Subject: QH426-470 | Genetics | horizontal transfer | transposable element | Investigations | Bracovirus | Cotesia | Helitron
Bracoviruses associate symbiotically with thousands of parasitoid wasp species in the family Braconidae, working as virulence gene vectors, and allowing the development of wasp larvae within hosts. These viruses are composed by multiple DNA circles that are packaged int... View more
cyclorrhaphous Diptera, including Drosophila and tephritid fruit flies (Wharton 1993, Carton et al. 1986),
depending on the location and time of the year (Žikić et al. 2012, Gadallah and Ghahari 2015). The
not the first to report a HT between C. vestalis and B. mori (e.g. Coates 2015, Zhang et al. 2016a, Zhang
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