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Genus Meloidogyne parasitizes and causes galling on host roots with heavy yield losses. Meloidogyne arenaria (Neal 1889) Chitwood 1949, one of the major species, is found in Japan and can be divided into two genotypes: M. arenaria A2-J and A2-O. Whereas the latter is typical M. arenaria, the...
Insect juvenile hormone (JH)-binding protein (JHBP) transports JH in the hemolymph. The JHBP gene is a member of the takeout gene superfamily, which has more than 10 genes belonging to each species and that play different physiological roles. To characterize these genes, expression analysis of...
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