DDT-resistance hazard in the Indian house-flies, Musca domestica nebulo and Musca domestica vicina

Khan, N.H.; Ansari, J.A.

Botyu-Kagaku. 29: pt. 2, 15-18

1964


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Abstract
A DDT-resistant strain of Musca domestica nebulo F. was developed in a laboratory in India by exposing flies collected in and near Aligarh to 0.1 %. DDT and the progeny of the surviving 9.5%. up to the 37th generation to DDT at concentrations giving 75% or higher kills.