POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTURE AND SECONDARY SYMBIONTS IN HOST‐ASSOCIATED POPULATIONS OF THE PEA APHID COMPLEX

@article{Ferrari2012POPULATIONGS,
  title={POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTURE AND SECONDARY SYMBIONTS IN HOST‐ASSOCIATED POPULATIONS OF THE PEA APHID COMPLEX},
  author={J. Ferrari and Joan A. West and S. Via and H. Godfray},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2012},
  volume={66}
}
Polyphagous insect herbivores experience different selection pressures on their various host plant species. How this affects population divergence and speciation may be influenced by the bacterial endosymbionts that many harbor. Here, we study the population structure and symbiont community of the pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum), which feeds on a range of legume species and is known to form genetically differentiated host‐adapted populations. Aphids were collected from eight legume genera in… Expand
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