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Tetranychus urticae

ABSTRACT: Spirodiclofen resistance in the spider mite Tetranychus urticae

ORGANISM(S): Tetranychus urticae  



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Molecular analysis of resistance to acaricidal spirocyclic tetronic acids in Tetranychus urticae: CYP392E10 metabolizes spirodiclofen, but not its corresponding enol.

Demaeght Peter P   Dermauw Wannes W   Tsakireli Dimitra D   Khajehali Jahangir J   Nauen Ralf R   Tirry Luc L   Vontas John J   Lümmen Peter P   Van Leeuwen Thomas T  

Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 20130321 6

Spirodiclofen is one of the most recently developed acaricides and belongs to the new family of spirocyclic tetronic acids (ketoenols). This new acaricidal family is an important chemical tool in resistance management strategies providing sustainable control of spider mites such as Tetranychus urticae. Spirodiclofen targets lipid biosynthesis mediated by direct inhibition of acetyl coenzyme A carboxylase (ACCase). In this study, we investigated two genetically distant spider mite strains with hi  ...[more]

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