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Co-incubation of dsRNA reduces proportion of viable spores of Ascosphaera apis, a honey bee fungal pathogen

bioRxiv

Nov 25, 2019

James P TauberDino P McMahon

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There are viral, fungal, bacterial and trypanosomal pathogens that negatively impact the individual and superorganismal health of the western honey bee. One fungal pathogen, Ascosphaera apis, affects larvae and causes the disease chalkbrood. A previous genome analysis of As. apis reveal...read more

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Apis mellifera
Co-treatment
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RNA, Double-Stranded
Uptake
Trypanosoma
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Larva
West (Direction)
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Co-incubation of dsRNA reduces proportion of viable spores of Ascosphaera apis, a honey bee fungal pathogen

bioRxiv

Nov 25, 2019

James P TauberDino P McMahon

DOI: 10.1101/852699

Abstract

There are viral, fungal, bacterial and trypanosomal pathogens that negatively impact the individual and superorganismal health of the western honey bee. One fungal pathogen, Ascosphaera apis, affects larvae and causes the disease chalkbrood. A previous genome analysis of As. apis reveal...read more

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Apis mellifera
Co-treatment
Genome
Genes
RNA, Double-Stranded
Uptake
Trypanosoma
Germination
Larva
West (Direction)
6
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