Progressive Adaptation of a CpGV Isolate to Codling Moth Populations Resistant to CpGV-M
AbstractThe NPP-R1 isolate of CpGV is able to replicate on CpGV-M-resistant codling moths. However, its efficacy is not sufficient to provide acceptable levels of control in natural (orchard) conditions. A laboratory colony derived from resistant codling moths was established, which exhibited a homogeneous genetic background and a resistance level more than 7000 fold. By successive cycles of replication of NPP-R1 in this colony, we observed a progressive increase in efficacy. After 16 cycles (isolate 2016-r16), the efficacy of the virus isolate was equivalent to that of CpGV-M on susceptible insects. This isolate was able to control both CpGV-M-susceptible and CpGV-M-resistant insects with similar efficacy. No reduction in the levels of occlusion body production in susceptible larvae was observed for 2016-r16 compared to CpGV-M. View Full-Text
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Graillot, B.; Berling, M.; Blachere-López, C.; Siegwart, M.; Besse, S.; López-Ferber, M. Progressive Adaptation of a CpGV Isolate to Codling Moth Populations Resistant to CpGV-M. Viruses 2014, 6, 5135-5144.
Graillot B, Berling M, Blachere-López C, Siegwart M, Besse S, López-Ferber M. Progressive Adaptation of a CpGV Isolate to Codling Moth Populations Resistant to CpGV-M. Viruses. 2014; 6(12):5135-5144.Chicago/Turabian Style
Graillot, Benoît; Berling, Marie; Blachere-López, Christine; Siegwart, Myriam; Besse, Samantha; López-Ferber, Miguel. 2014. "Progressive Adaptation of a CpGV Isolate to Codling Moth Populations Resistant to CpGV-M." Viruses 6, no. 12: 5135-5144.