Original paper

Comparison of gut bacterial communities and their associations with host diets in four fruit borers

Volume: 76, Issue: 4, Pages: 1353 - 1362
Published: Nov 21, 2019
Abstract
BACKGROUND Microbiota that live in the gut of insects have a wide range of effects on host nutrition, physiology, and behavior. They may shape the adaptation of their hosts to different habitats and lifestyles. To characterize the gut microbiota of fruit borers comprehensively, we compared bacterial communities among Grapholita molesta , Conogethes punctiferalis , Carposina sasakii , and Cydia pomonella , which are serious lepidopteran pests. We...
Paper Details
Title
Comparison of gut bacterial communities and their associations with host diets in four fruit borers
Published Date
Nov 21, 2019
Volume
76
Issue
4
Pages
1353 - 1362
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