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Title: Potential of insecticidal genes from plants and microbes in insect pest management
Authors: R, Asokan
Vageeshbabu, S Hanur
Keywords: Insecticidal genes
Resistance
Biotechnology
Transgenics
Issue Date: Jan-2010
Publisher: Everyman's Science
Citation: R Asokan, Vageeshbabu S. Hanur. 2010. Potential of insecticidal genes from plants and microbes in insect pest management. Everyman's Science 44 (5): 279-285.
Abstract: Intensive and extensive use of chemical pesticides has resulted in many control failures due to development of resistance and also many environmental hazards where insecticidal genes from plants and microbes become handy. Expression of these genes in economically important plants has conferred insect resistance and consequently in lesser pesticide application for sustainable insect pest management.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/267
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