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The complete mitochondrial genome of the plant bug Nesidiocoris tenuis (Reuter) (Hemiptera: Miridae: Bryocorinae: Dicyphini)
The phylogenetic analyses shows that N. tenuis is the sister group to Lygus lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois), which is a zoophytophagous mirid which is considered both as a significant natural enemy and an important pest of crops. Expand
Population genetic structure and post-LGM expansion of the plant bug Nesidiocoris tenuis (Hemiptera: Miridae) in China
Both the neutrality tests and mismatch distributions revealed the occurrence of historical population expansion and Bayesian skyline plot analyses with two different substitution rates indicated that N. tenuis might follow the post-LGM expansion pattern for temperate species. Expand
Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of the plant bug Adelphocoris fasciaticollis (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae)
Abstract The mitochondrial genome of Adelphocoris fasciaticollis Reuter, an important pest plant bug, is a typical circular DNA molecule of 15,434 bp with 37 genes and 77.4% A + T content.Expand
Phylogeographic structure of cotton pest Adelphocoris suturalis (Hemiptera: Miridae): strong subdivision in China inferred from mtDNA and rDNA ITS markers
Analysis of mitochondrial and nuclear data from Adelphocoris suturalis suggests physical barriers, Pleistocene climatic oscillations and geographical heterogeneity have affected the population structure and distribution of this insect in China. Expand
The complete mitochondrial genome of a tessaratomid bug, Eusthenes cupreus (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomomorpha: Tessaratomidae).
The 16,299 bp long mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) of a tessaratomid bug, Eusthenes cupreus (Westwood), is reported and analyzed. The mitogenome represents the first sequenced complete mitogenomeExpand
Temporal transcriptomic profiling of the ant-feeding assassin bug Acanthaspis cincticrus reveals a biased expression of genes associated with predation in nymphs
Functional enrichment analysis of significantly differentially expressed genes (SDEGs) showed positive correlation with specific physiological processes within each stage, including venom, aggression, olfactory recognition as well as growth and development. Expand