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Insecticide resistance and its management in Bemisia tabaci species
Year:
2020
Source of publication :
Journal of Pest Science
Authors :
גנאים, מוראד
;
.
הורוביץ, רמי
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.
ישעיה, יצחק
;
.
Volume :
93
Co-Authors:

Roditakis, E., Institute of Olive Tree, Subtropical Crops and Viticulture, Hellenic Agricultural Organization – Demeter, Heraklion, 71307, Greece;
Nauen, R., Crop Science Division R &D - Pest Control, Bayer AG, Monheim, 40789, Germany;

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893
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910
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Total pages:
18
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Abstract:

The sweet potato (cotton) whitefly Bemisia tabaci is a major agricultural pest in various fields and vegetable crops worldwide. It causes extensive damage by direct feeding on plants, reducing quality, secreting honeydew and transmitting plant viruses. B. tabaci is known for its genetic diversity and considered a complex of biotypes or, as suggested, a complex of distinct cryptic species. Management of whiteflies relies mainly on the use of insecticides; however, its ability to develop resistance to major insecticide classes creates a serious challenge to farmers and pest control specialists. Among the cryptic species of B. tabaci, MED is considered more resistant than the MEAM1 to insecticides such as pyriproxyfen and neonicotinoids; however, in recent years there are other species of B. tabaci including MEAM1, Asia I and Asia II-1 that have developed high resistance to various groups of insecticides. Advanced methods based on molecular and gene sequence data obtained from resistant and susceptible field-collected B. tabaci populations resulted in a better understanding of resistance mechanisms in this pest. Several components of IPM-IRM (Integrated Pest Management-Insecticide Resistance Management) programs such as selective and biorational insecticides, insecticide rotation with different modes of action and nonchemical control methods are among the countermeasures of insecticide resistance management for this pest. In the current review, we concentrate on insecticide resistance and resistance management of B. tabaci, focusing on reports published mainly over the past 10 years. © 2020, Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature.

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Related Files :
Bemisia tabaci biotype/species
insecticide resistance
IPM·IRM strategies
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DOI :
10.1007/s10340-020-01210-0
Article number:
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Database:
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Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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Last updated date:
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Creation date:
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Insecticide resistance and its management in Bemisia tabaci species
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Roditakis, E., Institute of Olive Tree, Subtropical Crops and Viticulture, Hellenic Agricultural Organization – Demeter, Heraklion, 71307, Greece;
Nauen, R., Crop Science Division R &D - Pest Control, Bayer AG, Monheim, 40789, Germany;

Insecticide resistance and its management in Bemisia tabaci species

The sweet potato (cotton) whitefly Bemisia tabaci is a major agricultural pest in various fields and vegetable crops worldwide. It causes extensive damage by direct feeding on plants, reducing quality, secreting honeydew and transmitting plant viruses. B. tabaci is known for its genetic diversity and considered a complex of biotypes or, as suggested, a complex of distinct cryptic species. Management of whiteflies relies mainly on the use of insecticides; however, its ability to develop resistance to major insecticide classes creates a serious challenge to farmers and pest control specialists. Among the cryptic species of B. tabaci, MED is considered more resistant than the MEAM1 to insecticides such as pyriproxyfen and neonicotinoids; however, in recent years there are other species of B. tabaci including MEAM1, Asia I and Asia II-1 that have developed high resistance to various groups of insecticides. Advanced methods based on molecular and gene sequence data obtained from resistant and susceptible field-collected B. tabaci populations resulted in a better understanding of resistance mechanisms in this pest. Several components of IPM-IRM (Integrated Pest Management-Insecticide Resistance Management) programs such as selective and biorational insecticides, insecticide rotation with different modes of action and nonchemical control methods are among the countermeasures of insecticide resistance management for this pest. In the current review, we concentrate on insecticide resistance and resistance management of B. tabaci, focusing on reports published mainly over the past 10 years. © 2020, Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature.

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