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- Martín-Peciña, María, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Chromosoma 2019 v.128 no.1 pp. 53-67
- B chromosomes; DNA; Eyprepocnemis plorans; chemical defenses; females; gene expression; gene expression regulation; genomics; grasshoppers; host-parasite relationships; messenger RNA; microarray technology; parasites; parasitism; phenotype; stress response; transcriptomics; unigenes
- ... Parasitism evokes adaptive physiological changes in the host, many of which take place through gene expression changes. This response can be more or less local, depending on the organ or tissue affected by the parasite, or else systemic when the parasite affects the entire host body. The most extreme of the latter cases is intragenomic parasitism, where the parasite is present in all host nuclei a ...