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Insecticide Resistance — Development and Management

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The video shows how animals become resistant to toxic chemicals using insecticide toxicity as the model. It shows how a gene mutation can prevent the toxic action of the insecticide. It also demonstrates how insecticide resistance occurs at the population level and how resistant populations can revert to susceptibility.

This animation is part of the Neurotoxic Insecticide animation tutorial, but is offered separately for instructors that want to focus on insecticide resistance.

Total Runtime: approx. 6 min; 4 scenes

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