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|Title:||Travel - Ho Dang: International Conference on Resistance in pest and disease control 2001, Rothamstead, UK.|
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins
|Abstract:||H. armigera and H. punctigera are important pests of cotton in Australia. Transgenic cotton (containing Cry1Ac) has been commercially grown in Australia for 5 years, The susceptibility of both species to Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxins in Australia field populations has been monitored since 1993. This paper reports results of Bt resistance monitoring for the 2000/2001 cotton season as compared with results from previous seasons. Our studies indicate the development of resistance in H. armigera and possible esterase mediated mechanism of resistance in H. armigera.|
|Appears in Collections:||2002 Final Reports|
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