Analogues of insect juvenile hormone: use in veterinary and medical disinsection
Автор: Eremina O. Yu., Olekhnovich E.I., Roslavtseva S.A.
Рубрика: Средства и технологии
Статья в выпуске: 3 (91), 2014 года.
Materials from the latest foreign and domestic sources devoted to the mechanism of analogues of juvenile hormone (JHA) action and practical application in the field of veterinary and medical disinfestation are presented. Use of synthetic pyrethroids or phenylpyrazoles mixtures with S-methoprene and pyriproxyfen allowed to develop highly efficient modern veterinary drugs for small pets parasitic insects (lice, fleas), mites (itch) and ticks (Ixodes) control. These drugs have low toxicity to warm-blooded animals and humans, have no teratogenic, mutagenic, carcerogenic and photosensitizing properties. Formulations, containing methoprene, pyriproxyfen, fenoxycarb and hydroprene as active agent, are applied in the field of medical disinsection for human pathogens carriers and synanthropic arthropods control. Hydroprene sterilizing effect on the commensal cockroaches is used to develop formulations for these insects control. The most widely JHA is used to mosquito larvae control. The development of insects, mites and ticks resistance to insectoacaricide makes us to look for alternative pest control ways, one of them is the JHA use. However, because of the possibility of resistance developing to the JHA group drugs, it is necessary to comply with the recommended rotation scheme. JHA application (in combination with insecticides) against moths and carpet beetles, for animals treatment of lice, fleas and also invasions caused by itch mites is perspective.
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