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Title: Wolbachia is present in the European grapevine moth
Authors: Pazian, M
Bacala, E
Trindade Rei, Fernando
Nobre, Tania
Keywords: vineyard
Lobesia botrana
pest management
symbiosis
wsp gene
specific primer
Issue Date: 10-Aug-2020
Publisher: Journal of Applied Entomology
Citation: Pazian, M, Bacala, E, Rei, FT, Nobre, T. Wolbachia is present in the European grapevine moth. J Appl Entomol. 2020; 144: 664– 668. https://doi.org/10.1111/jen.12774
Abstract: The European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana, has high economic impact on grapevines being one of the most harmful pests of vineyards worldwide. Wolbachia infection have not yet been reported for this moth. We systematically look for Wolbachia presence in L. botrana from three areas within the viticultural region of Alentejo (Portugal), via wsp gene specific PCR, and consistently found its presence. The interaction between the grapevine, its associated moth pest and the Wolbachia needs to be further explored, towards its potential in the development of symbiosis-based pest management strategies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10174/28289
Type: article
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