MYCETOCYTE SYMBIOSIS IN INSECTS

@article{Douglas1989MYCETOCYTESI,
  title={MYCETOCYTE SYMBIOSIS IN INSECTS},
  author={A. E. Douglas},
  journal={Biological Reviews},
  year={1989},
  volume={64}
}
1. Non‐pathogenic microorganisms, known as mycetocyte symbionts, are located in specialized ‘mycetocyte’ cells of many insects that feed on nutritionally unbalanced or poor diets. The insects include cockroaches, Cimicidae and Lygaeidae (Heteroptera), the Homoptera, Anoplura, the Diptera Pupiparia, some formicine ants and many beetles. 
INTRACELLULAR SYMBIOSIS IN INSECTS
Invertebrates in Endosymbiotic Associations
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