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Journal:   BIO CONTROL IN PLANT PROTECTION   2016 , Volume 4 , Number 2 ; Page(s) 55 To 70.
 
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FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE USE OF SEVERAL PHYTOECDYSTEROIDS AS BIOPESTICIDES VIA EVALUATION OF THEIR INTERACTION MODELS WITH ECDYSONE RECEPTORS OF HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA AND CHRYSOPERLA CARNEA

 
 
Author(s):  HEYDARZADEH AREZOO*, VALIZADEGAN OROUJ, JOKAR MAHMOOD
 
* DِEPARTMENT OF PLANT PROTECTION, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, UROMIA UNIVERSITY, UROMIA, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) is one of the important pests of cotton in the world and Iran with wide host range and causes an irrecoverable damage in the agricultural system. In the past decades, researchers have been searching for a new technology to produce safe pesticides with the properties such as selective effects on target pests and less risk on non-target organisms and the environment. One of the most popular pesticides is disruptive molting (IGRs) which has been used widespread in the fields. The aim of this study was to evaluate the interactions between some phytoecdysteroids which submitted in data base, during 2013-2015, and Ecdysone receptors in order to control H. armigera with less adverse effects on Chrysoperla carneaas a natural enemy by molecular docking. Ecdysone receptor models of H. armigera and C. carnea were designed and their efficacies were estimated. According to the Z-score index, qualities of EcR receptors made for H. armigera and C. carnea were equivalent to NMR and X-ray crystallography methods, respectively. Results showed that among tested phytoecdysteroids, 11 b-Hydroxy-20-Deoxyshidasterone; 2, 3, 14, 20, 26-PentaHydroxy-6-OXO-Stigmast-7-ENE-22.26-Lactol; Callecdysterol A, B, C and Glutinosterone had the minimum inhibition constant (Ki), the most negative bonding energy and the minimum changes in RMSD in binding to target pest ecdysone receptor. In conclusion, the mentioned phytoecdysteroids, have a potential to control H. armigerawith less side effects on C. carnea life cycle.

 
Keyword(s): MOLECULAR DOCKING, HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, ECR, HOMOLOGY MODEL
 
 
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Heydarzadeh, A., & valizadegan, O., & JOKAR, M. (2016). FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE USE OF SEVERAL PHYTOECDYSTEROIDS AS BIOPESTICIDES VIA EVALUATION OF THEIR INTERACTION MODELS WITH ECDYSONE RECEPTORS OF HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA AND CHRYSOPERLA CARNEA. BIO CONTROL IN PLANT PROTECTION, 4(2 ), 55-70. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=571323



Vancouver: Copy

Heydarzadeh Arezoo, valizadegan Orouj, JOKAR MAHMOOD. FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE USE OF SEVERAL PHYTOECDYSTEROIDS AS BIOPESTICIDES VIA EVALUATION OF THEIR INTERACTION MODELS WITH ECDYSONE RECEPTORS OF HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA AND CHRYSOPERLA CARNEA. BIO CONTROL IN PLANT PROTECTION. 2016 [cited 2021July24];4(2 ):55-70. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=571323



IEEE: Copy

Heydarzadeh, A., valizadegan, O., JOKAR, M., 2016. FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE USE OF SEVERAL PHYTOECDYSTEROIDS AS BIOPESTICIDES VIA EVALUATION OF THEIR INTERACTION MODELS WITH ECDYSONE RECEPTORS OF HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA AND CHRYSOPERLA CARNEA. BIO CONTROL IN PLANT PROTECTION, [online] 4(2 ), pp.55-70. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=571323.



 
 
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