Molecular identification by

  title={Molecular identification by},
  author={Didier Raoult and G{\'e}rard Aboudharam and {\'E}ric Crub{\'e}zy and Georges Larrouy and Bertrand Ludes and Michel Drancourt},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
Morphological and molecular identification of arrhenotokous strain of Diglyphus wani (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae) found in China as a control agent against agromyzid leafminers
Diglyphus species are ecologically and economically important on agromyzid leafminers. In 2018, a thelytokous species, Diglyphus wani Liu, Zhu & Yefremova, was firstly reported and described.Expand
Bio-production of silica nanoparticles from rice husk and their impact on rice bakanae disease and grain yield
F foliar application of SiNPs after disease symptoms appearance significantly reduced the disease incidence and increased grain yield and the current results suggested that controlling F. fujikuroi once appearing of bakanae disease symptoms considered a new effective management practices. Expand
Cryoconite Hole Location in East-Antarctic Untersee Oasis Shapes Physical and Biological Diversity
It is shown that both microbial communities and biogeochemical parameters in CHs were significantly different between the zones medial moraine and the glacier terminus, and high sequence similarities between samples from the Untersee Oasis and other Antarctic sites further indicate long-range atmospheric transport mechanisms that complement local inoculation sources. Expand
Physiological Capabilities of Cryoconite Hole Microorganisms
Physiological investigation shows that despite inhabiting a freshwater environment, cryoconite microorganisms are able to withstand conditions not typically encountered in freshwater environments (namely high salinities or extreme pH), making them physiologically more similar to arid soil communities. Expand
DNA-barcoding of forensically important blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in the Caribbean Region
This study demonstrates the importance of employing a second nuclear marker for barcoding analyses and species delimitation of calliphorids, and the power of molecular data in combination with a complete reference database to enable identification of taxonomically and geographically diverse insects of forensic importance. Expand
Studies on theileriosis in goats from Karnataka, South India
The present study indicated that caprine theileriosis is an endemic disease in Karnataka and suggested that Haemaphysalis and Rhipicephalus ticks may play a role in transmission of the disease. Expand
The History Of Genome Mapping In Fragaria Spp.
This overview summarizes the research programs devoted to mapping the genomes within Fragaria genus and presents the rules for proper preparation of mapping population, the choice of markers useful for generating linkage map, the saturation of existing maps with new markers linked to economically important traits, as well as problems faced during mapping process. Expand
Genetic Diversity in Fruit and Berry Crops Estimated with Molecular Markers
Phenetic relationships within the genus Chaenomeles, estimated on both cultivated plant material and on wild populations, were congruent and indicated that C. japonica is differentiated from all the other species, i.e., C. cathayensis and C. thibetica, and the hybrid taxon, C. x superba. Expand
Molecular evidence of incipient speciation within Anopheles gambiae s.s. in West Africa
Chromosome‐2 inversions seem to be involved in ecotypic adaptation rather than in mate‐recognition systems in Anopheles gambiae s.s. samples collected in several African countries. Expand