Cotton - pest - natural enemies of the interaction mechanism


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YEARS

2017-2019

FUNDING AMOUNT

5250000.0 CNY

ABSTRACT

Cotton is an important strategic material in national economic development. Control the occurrence and damage of pests is the key measure to guarantee the sustainable development of cotton production in China. Through the long-term accumulation of the common struggle of 3 generation and 60 years, the Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences has gradually formed an innovative research group with middle-aged and young experts as the main body composed of entomologists, ecologist, molecular biologists and chemists to devote to cotton pest biology and control theory. In recent three years, around Bt cotton/pest/natural enemies interactions, the innovative research group focused on these researches of physiological, biochemical and molecular mechanisms of cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera)/pink bollworm (Pectinophora gossypiella) resistance to Bt cotton, and natural population’s resistance evolution mechanism, the chemical communication mechanisms of intraspecific as well as with host plants and natural enemies in mirid bugs, the arthropod food web structure and functions of Bt cotton ecosystem. The innovative research group further intends to systemically study the interactions among cottons, pests and natural enemies to in-depth analyze co-evolution mechanisms between pests and cotton as well as pests and natural enemies from the agricultural ecosystem, community, population, individual and gene levels that would provide the theoretical basis for development of the new strategy, new method and new technology of the sustainable pest management. More... »

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