A Veritable Menagerie of Heritable Bacteria from Ants, Butterflies, and Beyond: Broad Molecular Surveys and a Systematic Review

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A. Russell, Jacob ; F. Funaro, Colin ; M. Giraldo, Ysabel ; Goldman-Huertas, Benjamin ; Suh, David ; J. C. Kronauer, Daniel ; S. Moreau, Corrie ; E. Pierce, Naomi
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0051027
  • Subject: Microbiology | surveys | systematic | veritable | menagerie | Evolutionary Biology | review | molecular | heritable
    mesheuropmc: bacteria | animal structures | biochemical phenomena, metabolism, and nutrition | reproductive and urinary physiology | fungi

<div><p>Maternally transmitted bacteria have been important players in the evolution of insects and other arthropods, affecting their nutrition, defense, development, and reproduction. <em>Wolbachia</em> are the best studied among these and typically the most prevalent.... View more
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