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The giant hornet, Vespa mandarinia is a predator of honey bees throughout its range in eastern Asia. The hornets' behaviors are coordinated through pheromones; a marking pheromone is used to mark honey bee nests as a food source, and an alarm pheromone, comprised of three chemical components of...

Author(s)
McClenaghan, B.; Schlaf, M.; Geddes, M.; Mazza, J.; Pitman, G.; McCallum, K.; Rawluk, S.; Hand, K.; Otis, G. W.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Apicultural Research, 2019, 58, 1, pp 141-148
Abstract

India is the origin to the world's most notorious invasive mammal, the black rat Rattus rattus. All previous empirical phylogeographic studies were based on very few samples originating from India-creating a paucity of data to extrapolate from. In this first specific phylogeographic study of R....

Author(s)
Mumtaz Baig; Shiba Khan; Eager, H.; Ashwin Atkulwar; Searle, J. B.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Biological Invasions, 2019, 21, 2, pp 417-433
Abstract

The eastern honey bee (Apis cerana) is of central importance for agriculture in Asia. It has adapted to a wide variety of environmental conditions across its native range in southern and eastern Asia, which includes high-altitude regions. eastern honey bees inhabiting mountains differ...

Author(s)
Montero-Mendieta, S.; Tan Ken; Christmas, M. J.; Olsson, A.; Vilà, C.; Wallberg, A.; Webster, M. T.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Molecular Ecology, 2019, 28, 4, pp 746-760
AbstractFull Text

A novel atypical porcine pestivirus (APPV), firstly discovered in USA in 2015, was subsequently reported in some countries within Europe and Asia. In this study, a virological survey was performed in central Italy to investigate the presence of APPV genome. One APPV strain was detected in a pig...

Author(s)
Iscaro, C.; Postel, A.; Pirani, S.; Feliziani, F.; Giammarioli, M.; Costarelli, S.; Sensi, M.; Mia, G. M. de
Publisher
Società Italiana di Diagnostica di Laboratorio Veterinaria (SIDiLV), Parma, Italy
Citation
XVIII Congresso Nazionale S.I.Di.L.V., Perugia (PG), Italia, 7-9 Novembre 2018, 2018, pp 226-228
Abstract

Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) is responsible for one of the most economically important infectious diseases of livestock. The virus spreads very easily and continues to affect many countries (mainly in Africa and Asia). The risks associated with the introduction of FMDV result in major...

Author(s)
Jamal, S. M.; Belsham, G. J.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 2018, 59, pp 84-98
Abstract

Up to date, the scarcity of publicly available complete mitochondrial sequences for European wild pigs hampers deeper understanding about the genetic changes following domestication. Here, we have assembled 26 de novo mtDNA sequences of European wild boars from next generation sequencing (NGS) data ...

Author(s)
Ni Pan; Bhuiyan, A. A.; Chen JianHai; Li JingJin; Zhang Cheng; Zhao ShuHong; Du XiaoYong; Li Hua; Yu Hui; Liu XiangDong; Li Kui
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Genetica, 2018, 146, 3, pp 277-285
Abstract

A ragweed leaf beetle, Ophraella communa (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), has been highlighted as a potential biological control agent of Ambrosia artemisiifolia. O. communa and A. artemisiifolia are native in North America and alien species in East Asia and Europe. As an invasive weed, A....

Author(s)
Kim HongGeun; Lee DooHyung
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Biocontrol Science and Technology, 2019, 29, 2, pp 185-200
Abstract

Defining rangelands as anthromes enabled Ellis and Ramankutty (2008) to conclude that more than three-quarters of Earth's land is anthropogenic; without rangelands, this figure would have been less than half. They classified all lands grazed by domestic livestock as rangelands, provided that human...

Author(s)
Sayre, N. F.; Davis, D. K.; Bestelmeyer, B.; Williamson, J. C.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Land, 2017, 6, 2, pp 31
Abstract

Since the first description of adenoviruses in bats in 2006, a number of micro- and megabat species in Europe, Africa, and Asia have been shown to carry a wide diversity of adenoviruses. Here, we report on the evolutionary, biological, and structural characterization of a novel bat adenovirus...

Author(s)
Hackenbrack, N.; Rogers, M. B.; Ashley, R. E.; Keel, M. K.; Kubiski, S. V.; Bryan, J. A.; Ghedin, E.; Holmes, E. C.; Hafenstein, S. L.; Allison, A. B.
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Virology, 2017, 91, 2, pp e01504-16
Abstract

The western honey bee, Apis mellifera, provides critical pollination services to agricultural crops worldwide. However, despite substantial interest and prior investigation, the early evolution and subsequent diversification of this important pollinator remain uncertain. The primary hypotheses...

Author(s)
Cridland, J. M.; Tsutsui, N. D.; Ramírez, S. R.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Genome Biology and Evolution, 2017, 9, 2, pp 457-472

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