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Detection and Monitoring Methods for Resistance in Arthropods Based on Biochemical Characteristics

  • Tadashi Miyata

Abstract

Resistance of insect pests (including mites) to insecticides is one of the most serious problems in pest control. According to Georghiou (1981), the number of insect pests showing resistance to insecticides increased to 414 in 1979. It is difficult to imagine the cessation of the development of resistance, because resistance is acknowledged as one of the evolutionary products of pesticide application. However, it is possible to reduce the rate of development of resistance or to control resistant (R) insect pests if insecticides are utilized ideally.

Keywords

Esterase Activity Insecticide Resistance Green Peach Aphid Nonspecific Esterase Organophosphorus Insecticide 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tadashi Miyata
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  1. 1.Laboratory of Applied Entomology and Nematology, Faculty of AgricultureNagoya UniversityChikusa, Nagoya 464Japan

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