Evolution and ecological aspects of parthenogenetic and sexual bagworm moths (Lepidoptera: Psychidae: Naryciinae)
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Mariash, Heather (University of Jyväskylä, 2012)
The parasitoid species complex associated with sexual and parthenogenetic Naryciinae (Lepidoptera: Psychidae): Integrating ecological and molecular analyses Elzinga, Jelmer Anne; Zwakhals, Kees; Mappes, Johanna; Grapputo, Alessandro (Institute of Entomology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and Czech Entomological Society, 2011)This study describes the parasitoid species complex associated with seven closely related species of sexual (Siederia rupicollella, S. listerella, Dahlica lazuri, D. charlottae and D. lichenella) and parthenogenetic (Dahlica ...
Phylogeny and evolution of parthenogenesis in Finnish bagworm moth species (Lepidoptera : Psychidae : Naryciinae) based on mtDNA-markers Grapputo, A.; Kumpulainen, T.; Mappes, J. (Finnish Zoological and Botanical Publishing Board, 2005)We investigated species diversity and evolution of parthenogenesis among bagworm moth species of Dahlica and Siederia using mitochondrial DNA sequencing. Parthenogenesis is rare among Lepidoptera other than Psychidae. ...
Grapputo, Alessandro; Kumpulainen, Tomi; Mappes, Johanna; Parri, Silja (BioMed Central, 2005)BACKGROUND: Despite the two-fold cost of sex, most of the higher animals reproduce sexually. The advantage of sex has been suggested to be its ability, through recombination, to generate greater genetic diversity than ...
Alale, Theophilus (2019)In order to understand potential co-evolution between a parasite and its host, this study was conducted to investigate whether the apicomplexan parasite Selenidium pygospionis, specifically infects the polychaete worm, ...