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The genus Physa (=Physella) includes the most abundant and diverse freshwater gastropods native to North America. Due to their invasive nature many species occur throughout the world. The most abundant species, Physa acuta, has been introduced to Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia by human commerce ...

Author(s)
Raković, M. J.; Raković, M. B.; Petrović, A. M.; Popović, N. Z.; Ðuknić, J. A.; Naunovic, Z. Z.; Paunović, M. M.
Publisher
Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Heraklion, Greece
Citation
Mediterranean Marine Science, 2016, 17, 1, pp 292-301
Abstract

Epizootic haemorrhagic disease virus is a 10-segmented, double-stranded RNA virus. When these ten segments of dsRNA are run on 1% agarose, eastern (Australia, Japan) and western (North America, Africa, Middle-East) strains of the virus can be separated phenotypically based on the migration of...

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Anthony, S. J.; Darpel, K. E.; Maan, S.; Sutton, G.; Attoui, H.; Mertens, P. P. C.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Citation
Virus Genes, 2010, 40, 1, pp 67-75
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Complementary nuclear (28S rRNA) and mitochondrial (COI+II) gene markers were sequenced from the blowflies, Lucilia cuprina and L. sericata, from Europe, Africa, North America, Australasia and Hawaii. Populations of the two species were phylogenetically distinct at both genes, with one exception....

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Stevens, J. R.; Wall, R.; Wells, J. D.
Publisher
Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK
Citation
Insect Molecular Biology, 2002, 11, 2, pp 141-148
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In the mosquito Culex pipiens, over-production of esterases is a common insecticide resistance mechanism. Different alleles at the esterase A and B loci are known to occur in natural populations, as shown by enzyme electrophoresis and RFLP studies on the esterase B locus. The authors analysed the...

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Guillemaud, T.; Rooker, S.; Pasteur, N.; Raymond, M.
Citation
Heredity, 1996, 77, 5, pp 535-543

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