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Mitochondrial phylogenomics of the Hymenoptera.
An illustrated key to the genera and subgenera of the Alysiini (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Alysiinae), with three genera new for China
Abstract An illustrated key to the genera and subgenera of the Alysiini (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Alysiinae) from China is presented. Three genera new for China are reported: Adelurola Strand, 1924,
Bracoviruses recruit host integrases for their integration into caterpillar’s genome
The data uncover a novel mechanism in which CvBV integrates into the infected host genome, not only by utilizing its own integrases, but also by recruiting host enzymes.
The complete mitochondrial genome of Asobara japonica (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
The results show that A. japonica is closely related to Diachasmimorpha longicaudata, an invasive and economic pest of Drosophila melanogaster and some other fruit fly species.
The complete mitochondrial genome of Trichopria drosophilae (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae)
Trichopria drosophilae is an important pupal endoparasitoid of Drosophila species, which has been found to be an ideal biocontrol agent to D. suzukii, and a phylogenetic analysis with other known mitochondrial genomes within four families that have been shown to parasitize drosphilid species shows that T. drosophile is closely related to Ismarus sp.
Review of the genus Hylcalosia Fischer (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Alysiinae), with description of four new species from China.
Four new species of Hylcalosia Fischer are described and illustrated from China, i.e., H. carinata sp. nov., H. melasaraia sp. nov., H. poricrenulata sp. nov., and H. verticalis sp. nov. Hylcalosia
The mitochondrial genome of Aenasius arizonensis (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) with novel gene order
The phylogenetic analysis supported the monophyly of Chalcidoidea and the sister group of (Trichogrammatidae + Encyrtidae and Pteromalidae was corroborated by both Bayesian and maximum likelihood methods.
The mitochondrial genome of Telenomus remus (Hymenoptera: Platygastridae)
The mitochondrial genome of T. remus was sequenced, 15,500 bp in size, and possessed all 37 typical mitochondrial genes, and it was demonstrated that T.Remus was most closely related to Telenomus sp.