Candidatus Erwinia dacicola


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Citation

Formal styling
Candidatus Erwinia dacicola”
Oldest registered citation
Capuzzo et al., 2005
Status
Automated discovery

Nomenclature

Rank
Species
Etymology
dacicola

Taxonomy

Classification
Bacteria » “Proteobacteria (phylum)” » Gammaproteobacteria » Enterobacterales » Erwiniaceae » Erwinia » Candidatus Erwinia dacicola
Parent
Erwinia

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Local history
This name was last modified about 1 month ago
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Publications (16)

Citation Title
Siden-Kiamos et al., 2022, Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Dynamic interactions between the symbiont Candidatus Erwinia dacicola and its olive fruit fly host Bactrocera oleae
Nobre, 2021, PLOS ONE Olive fruit fly and its obligate symbiont Candidatus Erwinia dacicola: Two new symbiont haplotypes in the Mediterranean basin
Livadaras et al., 2021, Bulletin of Entomological Research Stably inherited transfer of the bacterial symbiont Candidatus Erwinia dacicola from wild olive fruit flies Bactrocera oleae to a laboratory strain
Sacchetti et al., 2019, BMC Biotechnology Olive fruit fly rearing procedures affect the vertical transmission of the bacterial symbiont Candidatus Erwinia dacicola
Bigiotti et al., 2019, BMC Biotechnology Horizontal transfer and finalization of a reliable detection method for the olive fruit fly endosymbiont, Candidatus Erwinia dacicola
Bigiotti et al., 2019, Journal of Applied Entomology Symbiosis interruption in the olive fly: Effect of copper and propolis onCandidatusErwinia dacicola
Koumandou et al., 2018, Journal of Biotechnology Genomic analysis of the endosymbiotic bacterium Candidatus Erwinia dacicola provides insights for the management of the olive pest Bactrocera oleae
Sacchetti et al., 2018, Olive fruit fly rearing procedures affect the vertical transmission of the bacterial symbiontCandidatusErwinia dacicola
Bigiotti et al., 2018, Horizontal transfer and finalization of a reliable detection method for the olive fruit fly endosymbiont,CandidatusErwinia dacicolax
Pavlidi et al., 2017, Scientific Reports Transcriptomic responses of the olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae and its symbiont Candidatus Erwinia dacicola to olive feeding



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