Tyramine and octopamine receptors as a source of biorational insecticides

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Abstract

Biogenic amines such as dopamine (DA), octopamine (OA) and tyramine (TA) are widely distributed in the central nervous system of insects (Evans 1980). The administration of biogenic amines and agonists or antagonists for their receptors and direct measurement of concentrations of biogenic amines under various conditions indicate that these agents function as neurotransmitters, neuromodulators and neurohormones. They are involved in regulating many physiological phenomena such as learning (Dudai 1986), memory (Yovell and Dudai 1987), circadian rhythms (Muszynska-Pytel and Cymborowski 1978), contraction rhythm of muscles, flight (Goosey and Candy 1980), walking, feeding behaviour (Long et al. 1986), juvenile hormone (JH) (Lafon-Cazal and Baehr 1988; Granger et al. 1996; Grutenko et al. 2007), mating behaviour, pheromone production (Rafaeli and Gileadi 1995) and the reaction to various stressor stimuli (Davenport and Evans 1984).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBiorational Control of Arthropod Pests
Subtitle of host publicationApplication and Resistance Management
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Pages83-109
Number of pages27
ISBN (Print)9789048123155
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2009

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Biogenic Amines
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Insecticides
Neurotransmitter Agents
insecticides
neurotransmitters
receptors
Octopamine
Candy
Physiological Phenomena
neurohormones
Juvenile Hormones
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Tyramine
flight muscles
Pheromones
juvenile hormones
Feeding Behavior

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Hirashima, A. (2009). Tyramine and octopamine receptors as a source of biorational insecticides. In Biorational Control of Arthropod Pests: Application and Resistance Management (pp. 83-109). Springer Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-2316-2_4

Tyramine and octopamine receptors as a source of biorational insecticides. / Hirashima, Akinori.

Biorational Control of Arthropod Pests: Application and Resistance Management. Springer Netherlands, 2009. p. 83-109.

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Hirashima, A 2009, Tyramine and octopamine receptors as a source of biorational insecticides. in Biorational Control of Arthropod Pests: Application and Resistance Management. Springer Netherlands, pp. 83-109. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-2316-2_4
Hirashima A. Tyramine and octopamine receptors as a source of biorational insecticides. In Biorational Control of Arthropod Pests: Application and Resistance Management. Springer Netherlands. 2009. p. 83-109 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-2316-2_4
Hirashima, Akinori. / Tyramine and octopamine receptors as a source of biorational insecticides. Biorational Control of Arthropod Pests: Application and Resistance Management. Springer Netherlands, 2009. pp. 83-109
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