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(PDF) Comparison of proteolytic enzyme activities in ...- insecticide resistance housefly vs ,A low level of resistance to permethrin precludes the possibility of reduced target site sensitivity type of mechanism which occurs in most of the housefly strains resistant to pyrethroids (Nicholson and Sawicki, 1982;Saito et al., 1992;Osborne et al., 1995).Resistance Housefly (Musca L.) to InsecticidesHousefly populations are sometimes also exposedto insecticides used in agriculture. The insecticides widelyusedin agricultural sprayingpro-grammes in lower Egypt have been DDT, lindane and toxaphene until 1961, and since then carbaryl andtrichlorfon. There is world-wide concern over the problem of the insecticide-resistance that is boundto ...



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

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. An analysis of dieldrin resistance was made, and it was found that a single selection with ...

Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly

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. Residue Reviews / …

Insecticide resistance in house flies from the United ...

N2 - Although insecticide resistance is a widespread problem for most insect pests, frequently the assessment of resistance occurs over a limited geographic range. Herein, we report the first widespread survey of insecticide resistance in the USA ever undertaken for the house fly, Musca domestica, a major pest in animal production facilities.

Status and preliminary mechanism of resistance to ...

In China, housefly resistance to insecticides has also been demonstrated in the field (Huang et al., 2015), and is monitored annually by the department for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Wild populations often display multi-resistance, but the mechanisms remain poorly understood. Golmud city is located in the west of Qinghai province, China.

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 ...

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 ...

Transcriptome Analysis of an Insecticide Resistant ...

Mar 28, 2016·BACKGROUND: Insecticide resistance in the housefly, Musca domestica, has been investigated for more than 60 years. It will enter a new era after the recent publication of the housefly genome and the development of multiple next generation sequencing technologies. The genetic background of the xenobiotic response can now be investigated in ...

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.

Survey of Resistance by House Fly, Musca domestica (L ...

Insecticide resistance of the adult house fly in Hokkaido. Japan J. Sanitary Zool. 22(3): 161-165. Keiding, J. 1965. Development of resistance in field populations of houseflies exposed to residual treatments with organophosphorus compounds. Staat te Gent. 30:1362-1381. VOLUME 56, NUMBER 2 163 Lindquist, A. W., W. W. Yates, and R. A. Hoffman ...

Insecticide resistance in house flies from caged-layer ...

resistance to virtually every insecticide used against them7,8 and insecticide resistance in house flies is a global problem.8–11 Recently in New York state there have been reports of control failures with cyfluthrin, the most recently registered insecticide for fly control. A 1987 survey of house fly resistance on New York

Mechanisms and genes involved in insecticide resistance in ...

Insecticide resistance is an immense practical problem challenging the control of agriculturally, economically, and medically important insect pests. The long-term goal of this project is to determine the roles of the genes that are expressed in house flies, mosquitoes, and German cockroaches in response to insecticides.

Role of housefly (Musca domestica, Diptera; Muscidae) as

Keywords: Musca domestica, cosmopolitan, insecticide resistance, IPM 1. Introduction Housefly (Musca domestica) exists as a major pest of humans, poultry and livestock facilities ... exotoxin [5] [1]but resistance in house flies against exotoxin was developed quickly in those that already showed resistance to chemical insecticides [51 ...

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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 ...

Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house ...

Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house-flies, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae). IV. The population biology of flies on animal farms in south-eastern England and its implications for the management of resistance - Volume 75 Issue 1 - I. Denholm, R. M. Sawicki, A. W. Farnham

Comparative performances, under laboratory conditions, …

Comparative performances, under laboratory conditions, of seven pyrethroid insecticides used for impregnation of mosquito nets* Jean-MarcHougard,1 Ste´phaneDuchon,2 Fre´de´ricDarriet,2 MortezaZaim,3 ChristopheRogier,4 &PierreGuillet3 Objective To compare the efficacy of seven pyrethroid insecticides for impregnation of mosquito nets, six currently recommended by

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

Apr 02, 2009·The status of resistance to cyromazine, 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate (DDVP), and permethrin relative to field populations of the house fly, Musca domestica L. from Argentinean poultry farms was studied. All the three studied populations (SV, Q, and C) showed resistant ratios (RRs) to cyromazine of 3.9, 10.98, and 62.5, respectively. We observed high levels of resistance toward the ...

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 ...

Inheritance of Insecticide Resistance in the Housefly.

Inheritance of Insecticide Resistance in the Housefly. Author(s) : Busvine, J. R. Journal article : Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1957 Vol.16 No.1 pp.205-6 ref.11 Abstract : A short review of experimental investigations of the subject ...

Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance in the housefly

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. Residue Reviews / …

Housefly - Insecticide Resistance Action Committee | IRAC

Housefly Musca domestica. The housefly, Musca domestica, is a serious threat to human and animal health.Houseflies are vectors of more than 100 human and animal intestinal diseases. They are capable of transmitting parasites that cause diseases such as typhoid fever, cholera, bacillary dysentery, infantile diarrhea, tuberculosis, plague, leprosy, yaws, samonellosis, trachoma, and anthrax.

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 ...

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.

Role of housefly (Musca domestica, Diptera; Muscidae) as

Keywords: Musca domestica, cosmopolitan, insecticide resistance, IPM 1. Introduction Housefly (Musca domestica) exists as a major pest of humans, poultry and livestock facilities ... exotoxin [5] [1]but resistance in house flies against exotoxin was developed quickly in those that already showed resistance to chemical insecticides [51 ...

Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house ...

Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house-flies, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae). IV. The population biology of flies on animal farms in south-eastern England and its implications for the management of resistance - Volume 75 Issue 1 - I. Denholm, R. M. Sawicki, A. W. Farnham