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Standardization of bioassay technique for developing genetically improved monocrotophos resistant strain of green lacewing, Chrysoperla scelestes Banks



Standardization of bioassay technique for developing genetically improved monocrotophos resistant strain of green lacewing, Chrysoperla scelestes Banks



Pest Management and Economic Zoology 8(1): 47-51



The green lacewing, C. scelestes is an efficient predator of soft-bodied insects infesting cotton in Gujarat, India. However, activity of this predator has been adversely affected by frequent use of monocrotophos in cotton ecosystem. Hence a resistant strain of this predator would be desirable. Three bioassay methods, viz., topical application, film exposure and food impregnation were evaluated to develop a suitable bioassay technique for selection of resistant strain.

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