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- Lopez, Valérie; Cortesero, Anne Marie; Poinsot, Denis
- Journal of invertebrate pathology 2018 v.158 pp. 24-31
- Delia radicum; Nematoda; Wolbachia; adults; arthropods; bacteria; cytoplasm; cytoplasmic incompatibility; eggs; feminization; hosts; life history; males; microbiome; mortality; oviposition; parthenogenesis; pests; phenotype; progeny; symbionts; viability; virgin females
- ... Wolbachia is an endocellular bacteria infecting arthropods and nematodes and is only transmitted vertically by females via the cytoplasm of the egg. It is often a manipulator of host reproduction, causing cytoplasmic incompatibility, thelytokous parthenogenesis, feminization or male killing, which all increase the proportion of infected females in the population. However, Wolbachia can modify life ...
- de Castro Oliveira, Isabela; de Carvalho, Lorendane Millena; Vieira, Ítalo Stoupa; Campos, Artur Kanadani; Freitas, Samuel Galvão; de Araujo, Juliana Milani; Braga, Fábio Ribeiro; de Araújo, Jackson Victor
- Journal of invertebrate pathology 2018 v.158 pp. 46-51
- Arthrobotrys; Nematoda; agar; biological control; cattle; chlamydospores; cladodes; conidia; feces; gastrointestinal nematodes; gastrointestinal system; in vitro studies; in vivo studies; nematode larvae; nematophagous fungi; oral administration; pellets; sanitation; scanning electron microscopy; sodium alginate; traps; viability
- ... Research in the area of sanitation in ruminant production has focused on discovery of potential agents for biological control of helminths with nematophagous fungi and has provided evidence of success. The antagonistic potential of the fungus Arthrobotrys cladodes var. macroides on infective larvae of bovine gastrointestinal parasitic nematodes was evaluated by scanning electron microscopy. Additi ...