2009
DOI: 10.1016/j.jspr.2008.09.001
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Phosphine resistance in Brazilian populations of Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

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“…Of the 19 samples tested, five could be diagnosed with weak resistance and 14 with strong resistance suggesting that resistance was widespread and apparently at a high level. Therefore, our results are in accordance with earlier surveys of phosphine resistance in Brazil (Lorini et al 2007, Pimentel et al 2007, 2009) and also show evidence of resistance, but requiring further investigation for these species studied here.…”
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“…Of the 19 samples tested, five could be diagnosed with weak resistance and 14 with strong resistance suggesting that resistance was widespread and apparently at a high level. Therefore, our results are in accordance with earlier surveys of phosphine resistance in Brazil (Lorini et al 2007, Pimentel et al 2007, 2009) and also show evidence of resistance, but requiring further investigation for these species studied here.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 93%
“…Moreover, phosphine resistance in stored-product insects is documented in several neighboring South American countries (Champ & Dyte 1976. Except for the global survey undertaken by FAO (Champ & Dyte 1976) , Lorini et al 2007, Pimentel et al 2007, 2009.…”
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“…It may cause a complete grain loss in only 6-mo (Coitinho et al, 2011). Its control is usually performed with synthetic insecticides, leading to important problems such as the presence of undesirable residues on food and development of resistance to insecticides as phosphine (Pimentel et al, 2009), organophosphates and pyrethroids . Recently, there has been a growing interest to evaluate the potential use of botanical insecticides, as powders, extracts or essential oils as a friendly alternative to synthetic insecticides.…”
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“…Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), popularly known as maize weevil, is one of the main pests of stored grains in Brazil, which present elevated biotic potential, cross-infestation and that housing inside the whole grains (Pimentel et al, 2009). Besides, it has great reproductive potential and colonizes many hosts as wheat, corn, rice, barley, triticale and oats (Lorini, 2008).…”
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confidence: 99%