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Molecular genetics of acetylcholinesterase in insecticide-resistant Drosophila melanogaster / D. Fournier, S. Berrada, and V. Bongibault --
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Molecular genetics of resistance in fungi to azole fungicides / Maarten A. De Waard --
Expression of amplified esterase genes in insecticide-resistant Myzus persicae (Sulzer) / Linda M. box, Caroline A. Hick, Alan L. Devonshire, Naghmy Javed, Jennifer M. Spence, and Roger L. Blackman --
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Evolution and choice of antibiotic and pesticide resistance: a molecular genetic viewpoint / George W. Sundin --
unmarried as opposed to a number of origins of insecticide resistance : inferences from the cyclodiene resistance gene Rdl / Richard H. ffrench-Constant, Nicola M. Anthony, Dmitri Andreev, and Kate Aronstein --
a number of mechanisms and a number of herbicide resistance in Lolium rigidum / Christopher Preston, Francois J. Tardif, and Stephen B. Powles --
Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in Plutella xylostella : the moth heard around the international / Bruce E. Tabashnik, Francis R. Groeters, Naomi Finson, Yong-Biao Liu, Marshall W. Johnson, David G. Heckel, Ke Luo, and Michael J. Adang --
excessive genetic variability in Drosophila melanogaster for susceptibility to lufenuron, an insecticide that inhibits chitin synthesis / Thomas G. Wilson and Jason R. Cryan --
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the necessity for variation to alter in insecticide resistance administration thoughts : the Australian adventure / Neil W. Forrester and Lisa J. fowl --
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The insecticide resistance motion committee : a continuous initiative / Gary D. Thompson and Paul okay. Leonard --
Molecular genetics and ecology of transposon-encoded streptomycin resistance in plant pathogenic micro organism / George W. Sundin and Carol L. Bender --
flow of resistance genes between vegetation / Henri Darmency --
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tracking concepts for early detection of Lepidoptera resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal proteins / Steven B. Sims, John T. Greenplate, Terry B. Stone, Michael A. Caprio, and Fred L. Gould --
The U.S. Environmental defense Agency's position in pesticide resistance administration / Sharlene R. Matten, Paul I. Lewis, Gail Tomimatsu, Douglas W.S. Sutherland, Neil Anderson, and Tobi L. Colvin-Snyder.
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