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tetranychus cinnabarinus

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Order Family Common Name(s) Group Host
acari tetranychidae carmine spider mite AG

Shown Resistance to Active Ingredient(s)

  1. abamectin (#3)
  2. amitraz
  3. chinomethionate
  4. chlorobenzilate
  5. cyflumetofen (#3)
  6. demeton (#2)
  7. demeton-S-methyl
  8. dicofol (#2)
  9. dimethoate
  10. fenpropathrin (#5)
  11. malathion (#2)
  12. Organophosphates - Unspecified In Literature (#4)
  13. oxydeprofos
  14. parathion (#2)
  15. phenkapton
  16. phosphamidon
  17. propargite
  18. pyridaben
  19. thiometon

Citation(s) of Resistance

# Citation
1 Dagli, F., and I. Tunc. (2001). Dicofol resistance in ""Tetranychus cinnabarinus"", resistance and stability of resistance in populations from Antalya, Turkey. Pest Manag Sci, 57 609-614.
2 Anon. (1964). U.S.. Dept. Agric. In: Brown 1971.
3 Kiritani, K. (1974). Communication to FAO.
4 Ozaki, K. (1974). Communication to FAO.
5 Tang, Z. H., Gong, K. Y. and You, Z. P. (1988). Present status and countermeasures of insecticide resistance in agricultural pests in China.. Pestic. Sci., 23 189-198.
6 Duncombe, W. G. (1972). Red spider mite on cotton and its control.. Rhodesia Agricultural Journal, 69 7-10.
7 Gerhardt, P. D. and Wene, G. P. (1959). Resistance of the mite Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Bois.)to organic phosphate acaricides.. J. Econ. Entomol., 52 760-61.
8 Giliomee, J. H. and Pringle, K. L. (1985). The sensitivity of six colonies of the red spider mite Tetranychus cinabarinus (Boisd.) to amitraz.. J. Ent. Soc. South Africa, 48 325-30.
9 Klinkowski 1965. (1965).
10 Matsumura 1965. (1965).
11 Plaut 1968. (1968).
12 Tahori, A. S. and Raccah, B. (1970). Resistance to acaricides in the carmine spider mite in Israel.. J. Econ. Entomol., 63 545-58.
13 Sepascosarian, H. (1972). Pflanzenspinnmilben und ihre wirtchaftliche Bedeutung im Iran.. Anz. Schadlingsk. D. Pflanzenschutz., 45 105-107.
14 Lin, H., Chuan-hua, X., Jin-jun, W., Ming, L., Wen-cai, L., and Zhi-mo, Z. (2009). Resistance selection and biochemical mechanism of resistance to two Acaricides in Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Boiduval). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 93 47-52.
15 He, L., Gao, X., Wang, J., Zhao, Z., Liu, N. (2009). Genetic analysis of abamectin resistance in Tetranychus cinnabarinus. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 95 147-151.
16 Wang, y., Zhao, S., Shi, L., Xu, Z., He, L. (2014). Resistance selection and biochemical mechanism of resistance against cyflumetofen in Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Biosduval). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 111 24-30.
17 Luo, Y-J., Yang, Z-G., Xie, D-Y., Ding, W., Da, A-S., Ni, J., Chai, J-P., Huang, P., Jiang, X-J., and Li, S-X. (2014). Molecular cloning and expression of glutathione S-transferases involved in propargite resistance of the carmine spider mite, Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Boisduval). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology.
18 Shi, L., Xu, Z., Shen, G., Song, C., Wang, Y., Peng, J., Zhang, J., and He, L. (2015). Expression characteristics of two novel cytochrome P450 genes involved in fenpropathrin resistance in Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Boisduval). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology.
19 Wei, P., Shi, L., Shen, G., Xu, Z., Liu, J., Pan, Y., and He, L. (2016). Characteristics of carboxylesterase genes and their expression-level between acaricide-susceptible and resistant Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Boisduval). Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 131 87-95.
20 Xin-jun, Z., Wen-cai, Lu., Ya-ning, F., and Lin, H. (2010). High y-aminobutyric acid content, a novel component associated with resistance to abamectin in Tetranychus cinnabarinus (Boisduval). Journal of Insect Physiology 56, 2010 1895-1900.
21 Feng, K., Ou, S., Zhang, P., Wen, X., Shi, L., Yang, Y., Hu, H., Zhang, Y., Shen, G., Xu, Z. and He, L. (2019). The cytochrome P450 CYP389C16 contributes to the cross-resistance between cyflumetofen and pyridaben inTetranychus cinnabarinus (Boisduval). Pest Management Science.

Location(s) Where Resistance is Reported

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