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YEARS

2012-2012

FUNDING AMOUNT

100000 CNY

ABSTRACT

As the two taxa on Earth, fungi and insects occur coevolution. However, studies to date have focused on their symbiosis between insects and fungi, study room no parasitic insect pathogenic fungi and its host coevolution reported. Cordyceps sinensis is a valuable traditional Chinese medicine Hepialidae insect larvae is formed by a parasitic fungus Cordyceps. Cordyceps sinensis is an ideal material for research co-evolution, but the lack of host insects and fungus Cordyceps suitable molecular markers, not yet coevolution of both systematic research. The project will select a representative sample of origin widely collected Cordyceps, a variety of efficient molecular markers, and select the appropriate insect host multiple genetic markers by constructing a shotgun genomic library screening Cordyceps fungus; fungus Cordyceps analysis and host insects using molecular genetics group genetic structure; means binding biogeography and bioinformatics analysis of the driving factors of adaptive evolution Cordyceps fungus eventually clarify coevolution Cordyceps fungus and host insects. The results not only enrich the connotation of co-evolution, but also has very important implications for conservation biology and Cordyceps artificial cultivation of scale. More... »

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