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Biochemical Sites of Insecticide Action and Resistance

by Isaac Ishaaya

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biochemistry,
  • Insecticide & herbicide technology,
  • Insecticides & pesticides,
  • Insects (entomology),
  • Pesticides,
  • Plant Biochemistry,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Agriculture - General,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Insect biochemistry,
  • Insektenbiochemie,
  • Insektizide,
  • Pestizide,
  • Pflanzenschutz,
  • Plant protection,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Insecticide resistance,
  • Insecticides,
  • Mechanism of action

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12810046M
    ISBN 103540676252
    ISBN 109783540676256

    Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. Merged citations. GABA and glutamate receptors as biochemical sites for insecticide action. JR Bloomquist. Biochemical sites of insecticide action and resistance, , ?user=D8rJvGoAAAAJ&hl=en. 1 Insecticide Resistance Action Committee Insecticide Resistance Training Basic Module: Crop Protection This module is designed to introduce the basic concepts behind the development and management of insecticide resistance in agricultural and horticultural ://?ext=pdf.

    Resistance to abamectin and reversion to susceptibility to fenbutatin oxide in spider mite (Acari: Tetranychidae) populations in the Pacific Northwest. J. Econ. Entomol. [ Links ] Bloomquist, J.R. GABA and glutamate receptors as biochemical sites for insecticide action, p. ?script=sci_arttext&pid=SX   The well-established carboxylesterase-based resistance to insecticides in Myzus persicae Sulzer has recently been accentuated by the appearance of aphids with a modified acetylcholinesterase (MACE) insensitive to pirimicarb and the novel aphicide, triazamate. This target site resistance mechanism was found in M. persicae from crops in the UK for the first time in , together with

      Insecticide Mode of Action presents significant research on the biological activity of insecticides. The book is organized into three sections encompassing 13 chapters that summarize three major groups of insecticides, including neurotoxic, formamidine, and developmental :// The author outlines the nature of investigations that have been carried put on the mechanisms responsible for the development of resistance to insecticides in some species of insects, noting progressive improvements in research methods, reviews the information obtained on physical defence mechanisms and enzymatic detoxication mechanisms, together with evidence suggesting a possible


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The authors of this book report up-to-date methodologies relating to isolation, identification and use of various enzymes and receptor systems that serve as targets for insecticide action or as sites for resistance development.

Thus, this book serves as an indispensable tool for scientists in academia and industry research, investigating or The authors of this book report up-to-date methodologies relating to isolation, identification and use of various enzymes and receptor systems that serve as targets for insecticide action or as sites for resistance  › Life Sciences › Biochemistry & Biophysics.

The authors of the chapters are world leaders in pesti cide chemistry, biochemical modes of action and mechanisms of resistance. Biochemical sites such as chitin formation, juvenile hormone and ecdysone receptors, acetylcholine and GABA receptors, ion channels, and neuropeptides are potential targets for insecticide :// About this book.

Overview on the research progress over the past years in insecticide biochemistry. Contents. Biochemical Processes Related to Insecticide Action.- GABA and Glutamate Receptors as Biochemical Sites for Insecticide Action.- Insecticides Affecting Voltage Gated Ion Channels.- Biochemical Processes Related to Insecticide Action: Biochemical Sites of Insecticide Action and Resistance book Overview / I.

Ishaaya --GABA and Glutamate Receptors as Biochemical Sites for Insecticide Action / J. Bloomquist --Insecticides Affecting Voltage-Gated Ion Channels / E. Zlotkin --Acetylcholine Receptors as Sites for Developing Neonicotinoid Insecticides / R.

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The authors of the chapters are world leaders in pesti­ cide chemistry, biochemical modes of action and mechanisms of resistance. Biochemical sites such as chitin formation, juvenile hormone and ecdysone receptors, acetylcholine and GABA receptors, ion channels, and neuropeptides are potential targets for insecticide :// 2 days ago  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology publishes original scientific articles pertaining to the mode of action of plant protection agents such as insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, and similar compounds, including nonlethal pest control agents, biosynthesis of pheromones, hormones, and plant resistance agents.

Manuscripts may include a from book Biochemical Sites of Insecticide Action and Resistance (pp) Impact of Insecticide Resistance Mechanisms on Management Strategies Chapter January with Reads Insecticide Resistance.

Insecticide resistance is a worldwide problem in green peach aphid (Devonshire et al., ; Dewar et al., ), and resistance has developed to all major insecticide classes except neonicotinoids and pymetrozine (Nauen and Elbert, ).

/insecticide-resistance. Download Citation | GABA and Glutamate Receptors as Biochemical Sites for Insecticide Action | The γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptor/chloride ionophore complex has been the focus of intense Smagghe G., Tirry L.

() Insect Midgut as a Site for Insecticide Detoxification and Resistance. In: Ishaaya I. (eds) Biochemical Sites of Insecticide Action and Resistance.

Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg Smagghe, Guy, and Luc Tirry. “Insect Midgut as a Site for Insecticide Detoxification and Resistance.” In Biochemical Sites of Insecticide Action and Resistance, ed.

Isaac Ishaaya, –Berlin, Germany: :// Book Description. Despite their potentially adverse effects on nontarget species and the environment, insecticides remain a necessity in crop protection as well as in the reduction of insect-borne Toxicology and Biochemistry of Insecticides provides essential insecticide knowledge required for the effective management of insect pests.

emergence of insecticide resistance in a vector population is an evolutionary phenomenon due to either behavioural avoidance (e.g. exophily instead of endophily) or physiological factors whereby the Management of resistance strategies before resistance is found Framework for action in key areas: Insecticide Mode of Action presents significant research on the biological activity of insecticides.

The book is organized into three sections encompassing 13 chapters that summarize three major groups of insecticides, including neurotoxic, formamidine, and developmental ://   A review of control methods and resistance mechanisms in stored-product insects - Volume Issue 2 - S.

Boyer, H. Zhang, G. Lempérière Several arthropod species are important vectors of pathogens that cause disease in humans, animals, and plants, including protozoa, nematodes, bacteria, and viruses. Arthropods are also pests competing with humans for food and parasitize farm animals, decreasing their productivity.

Historically, arthropod pests and disease vectors affecting public health, crop yields, and livestock production. The Toxicology and Biochemistry of Insecticides provides essential insecticide knowledge required for the effective management of insect pests.

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By Dhiraj Saha. The biochemical sites for insecticide action differ for different insecticides and are a potential field of research for developing insecticides, which can act specifically or more efficiently on insect biochemical sites compared to mammals.

editor of the book /biochemical-insecticide-resistance-in-tea-pests.Evolution of amplified esterase genes as a mode of insecticide resistance in aphids. in: Ishaaya, I. (ed.) Biochemical sites of insecticide action and resistance Springer, Berlin.

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