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Un parasitoïde utilise un virus pour modifier le comportement de son hôte


Presented by Gourbal, Benjamin & Mitta, Guillaume
Université de Perpignan-Via Domitia (UMR 5244), IHPE Laboratoire « Interactions Hôtes-Pathogènes-Environnements »

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Keywords:
behaviour modification /  Coleomegilla maculata (the spotted lady beetle) /  Dinocampus coccinellae (braconid wasp parasite) /  Dinocampus coccinellae paralysis virus (DcPV) /  GT2. Adaptation of phytophagous species, their natural enemies and symbiontshost-parasite interactionVirus /  .

Related categories:
     A) Taxon (latin/vernacular names)
     C) Process/phenomenon
     I) Zoonosis
     L) CBGP theme
    
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