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    • Dependence of egg hatching on Wolbachia density in a parthenogenetic weevil revealed by antibiotic treatment 

      Rodriguero, Marcela Silvina; Scannapieco, Alejandra Carla; Monti, Daniela S.; Chifflet, Lucila; Elias-Costa, Agustín J.; Lanteri, Analía A.; Confalonieri, Viviana A. (Wiley, 2021-04)
      Naupactini is a tribe of Neotropical broad‐nosed weevils highly diverse in South America. This group includes several parthenogenetic species, some of them harmful for agriculture and invasive around the world. Although ...
    • Wolbachia pipientis associated with tephritid fruit fly pests: from basic research to applications 

      Mateos, Mariana; Martinez Montoya, Humberto; Lanzavecchia, Silvia Beatriz; Conte, Claudia Alejandra; Guillén, Karina; Morán-Aceves, Brenda M.; Toledo, Jorge; Liedo, Pablo; Asimakis, Elias D.; Doudoumis, Vangelis; Kyritsis, Georgios A.; Papadopoulos, Nikos T.; Augustinos, Antonios A.; Segura, Diego Fernando; Tsiamis, George (Frontiers Media, 2020-06)
      Members of the true fruit flies (family Tephritidae) are among the most serious agricultural pests worldwide, whose control and management demands large and costly international efforts. The need for cost-effective and ...