Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs: Linking evolution, ecology, and management

David W. Crowder, Peter C Ellsworth, Steven E. Naranjo, Bruce E Tabashnik, Yves Carriere

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Abstract

Juvenile hormone analogs (JHAs) are insecticides that mimic insect juvenile hormone and interfere with normal insect development. JHAs disrupt a hormonal system that is specific to insects and thus kill some target pests while causing less harm to nontarget organisms than broad-spectrum insecticides. JHAs have become increasingly important in agriculture worldwide, where their specificity and efficacy has been used selectively to reduce target pest populations while conserving key natural enemies. Evolution of resistance by target pests, however, can reduce the effectiveness of JHAs. This chapter reviews how models have been used to analyze the evolution of pest resistance to JHAs and to develop strategies to delay pest resistance. We describe results of general mathematical models and a case study showing how simulation, conceptual, and spatially explicit statistical models have been applied to better understand and manage evolution of resistance to the JHA pyriproxyfen by the whitefly, Bemisia tabaci. Our results show how genetic, ecological, and human factors affect evolution of pest resistance to JHAs. Integrating knowledge of these factors into models can help to produce useful predictions about pest resistance to JHAs and to improve management strategies for preserving the effectiveness of this important functional class of insecticides.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationJuvenile Hormones and Juvenoids
Subtitle of host publicationModeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate
PublisherCRC Press
Pages99-126
Number of pages28
ISBN (Electronic)9781466513228
ISBN (Print)9781466513211
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2013

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Juvenile Hormones
juvenile hormone analogs
Ecology
hormone
ecology
pest resistance
modeling
Insecticides
insecticide
insecticides
pests
pyriproxyfen
insect
Insects
insect hormones
Insect Hormones
insect development
nontarget organism
nontarget organisms
whitefly

Keywords

  • Insect resistance management
  • Integrated pest management
  • Modeling
  • Population genetics
  • Pyriproxyfen
  • Resistance evolution
  • Whitefly

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemistry(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)

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Crowder, D. W., Ellsworth, P. C., Naranjo, S. E., Tabashnik, B. E., & Carriere, Y. (2013). Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs: Linking evolution, ecology, and management. In Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate (pp. 99-126). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/b14899

Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs : Linking evolution, ecology, and management. / Crowder, David W.; Ellsworth, Peter C; Naranjo, Steven E.; Tabashnik, Bruce E; Carriere, Yves.

Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate. CRC Press, 2013. p. 99-126.

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Crowder, DW, Ellsworth, PC, Naranjo, SE, Tabashnik, BE & Carriere, Y 2013, Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs: Linking evolution, ecology, and management. in Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate. CRC Press, pp. 99-126. https://doi.org/10.1201/b14899
Crowder DW, Ellsworth PC, Naranjo SE, Tabashnik BE, Carriere Y. Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs: Linking evolution, ecology, and management. In Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate. CRC Press. 2013. p. 99-126 https://doi.org/10.1201/b14899
Crowder, David W. ; Ellsworth, Peter C ; Naranjo, Steven E. ; Tabashnik, Bruce E ; Carriere, Yves. / Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs : Linking evolution, ecology, and management. Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate. CRC Press, 2013. pp. 99-126
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