Sunday, 17 November 2002: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

Room 305 (Convention Center, Third Floor)

The Role and Value of Monitoring in Insect Resistance Management

Moderator(s): Graham Head
Philip McNally
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PM0157Over a decade of area-wide monitoring of pyrethroid susceptibility in Delta cotton: Do the assays reflect area-wide field use and performance?
Roger Leonard, Scott H. Martin
1:25 PM0158Resistance Monitoring: Fuzzy thinking, imprecise terminology, and the proactivity paradox
Timothy Dennehy
1:45 PM0159Monitoring Colorado potato beetle susceptibility: Can laboratory assays detect shifts early enough to implement IRM?
Galen Dively
2:05 PM0160Sampling for resistance in fleas: How can the incidence of resistance in the field be characterized?
William Donahue
2:25 PM0161Using baseline data and subsequent resistance monitoring to predict the potential for resistance to transgenic plants
Graham Head, J. Walt Mullins
2:45 PMBreak
3:00 PM0162Using baseline data and subsequent monitoring in implementing a resistance management program for the diamondback moth in Hawaii
Ron Mau
3:20 PM0163Limiting applications on the label for new chemistries based on the history of resistance development to presently registered products: Risk assessment for new acaricides based on biochemistry and biology of targeted pests
Philip McNally, Ralf Nauen
3:40 PM0164Detection of organophosphate resistance among western corn rootworm populations: Lessons learned and opportunities for improved resistance detection
Blair D. Siegfried, David J. Hawthorne
4:00 PMPanel Discussion

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