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Functional characterization and fitness cost of spinosad-resistant alleles in Ceratitis capitata

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Guillem-Amat, A.; Ureña, E.; López-Errasquín, E.; Navarro-Llopis, V.; Batterham, P.; Sánchez, L.; Perry, T.... (2020). Functional characterization and fitness cost of spinosad-resistant alleles in Ceratitis capitata. Journal of Pest Science. 93(3):1043-1058. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10340-020-01205-x

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Title: Functional characterization and fitness cost of spinosad-resistant alleles in Ceratitis capitata
Author: Guillem-Amat, Ana Ureña, Enric López-Errasquín, Elena Navarro-Llopis, Vicente Batterham, Philip Sánchez, Lucas Perry, Trent Hernández-Crespo, Pedro Ortego, Félix
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[EN] The sustainability of control programs for the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, for citrus crops in Spain has been threatened by the development of resistance to malathion and lambda-cyhalothrin in recent ...[+]
Subjects: Medfly , NAChR , GAL4 > UAS , Fitness traits , Behavior
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento (by)
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Journal of Pest Science. (issn: 1612-4758 )
DOI: 10.1007/s10340-020-01205-x
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Springer-Verlag
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10340-020-01205-x
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CICYT/AGL2016-76516-R
MINECO/BES-C-2014-068937
info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MINECO//EEBB-I-16-11336/ES/EEBB-I-16-11336/
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This work received financial support from CICYT (AGL2016-76516-R). The Spanish MINECO granted A. Guillem-Amat a predoc (BES-C-2014-068937) and a mobility (EEBB-I-16-11336) fellowships. We gratefully acknowledge Maria Torne ...[+]
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