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Resistance to Gardona in house-flies



Resistance to Gardona in house-flies



Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 17(1): 52-55



The authors followed the development of resistance to tetrachlorvinphos (Gardona) by selecting a strain of house-flies of normal sensitivity and a strain resistant to trichlorphon (chlorophos) with 0.05% tetrachlorvinphos applied by dipping. The index of resistance was between 17 and 30 after 5 generations, and rose to 42 and 1000 after 11 and 15 generations, respectively. For subsequent selection of the progeny, a 0.5% solution of tetrachlorvinphos was used.

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