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*  Rickettsiales
Another genus of well-known Rickettsiales are the Wolbachia, which infect approximately two-thirds of all arthropods and nearly ... ISBN 0-387-24145-0. Werren JH, Baldo L, Clark ME (2008). "Wolbachia: master manipulators of invertebrate biology". Nat. Rev. ...
*  Trichogramma
Wolbachia is a widespread bacterium that infects insect's organs, most commonly the reproductive organs. Wolbachia has been ... However, when looking at the Wolbachia-host associations, the Trichogramma-Wolbachia form a monophyletic group based on several ... Finally, Wolbachia can influence gender determination in its hosts so that more females are successfully born. This results in ... The effects of Wolbachia in Trichogramma have several evolutionary implications. Commonly, uninfected wasps are unable to breed ...
*  Wolbachia
... , especially Wolbachia-caused cytoplasmic incompatibility, may be important in promoting speciation. Wolbachia strains ... Wolbachia is also found to provide the host with a benefit of increasing fecundity. Wolbachia strains captured from 1988 in ... Wolbachia at the Encyclopedia of Life Howard Hughes Medical Institute High School Lab Series Images of Wolbachia Biology portal ... In these cases, only the presence of Wolbachia can cause an individual to develop into a female. Wolbachia has been linked to ...
*  Anaplasmosis
Wolbachia sp., Rickettsia sp., and Babesia sp. in Southern Germany". International Journal of Medical Microbiology Supplements ...
*  Phytoseiidae
Wolbachia causes speciation through reproductive isolation. Some hosts evolve with a dependency on Wolbachia for reproductive ... Wolbachia's main method of spreading is to be passed down through the generations in germ line tissues, but it is also capable ... Wolbachia species have been detected in many species of the Phytoseiidae, both in the field and in the lab. Although most ... Wolbachia infections are capable of causing the extinction of hosts by making females much more common than males. de Moraes, G ...
*  Onchocerciasis
Wolbachia species have been found to be endosymbionts of O. volvulus adults and microfilariae, and are thought to be the ... Research on other antibiotics, such as rifampicin, has shown it to be effective in animal models at reducing Wolbachia both as ... For the treatment of individuals, doxycycline is used to kill the Wolbachia bacteria that live in adult worms. This adjunct ... The antibiotic doxycycline weakens the worms by killing an associated bacterium called Wolbachia, and is recommended by some as ...
*  Peeps (novel)
Wolbachia, a bacterium, was also mentioned. In the novel, Cal is infected with a parasite that is transmitted through bodily ...
*  Muscidifurax uniraptor
This implies that Wolbachia establishes itself early in the females in order to ensure its transfer into further hosts, at the ... Wolbachia is a cytoplasmically inherited intracellular bacterium. It can generally be found in the reproductive organs of its ... However, the bacterium, Wolbachia, has evolved with this species of wasp through vertical transfer to induce irreversible ... There are three primary reasons for why M. uniraptor has become so dependent on Wolbachia for survival and reproduction. The ...
*  Aedes albopictus
Wolbachia can be transmitted from parent to offspring or between breeding individuals. Wolbachia is easily transmitted within ... but without the Wolbachia infection. Wolbachia can also be used to transfer certain genes into the population to further ... Due to Wolbachia's ability to transmit from one host to the next, it can change the average genotype of a population, ... In this way, Wolbachia provides a fitness advantage to the infected females and prevents uninfected females from reproducing. ...
*  Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
Wolbachia is a bacterium commonly present in insect species that can protect their hosts against viruses, including the dengue ... This is the first study linking genes and their functions in the Wolbachia bacterium, and it provides a unique point of entry ... Studies on the bacteria Wolbachia conducted by Luis Teixeira and his research group at IGC revealed that a single genomic ... Chrostek, Ewa; Teixeira, Luis (2015-02-01). "Mutualism breakdown by amplification of Wolbachia genes". PLOS Biology. 13 (2): ...
*  Dirofilaria immitis
Wolbachia pipientis is an intracellular bacterium that is an endosymbiont of D. immitis. All heartworms are thought to be ... The inflammation occurring at the die-off of adult heartworms or larvae is in part due to the release of Wolbachia bacteria or ... Treating heartworm-positive animals with an antibiotic such as doxycycline to remove Wolbachia may prove to be beneficial, but ... Todd-Jenkins, Karen (October 2007). "The Role of Wolbachia in heartworm disease". Veterinary Forum. Veterinary Learning Systems ...
*  Male
Bacteria of the genus Wolbachia alter their sexuality; some species consist entirely of ZZ individuals, with sex determined by ... the presence of Wolbachia.[citation needed] In those species with two sexes, males may differ from females in ways other than ...
*  Proteobacteria
Wolbachia, etc. Betaproteobacteria: Bordetella, Ralstonia, Neisseria, Nitrosomonas, etc. Gammaproteobacteria: Escherichia, ...
*  Michael Majerus
"Male-killing Wolbachia in two species of insect". Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 266: 735-740. doi:10.1098/rspb.1999.0698 ...
*  Brugia malayi
Since the discovery of the importance of Wolbachia bacteria in the life cycle of B. malayi and other nematodes, novel drug ... In a study done by the University of Bonn in Ghana, doxycycline effectively depleted Wolbachia from W. bancrofti. It is likely ... The relationship between the Wolbachia bacteria and B. malayi is not fully understood. Extrapolating from research done with ... "Targeting wolbachia, doxycycline reduces pathology of lymphatic filariasis". 18, September 2006. The World Health ...
*  Dengue fever
Working is still ongoing as of 2015 to determine the best type of Wolbachia to use. Apart from attempts to control the spread ... Attempts are ongoing to infect the mosquito population with bacteria of the Wolbachia genus, which makes the mosquitoes ... Johnson, KN (4 November 2015). "The Impact of Wolbachia on Virus Infection in Mosquitoes". Viruses. 7 (11): 5705-17. doi: ... While artificially induced infections with Wolbachia is effective, it is unclear if naturally acquired infections are ...
*  Alphaproteobacteria
Wolbachia) and intracellular pathogens (e.g. Rickettsia). Moreover, the class includes (as an extinct member) the ...
*  Adalia bipunctata
1999). "Male killing Wolbachia in two species of insects". 266. Proc R Soc B: 735-740. Werren, J. H.; Hurst, G. D. D.; Zhang, W ... This trait is associated with a variety of different bacteria (Wolbachia, Rickettsia, Spiroplasma), which are present in ...
*  Springtail
Feminizing Wolbachia species are widespread in arthropods and nematodes, where they co-evolved with most of their lineages. ... Parthenogenesis (also called thelytoky) is under the control of symbiotic bacteria of the genus Wolbachia, which live, ... Werren, John H.; Zhang, Wan & Guo, Li Rong (1995). "Evolution and phylogeny of Wolbachia: reproductive parasites of arthropods ... Fenn, Katelyn & Blaxter, Mark (2004). "Are filarial nematode Wolbachia obligate mutualist symbionts?" (PDF). Trends in Ecology ...
*  WO virus
... is bacteriophage virus affecting bacteria of the Wolbachia genus, hence its name. This virus is notable for carrying ... Bordenstein, Sarah R.; Bordenstein, Seth R. (2016). "Eukaryotic association module in phage WO genomes from Wolbachia". Nature ...
*  Jacinta Duncan
Scientists have manipulated Wolbachia so it blocks the growth of virus inside the mosquito. As a result, transmission of the ... This Wolbachia infection is transmitted through the female line. When infected males mate with uninfected females the progeny ... Recently scientists have managed to use Wolbachia bacteria to control outbreaks of Dengue fever. Mosquitoes are a vector for ... Sturmer, J. (2014) Researchers want Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes unleashed on Townsville in bid to eradicate dengue fever. ABC ...
*  Wuchereria bancrofti
Antibiotic active against the Wolbachia symbionts of the worm have been experimented with as treatment. Wolbachia-free worms ...
*  Bryobia
2001). Wolbachia-induced parthenogenesis in a genus of phytophagous mites. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 268(1482) 2245-51. Gomez, C. ... It is possible that Wolbachia could influence the reproductive processes of most bryobia mite species. Perhaps the best known ... asexuality is caused by the parasitic bacterium Wolbachia. This bacterium causes functional apomixis in the mites, so that a ...
*  Brugia timori
Wolbachia supports essential biochemical pathways necessary for the survival of Brugia, especially processes such as ... Aside from vectoring Brugia species, mosquitoes also maintain Wolbachia spp. which has been found to be an obligate ... Related filarial nematodes have been found highly sensitive to elimination of their endosymbiotic Wolbachia bacteria, and this ...
*  Nasonia vitripennis
Wolbachia are maternally inherited, and exist in multiple insect species. Multiple strains of Wolbachia have been noted in even ... It has been suggested that Wolbachia have assisted with genetic divergence through buildup of mutations and selecting for ... This is through a model of 'mitochondrial sweeping', when Wolbachia bring mitochondria from one host population to another. ... mitochondrial and Wolbachia. Insect Mol. Biol. 14: 653-663. Nasoniabase Nasonia resources hosted at the University of Rochester ...