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Identification of detoxification genes in imidacloprid‐resistant Asian citrus psyllid (Hemiptera: Lividae) and their expression patterns under stress of eight insecticides

Fajun Tian, Chaofeng Li, Zhengbing Wang, Jiali Liu, Xinnian Zeng



The Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri, is one of the major pests in citrus‐growing areas around the world. The application of insecticides is the most effective method to reduce the population of D. citri. However, D. citri has developed resistance to multiple classes of insecticides. Understanding resistance mechanisms is crucial to the management of D. citri. In this study, molecular assays were performed to characterize imidacloprid resistance mechanisms.

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