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YEARS

2012-2016

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830000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Ticks are specialized ectoparasite transmitting a great variety of infectious pathogens and causing serious damage to human health, domestic animals and wildlife. Researches on ticks have important scientific significance. Endosymbionts play important roles in tick development, reproduction and other life activities, and have become one of the international focus research realms. Based on our earlier deeply research on Haemaphysalis longicornis Neumann, a comprehensive analysis will be conducted on its two reproductive populations (bisexual population and parthenogenetic population) including the diversity of endosymbionts, histological specialization, morphological characteristics, histological spatial distribution and population dynamics etc. With the comparision of endosymbionts of these two different tick population, the key endosymbionts are identified and their functions in this tick species will be illustrated. Many modern biological technologies and methods, such as molecular biology, cytogenetics, immunology, proteomics and transmission electron microscope (TEM) will be used in these researches. The above results will be of great important scientific significance and application value for elucidating the endosymbionts diversity, distribution and dynamics, the roles in tick reproduction and development a More... »

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