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A review of the genus Cryptotendipes Lenz (Diptera: Chironomidae) from China
The genus Cryptotendipes Lenz from China is reviewed and two new species, C. nodus and C. parallelus, are described and illustrated from males and the generic diagnosis for males and larvae is emended.
Demicryptochironomus Lenz from China (Diptera: Chironomidae)
The genus Demicryptochironomus Lenz 1941 from China is revised, and Keys to males and known larvae of the genus are presented and the systematics discussed.
Nilothauma Kieffer from China (Diptera: Chironomidae)
The genus Nilothauma Kieffer, 1921 (Chironomidae: Chironominae) from China is revised and a key to males of Chinese species is given and systematics are discussed.
Cladopelma Kieffer from the Sino-Indian Region (Diptera: Chironomidae)
The Sino-Indian species of the genus Cladopelma Kieffer are reviewed and one new species from China, C. costum sp. n., is described and illustrated as male. The males of C. edwardsi (Kruseman) and C.…
A PCR-based lateral flow assay for the detection of Turkey ingredient in food products
PCR-LFA provides an accurate, sensitive and cost-effective approach for turkey authentication, and is a promising tool for species authentication, food quality assurance and traceability.
A chromosome level genome assembly of Propsilocerus akamusi to understand its response to heavy metal exposure
- Xiaoya Sun, Wenbin Liu, Ruoqun Li, Cong-Lin Zhao, L. Pan, Chuncai Yan
- MedicineMolecular ecology resources
- 12 March 2021
The high‐quality assembled genome of P. akamusi and the transcriptomic analyses provide new insight into the molecular mechanisms of heavy metal stress, providing valuable resources for understanding the evolutionary history, genetics, and ecology of this species as well as those of other midges.
Microchironomus Kieffer from China (Diptera: Chironomidae)
The genus Microchironomus Kieffer from China is reviewed and one new species, M. cavus, is described and illustrated on the basis of the male, and a world key to males is given.
Identification and expression pattern of chemosensory genes in the transcriptome of Propsilocerus akamusi
It was found that although signals released from male groups might attract female swarmers, it was a completely male-dominated mating process, which could allow a more plausible understanding of certain olfaction-mediated behaviors in groups of this macroinvertebrate.
Paracladopelma Harnisch from the Sino-Indian Region (Diptera: Chironomidae)
The genus Paracladopelma Harnisch from the Sino-Indian region is reviewed. Five new species, P. binum, P. bui, P. cirratum, P. crenum, and P. digitum are described and illustrated as males. Five…