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- Martins, S.; Naish, N.; Walker, A. S.; Morrison, N. I.; Scaife, S.; Fu, G.; Dafa'alla, T.; Alphey, L.
- Insect molecular biology 2012 v.21 no.4 pp. 414-421
- regulatory sequences, etc ; proteins; broccoli; insect pests; germ cells; moths; pesticides; cabbage; Plutella xylostella; rapeseed; insect larvae; chemical treatment; cauliflower; leaves; biological control; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... The diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, is one of the most economically important agricultural pests. The larvae of this moth cause damage by feeding on the foliage of cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and rapeseed. Control generally comprises chemical treatment; however, the diamondback moth is renowned for rapid development of resistance to pesticides. Other method ...