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    • ...in the parasitic honeybee mite Varroa destructor using nanoLC-MS/MS (... ...detected from the currently uncharacterized Varroa destructor Macula-like virus (VdMLV)... ...the presence of virions in Varroa. Also, matches between the... ..., virions accumulate in the Varroa gut via hemolymph feeding...
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    • Varroa destructor infestation of Apis mellifera colonies... ...the Deformed wing virus, the Varroa destructor virus-1, the Acute... ...but viruses exclusively associated with Varroa were not found. To... ...with- or infect V. destructor we performed deep sequencing (... ...in Varroa-infested...
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    • Varroa destructor mites express strong avoidance of... ...remains unknown. We identified a Varroa toxic protein (VTP),... ...propose a modified mechanism for Varroa mite avoidance of worker brood... ...including the worker larvae blocking Varroa mite reproduction and Varroa mites killing worker...
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    • ...organism we used the mite Varroa destructor, a key parasite of... ...two physiological stages for the Varroa foreleg, the site of... ...co-receptor, IR25a, in Varroa as well as in other... ...for this IR25a-like in Varroa chemosensing.
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    • .... During the same period, Varroa mites prick the defenseless host... ...identify proteome differences between emerging Varroa-parasitized and parasite-free honeybees... ...showed that the combination of Varroa parasitism and DWV clinical signs... ...as those of Varroa alone and were... ...Varroa...
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    • ...clothianidin, and the ectoparasite, Varroa destructor, was examined by measuring... ...increased DWV levels. V. destructor shared a higher proportion of... ...that the effects of V. destructor were more pervasive than those... .... Clothianidin and V. destructor affected DEGs from different...
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    • In honey bees, Varroa sensitive hygiene (VSH) behaviour... ...brood parasitised by the mite Varroa destructor, can actively participate in... ...the survival of colonies facing Varroa outbreaks. This study investigated... .... Interestingly, Deformed wing virus/Varroa destructor virus infections...
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    • ...infestation by the parasitic mite Varroa destructor and its associated viruses,... ...have developed a specific behaviour (varroa-sensitive hygiene, or VSH)... ...selective. Here we show that varroa-infested brood produce uniquely identifiable...
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    • ...stressors, including the parasitic mite Varroa destructor and a number of pathogenic... ...in the absence of V. destructor. We analysed 1,240A.... ...mellifera populations independently of V. destructor. Placing these results in... ...co-pathogenic interaction of V. destructor and DWV is a key...
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    • The ectoparasitic mite, Varroa destructor, is the most severe... ...the genetic structure of V. destructor in the mite-resistant A... ...more pronounced in the V. destructor population infesting the mite-resistant... ...These results suggest that V. destructor populations are reciprocating, in...
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    • ...the spread of its vector, Varroa destructor. In this study, we... ...genomes. The isolate from a Varroa-tolerant bee colony was characterized... ...DWV and the closely related Varroa destructor virus-1 (VDV-1)... ...from the colony using conventional Varroa management was similar to the...
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    • ...challenged by the ectoparasitic mite Varroa destructor, and the numerous harmful... ...it vectors. Existing pesticide-based Varroa controls are not sustainable.... ...brood signals are induced by Varroa and Deformed Wing Virus,... ...behavior is present in Varroa-infested brood extracts, 2...
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    • The ecto-parasitic mite Varroa destructor has transformed the previously inconsequential... ...has long been speculated that Varroa via immunosuppression of the bees... ...Here we show that despite Varroa feeding on a population of... ...to the evolution of low Varroa reproduction rates. So the...
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    • The Varroa mite, Varroa destructor, is an acarine ecto-... ...real colonies. We show that Varroa mites prefer nurses over both... ...show that this preference maximizes Varroa fitness, although due to... ...Our results suggest that the Varroa mite is a highly adapted...
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    • ...case for the ectoparasitic mite Varroa destructor, which switched hosts from... ...are more susceptible to V. destructor infestations than those of its... ...honey bees due to V. destructor infestations worldwide.
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