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Development of resistance and cross-resistance in deltamethrin-selected houseflies (Musca domestica L.)



Development of resistance and cross-resistance in deltamethrin-selected houseflies (Musca domestica L.)



Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 32(4-6): 535-537



A relatively high level of resistance to deltamethrin (about 42-fold) was induced in a susceptible strain of the flies selected by this compound for 20 generations in the laboratory. The development of resistance was slow in the first 10 generations but this increased in subsequent generations. The cross-resistance involved photostable pyrethroids (permethrin, cypermethrin and fenvalerate), DDT and methoxychlor. The deltamethrin-selected strain was not cross-resistant to lindane, propoxur and organophosphate insecticides included in the test. These insecticides can be used for alternative application in order to delay the development of resistance to photostable pyrethroids.

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