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Global pesticide resistance in arthropods by M E Whalon, David Mota-Sanchez, R M Hollingworth

By M E Whalon, David Mota-Sanchez, R M Hollingworth

Pesticide resistance has had a considerable effect on crop creation and has been an enormous motive force of swap in glossy agriculture, animal creation and human overall healthiness. Focusing in particular on arthropods, this publication offers a complete evaluate of proper matters in pesticide resistance. specified listings and references to all documented studies of resistance from all over the world are included.

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Active ingredient and mode of action. 3. Origin of the resistant population (if the population was resistant when collected in the field, if the population was created solely by selection and/or genetic manipulation in the laboratory, or if the population was selected further in the laboratory after collection). 4. If known, the mechanism of resistance (insensitive target site, metabolism, decreased penetration, behavioural, unknown or other). 5. The location (country, state or province, county, prefecture or nearest city, site, description of the area, postal or telephone area code, or GPS coordinates).

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