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|Title:||Changes of haemolymph protein profile in the larva of Pericallia ricini (Fabricius) parasitised by the Braconid Wasp, Apanteles taragamae Viereck (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)|
|Abstract:||Parasitism by the braconid wasp, A. taragamae caused alterations in the haemolymph polypeptides of woolly bear larvae of P. ricini. Analysis of haemolymph proteins by SDS-PAGE and densitometry showed that the quantities of haemolymph proteins were reduced dramatically in the parasitised larvae. Simultaneously, parasitism induced large amount of 95 kDa polypeptides in the haemolymph of the parasitised larvae. Also, a remarkable induction of 43 and 45 kDa polypeptides which are not detectable in non-parasitised larvae appeared in the parasitised larvae.|
|ISSN:||0975-1009 (Online); 0019-5189 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJEB Vol.38(04) [April 2000]|
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