae s.l.ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Developed from a symposium at the Fourth Chemical Congress of North America (nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society), New York, New York, Augustbiochemical and molecular mechanisms of resistance to major classes of insecticides.
Techniques available to monitor resistance and to understand the underlying mechanisms are also discussed. Keywords: mosquito control, insecticide resistance, resistance mechanisms, metabolic resistance, target-site insensitivity, moni-toring insecticide.