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Wolbachia - Wikipedia


These bacteria can infect many different types of organs, but are most notable for the infections of the ...

How many species are infected with Wolbachia? – a ... - NCBI


Feb 29, 2008 ... Wolbachia are intracellular bacteria found in many species of ... They manipulate the reproduction of their arthropod hosts in various ways, may ...

How Diverse Is the Genus Wolbachia? Multiple-Gene Sequencing ...


Multiple-Gene Sequencing Reveals a Putatively New Wolbachia Supergroup ... This led to the discovery of new Wolbachia strains and new host species.

How Many Species Are Infected with Wolbachia? Cryptic Sex ... - JStor


We estimated the proportion of species infected with Wolbachia within Acraea butterflies by testing ... of females from a number of host species for Wolbachia.

How Many Wolbachia Supergroups Exist?


Species names are those of the hosts. Names in bold indicate Wolbachia from taxa which have not yet been classified into supergroups on the basis of ftsZ ...

Meet Wolbachia: the male-killing, gender-bending, gonad-eating ...


Oct 24, 2011 ... Different strains of the bacteria Wolbachia can take over the ... The many strains of Wolbachia can do some amazing things to their insect hosts: ... Parthenogenesis: In many species of insects, males only have one set of ...

How many species are infected with Wolbachia? – a statistical ...


Feb 29, 2008 ... Wolbachia are intracellular bacteria found in many species of arthropods ... may play a role in host speciation and have potential applications in ...

Wolbachia Resources - SERC


How Many Wolbachia Supergroups Exist? ... discovered a copy of the genome of the bacterial parasite Wolbachia residing inside the genome of its host species.

WerrenLab-WolbachiaBiology - University of Rochester


The kinds of microorganisms involved range from viruses to bacteria, fungi and ... The reproductive manipulation of hosts by Wolbachia include 1) feminization of ...

Wolbachia | Werren Lab


How many species are infected with Wolbachia? Answer: ... Wolbachia genes have been transferred to the chromosomes of hosts at relatively high frequencies.