A brief survey of symbiotic Wolbachia in Drosophila
Received:October 16, 2017  
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DOI:10.3969/j. issn. 1005 -4847. 2018. 02. 020
KeyWord:Wolbachia ; endosymbiont; reproductive manipulation; Drosophila
        
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张广 1. 省部共建云南生物资源保护与利用国家重点实验室,昆明 ; 2.云南大学生命科学学院,昆明
陈雨 1. 省部共建云南生物资源保护与利用国家重点实验室,昆明 ; 2.云南大学生命科学学院,昆明
王蓓蕾 甘肃农业大学植物保护学院,兰州
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Abstract:
      The symbiotic bacterial species Wolbachia pipientis is a maternally inherited, intracellular parasitic microbe common to arthropod species (including most insects) and some nematodes. This bacteria manipulates the reproduction of its hosts by different mechanisms, including cytoplasmic incompatibility, parthenogenesis inducing, malekilling, feminization and increase female fecundity. In this paper, previous studies on the interactions between Wolbachia and Drosophila is briefly surveyed and discussed.
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