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Parasitoid viruses

N. E. Beckage

Parasitoid viruses

symbionts and pathogens

by N. E. Beckage

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Published by Elsevier/Academic Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wasp Venoms,
  • Genetics,
  • Virology,
  • Parasitoids,
  • Viral Proteins,
  • Polydnaviridae,
  • Wasps,
  • Parasitology,
  • Viruses,
  • Host-Pathogen Interactions,
  • Pathogenicity,
  • Physiology,
  • DNA viruses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Nancy E. Beckage, Jean-Michel Drezen
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL496.12 .P376 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 292 p., [12] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25215382M
    ISBN 10012384858X
    ISBN 109780123848581
    LC Control Number2012359665
    OCLC/WorldCa767732490

      Parasitoid Viruses: Symbionts and Pathogens Parasitoids are parasitic insects that kill their insect hosts in immature pre-reproductive stages. Parasitoids are employed in biological control programs worldwide to kill insect pests and are environmentally safe and benign alternatives to Author: Esteban Domingo.   Parasitoid wasps are engaged in an evolutionary arms race with their herbivorous hosts. In many ichneumonid and braconid wasps, including Cotesia congregata.

    Parasitoid wasps are often vectors for viruses that are pathogens of the wasps’ insect hosts. Both ascoviruses (insect DNA viruses that are distantly related to polydna - viruses) and reoviruses (RNA viruses that include genera which infect plants, fungi, insects, fish and mammals) have wasp vectors, and some of these viruses are also.   The good viruses: viral mutualistic symbioses. It is not clear why there are so many examples of mutualistic viruses in the parasitoid wasps, This fascinating book gives an up-to-date Cited by:

    Edson, K., S. B. Vinson, D. Stoltz, and M. Summers. Virus in a parasitoid wasp: suppression of the cellular immune response in the parasitoid's host.   The Braconid and Ichneumonid Parasitoid Wasps: Biology, Systematics, Evolution and Ecology - Ebook written by Donald L. J. Quicke. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Braconid and Ichneumonid Parasitoid Wasps: Biology, Systematics, Evolution and Ecology.5/5(1).


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Viruses have evolved intimate associations with parasitoids, and this book features sections on both symbiotic viruses that are integrated into the wasp’s chromosomal DNA (polydnaviruses) that play critical roles in suppressing host immunity during parasitism.

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Viruses have evolved intimate associations with parasitoids, and this book features sections on both symbiotic viruses that are integrated into the wasp’s chromosomal DNA (polydnaviruses) that play critical roles Parasitoid viruses book suppressing host immunity during : Elsevier Science.

Parasitoid VLPs, PDVs or viruses may then act similarly to perform assembly or budding (Thaa et al., ) as a ‘cheap’ way to exit the cell, by using components that mediate endosomal sorting. Then, this might lead to morphological similarities between virions or viral vesicles and exosomes and microvesicles, adding to an already confused Cited by: 9.

Get this from a library. Parasitoid viruses: symbionts and pathogens. [N E Beckage; Jean-Michel Drezen;] -- "Parasitoids are parasitic insects that kill their insect hosts in immature pre-reproductive stages. Parasitoids are employed in biological control programs worldwide to kill insect pests and are.

Viruses have evolved intimate associations with parasitoids, and this book features sections on both symbiotic viruses that are integrated into the wasp's chromosomal DNA (polydnaviruses) that play critical roles in suppressing host immunity during parasitism.

We report on a novel RNA virus infecting the wasp Lysiphlebus fabarum, a parasitoid of aphids. This virus, tentatively named “Lysiphlebus fabarum virus” (LysV), was discovered in transcriptome sequences of wasps from an experimental evolution study in which the parasitoids were allowed to adapt to aphid hosts (Aphis fabae) with or without resistance-conferring : Martina N.

Lüthi, Christoph Vorburger, Alice B. Dennis. Polydnaviruses are a unique group of insect viruses that have a mutualistic relationship with some parasitic wasps. The polydnavirus replicates in the oviducts of an adult female parasitoid wasp.

The wasp benefits from this relationship because the virus provides protection for the parasitic larvae inside the host, (i) by weakening the host's immune system and (ii) by altering the host's cells.

Viruses have evolved intimate associations with parasitoids, and this book features sections on both symbiotic viruses that are integrated into the wasp’s chromosomal DNA (polydnaviruses) that play critical roles in suppressing host immunity during cturer: Academic Press.

Parasitism is a kind of symbiosis, a close and persistent long-term biological interaction between a parasite and its saprotrophs, parasites feed on living hosts, though some parasitic fungi, for instance, may continue to feed on hosts they have commensalism and mutualism, the parasitic relationship harms the host, either feeding on it or, as in the case of intestinal.

DNA viruses occur in some parasitoid wasps and are injected with the egg during oviposition to aid in. the suppression of the host insects’ immune defense and produce optimal conditions for o.

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Integration of Polydnavirus DNA into Host Cellular Genomic DNA. Parasitoid Viruses: Symbionts and Pathogens. 1.) Female parasitoid wasp injects eggs, viral particles and venom proteins into host.

2.) Polydnavirus virons infect host tissues. 3.) Parasitoid larva develops inside the host and metamorphosizes after burrowing out of the host.

) Cells in the female reproductive organs begin producing viral particles. The Polydnaviridae (PDV), including the Bracovirus (BV) and Ichnovirus genera, originated from the integration of unrelated viruses in the genomes of two parasitoid wasp lineages, in a remarkable example of convergent evolution.

Functionally active PDVs represent the most compelling evolutionary success among endogenous viral elements (EVEs). BV evolved from the domestication Cited by: This work focuses on those insect virus families found primarily or exclusively in insects, covering all major families of insect-selective viruses except for the baculoviruses which were described in a previous volume of The Viruses series.

Included are the established families of insect viruses, the newly recognized ascovirus family, and the nudiviruses, which probably represent a separate. The book Parasitoid Viruses: Symbionts and Pathogens can give more knowledge and also the precise product information about everything you want.

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The book is divided into three parts: 1) DNA viruses 2) RNA viruses and 3) current hot-topics in insect virology. Virus groups covered include: Ascoviruses, Baculoviruses, Densoviruses, Entomopoxviruses, Hytrosaviruses.