Molecular Genetics and Evolution of Pesticide Resistance, Volume 645
Thomas Miller Brown
American Chemical Society, Jan 1, 1996 - Science - 265 pages
Provides a genetic analysis of pesticide resistance in weeds, insects, and plants. Examines which genes are involved in resistance, the molecular basis of resistance, and how resistance evolves in pest populations. Examines several strategies for managing resistance to new pesticides, including ALS-inhibiting herbicides, transgenic plant/pesticides that carry the gene for Bacillus thuringiensis, and sterol biosynthesis inhibiting fungicides.
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Molecular Genetics of TargetSite Resistance to Acetolactate
Molecular Genetics of Acetylcholinesterase in Insecticide
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