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Structural and phylogenetic studies with four proteins isolated from Hymenoptera.

Charles Wesley Carlson

Structural and phylogenetic studies with four proteins isolated from Hymenoptera.

by Charles Wesley Carlson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phylogeny.,
  • Proteins.

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    Paginationviii, 100 l.
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19630429M

      Phylogenetic classification and structural analysis of chitinase genes in G. raimondii. (a) A phylogenetic tree was made using the maximum likelihood method with 1, resampling by: Introduction. Muscoidea, with approximately described species, is nearly 5% of the known species-level diversity of the Diptera, the true flies [], and includes the following four families: Scathophagidae, Anthomyiidae, Fanniidae and muscoid flies are saprophagous, coprophagous or necrophagous as larvae, but some species are parasitic, predatory or by:

    Full text of "Antennal patterns of sensilla of the Hymenoptera - a complex character of phylogenetic other formats Verh. naturwiss. Ver. Hamburg (NF) 26 Hamburg Antennal Patterns of Sensilla of the Hymenoptera - A Complex Character of Phylogenetic Reconstruction' By Joachim R. Walther, Berlin** With 7 figures A. Introduction During the last hundred . Phylogenetics is the study of evolutionary relationships among biological entities - often species, individuals or genes (which may be referred to as taxa). The major elements of phylogenetics are summarised in Figure 1 below. Figure 1 Elements of phylogenetics. Typically phylogeneticists study one of the following types of question: • What are the evolutionary relationships or histories.

      Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) crystal proteins are pore-forming toxins used as insecticides around the world. Previously, the extent to which these proteins might also target the invertebrate phylum Nematoda has been mostly ignored. We have expressed seven different crystal toxin proteins from two largely unstudied Bt crystal protein by:   Members of the pacifastin family are serine peptidase inhibitors, most of which are produced as multi domain precursor proteins. Structural and biochemical characteristics of insect pacifastin-like peptides have been studied intensively, but only one inhibitor has been functionally characterised. Recent sequencing projects of metazoan genomes have created an unprecedented Cited by:


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Structural and phylogenetic studies with four proteins isolated from Hymenoptera by Charles Wesley Carlson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction. The Hymenoptera (sawflies, wasps, bees and ants) are one of the four largest insect orders, with more thandescribed species [] (J.T. Huber, personal communication).The oldest fossils belong to the family Xyelidae and date back to the middle Triassic (about Ma) [], but recent age estimates based on molecular data suggest a much earlier origin in Cited by: Evolving Genes and Proteins covers the proceedings of the "Evolving Genes and Proteins" symposium, held at the Institute of Microbiology of Rutgers, The State University on September 17with support from the National Science Foundation.

The book focuses on the structural and functional features of proteins and nucleic acids. Hymenoptera (sawflies, wasps, ants, and bees) are one of four mega-diverse insect orders, comprising more thandescribed and possibly up to one million undescribed extant species [1, 2].As parasitoids, predators, and pollinators, Hymenoptera play a fundamental role in virtually all terrestrial ecosystems and are of substantial economic importance [1, 3].Cited by:   Hymenoptera (sawflies, wasps, ants, and bees) are one of four mega-diverse insect orders, comprising more thandescribed and possibly up.

Peters et al. infer a time-calibrated and statistically solid phylogenetic tree of the mega-diverse insect order Hymenoptera (sawflies, wasps, ants, and bees) from the analysis of phylogenomic data.

This sheds new light on the early history of this intriguing group, as well as on the origins and radiation of parasitoids, stinging wasps, and by: Introduction. In Hymenoptera, the foregut consists of the pharynx, oesophagus, crop or honey sac, and proventriculus (Chapman ).

The proventriculus is the most specialised part of the foregut, and lies between the honey sac and midgut (Snodgrass ).Cited by: 7.

Chromosomal data have been underutilized in phylogenetic investigations despite the obvious potential that cytogenetic studies have to reveal both structural and functional homologies among taxa. In large part this is associated with difficulties in scoring conventional and molecular cytogenetic information for phylogenetic by: Phylogenetic analysis using molecular data such as DNA sequence for genes and amino acid sequence for proteins is very common not only in the field of evolutionary biology.

Using TAAR genes from the genomes of three mammals (human, mouse, and opossum), chicken, frog, four teleost fishes (zebrafish, medaka, stickleback, and fugu), and sea lamprey, a more detailed phylogenetic analysis showed that all lamprey TAAR-like genes formed a monophyletic clade and the lamprey TAAR clade was a sister group of TAAR genes in jawed vertebrates.

11 A newly. Characters assessed in this study are length, equatorial diameter, diameters near the extremes, shape, color, texture, surface morphology, and occurrence (isolated or clustered). The Step family consists of four proteins in mammals and one protein in Drosophila and mosquitoes (Fuss et al., ).

Step has two motifs characteristic of cytohesins: a Sec7 domain responsible for GTPase activity and a PH domain. Step, which is upstream of PI3K, is required for proper activation of Akt and is necessary for insulin by: 1.

Introduction. In bees, the foregut consists of pharynx, esophagus, crop or honey sac and proventriculus (Chapman, ).The proventriculus is the most specialized part of the foregut and lies between the honey sac and midgut (Snodgrass, ).It is subdivided into three parts: an anterior end that protrudes into the honey sac lumen forming the proventricular bulb, which consists of four.

Download: Download full-size image. Fig. Mitochondrial genome phylogeny of the Hymenoptera, using a range of Holometabola as the outgroup. The tree shown is a Bayesian analysis of nucleotide sequence data, including 1st and 2nd codon positions from protein-coding genes, and the two ribosomal genes.

Phylogenetic approaches have already led to a number of important insights into the evolution of parasitism in Hymenoptera. A series of examples are discussed in this review, including the origin. The present study aims to explore the phylogenetic relationships of the Palaearctic subgenera within genus Formica.

One aim is to provide phylogenetic information which can be used in comparative studies such as those by Boomsma and Sundström and by Helanterä and Sundström. The other aim is to compare the divergence among species within and between the by: Phylogenetic implications of the structure and distribution of ovipositor valvilli in the Hymenoptera (Insecta).

Journal Of Natural History 26(3) Quicke, D. J., S. Ingram, et al. To understand mitogenome characteristics and reveal phylogenetic relationships of the genus Ostrinia, including several notorious pests of great importance for crops, we sequenced the complete mitogenomes of four species: Ostrinia furnacalis (Guenée, ), Ostrinia nubilalis (Hübner, ), Ostrinia scapulalis (Walker, ) and Ostrinia zealis (Guenée, ).

Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera) are extremely diverse with more t species described and overspecies estimated to exist. This is the first comprehensive phylogenetic analysis of the. Further expression studies and ligand-binding assays using recombinant proteins may reveal any uncharacterized functions of the CSP gene family in Cited by: The first two events were found in the IQM gene cluster: shuffling of trnM and trnI genes, and transposition of trnQ to downstream of the trnW (Fig.

2, Table S1). Phylogenetic relationship among the Hymenoptera were performed using the 14 Hymenoptera species (Table 1) as ingroup, plus the mt DNA sequence of A.

cerana obtained in the present study, using one Reduviidae species (Triatoma dimidiata, GenBank accession number AF) as the outgroup, based on amino acid sequences of 13 protein-coding by:   The Hymenoptera is one of the vital and biggest insect orders comprising the bees, wasps, sawflies, and ants.

Wasps are important to natural and biological pest control because they are predators or parasitoids of pest arthropods. This study investigated the genetic diversity among the three wasps, Vespa orientalis Linnaeus, Polistes bucharensis Erichson, and Polistes mongolicus du Author: Emtithal M.

Abd-El-Samie, Israa Elkafrawy, Mai Osama, Amr Ageez. The mitochondrial (mt) genomes of most animals studied so far are circular, are about 16 kb in size, and have 13 protein-coding genes (atp6 and atp8 for ATP synthase subunits 6 and 8, cox1–cox3 for cytochrome oxidase subunits 1–3, cob for cytochrome b, nad1–nad6 and nad4L for NADH dehydrogenase subunits 1–6 and 4L), two rRNA genes (rrnL and rrnS for large and small rRNA Cited by: