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標題: 台灣田間與實驗室篩選品系褐飛蝨的抗藥性檢測
The insecticide resistance of field and laboratory selected strains of brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens) in Taiwan
作者: 翁嬡珠
Ladawan Namsuwat
關鍵字: Nilaparvata lugens;insecticide resistance;imidacloprid;fipronil;chlorpyrifos;flonicamid;cross-resistance;Nilaparvata lugens;insecticide resistance;imidacloprid;fipronil;chlorpyrifos;flonicamid;cross-resistance
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The brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stål) (Hemiptera: Delphacidae), is the most destructive pest on rice field crops and is an importantly economic pest in Asian region. This insect pest has developed resistance to a variety of insecticides, such as organophosphates, carbamates and pyrethroids. In order to investigate the resistance of N. lugens to currently used insecticides, ten field populations of N. lugens collected from difference areas of Taiwan from 2016 to 2017 were tested. In addition, chlorpyrifos-, imidacloprid-, and fipronil-selected populations were established to observe the speed of resistance development to each selected insecticide and cross resistance to other insecticides. The field populations from Changhua (Hutan and Pitou), Hualian (Fuli and Yuli) and three insecticide-selected populations have developed resistance to flonicamid with resistance ratio of LT50 (RR) = 3.2-4.4-fold [medium lethal time (LT50) = 56-92 hours on 0.05 mg/ml]. The imidacloprid-selected population (Imi-R) has developed cross resistance to thiamethoxam, with RR = 3.6-fold [LT50 = 93.3 hours on 0.025 mg/ml]. Fipronil-selected population (Fip-R) has developed cross resistance to methomyl, with RR = 3.0-fold on 0.5 mg/ml. The obvious increase in resistance to applied insecticides indicate that insecticide management is needed to decrease the insecticide resistance in N. lugens.
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