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Barcoding: Comparison of Variation Degree of COI and Cytochrome b Mitochondrial Markers in Two Species Primary Maize Pests (Sitophilus zeamais and Sitophilus oryzae)

@article{Ndong2015BarcodingCO,
  title={Barcoding: Comparison of Variation Degree of COI and Cytochrome b Mitochondrial Markers in Two Species Primary Maize Pests (Sitophilus zeamais and Sitophilus oryzae)},
  author={A. Ndong and C. Thiaw and B. Diallo and M. Sarr and Diome and M. Kan{\'e} and Sembene},
  journal={International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={373-393}
}
  • A. Ndong, C. Thiaw, +4 authors Sembene
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research
  • The phylogeny, taxonomy and identification of insects were originally based upon shared or derived morphological and anatomy criteria. However, these processes are confronted with the barrier of the existence of sympatric or cryptic species. Thus, genetic analyses have more recently played an increasingly important role in confirming existing or establishing often radically different insects’ groupings and phylogenies. This study provides a detailed comparison of the effectiveness of the two… CONTINUE READING

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