Relationship between oviposition, virulence gene expression and parasitism success in Cotesia typhae nov. sp. parasitoid strains

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Benoist, R.; Chantre, C.; Capdevielle-Dulac, C.; Bodet, M.; Mougel, F.; Calatayud, P.; Dupas, S.; Huguet, Elisabeth; Jeannette, R.; Obonyo, J.; Odorico, C.; Silvain, F.; Le Ru, B.; Kaiser, L.;
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1007/s10709-017-9987-5
  • Subject: [SDV.EE.IEO]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Ecology, environment/Symbiosis | Parasitoid | Oviposition behaviour | New host | Biological control | Polydnavirus | Reproductive success
    mesheuropmc: fungi

Studying mechanisms that drive host adaptation in parasitoids is crucial for the efficient use of parasitoids in biocontrol programs. Cotesia typhae nov. sp. (Fernandez-Triana) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) is a newly described parasitoid of the Mediterranean corn borer Ses... View more
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