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The widespread use of transgenic plants imposes selection pressure on insect pest populations to develop insecticide resistance. Evaluation of effectiveness of resistance management strategies is very important in resistance management programs. Resistance management to insecticides is widely believed to depend in part on associated fitness costs. Fitness costs can delay the development of resistance. In the present study, the effects of two entomopathogenic nematode species, Steinernemadoi:10.1590/1678-4499.20190501 fatcat:mjn6kpkxl5a7bgshitsev6yxkq