monocytogenes cells exhibited significant morphological changes including coccid
cell formation, clumping of cytoplasm or leakage of cytoplasmic contents through pore formation and membrane bleb formation (Figure 2).
Invasive Argentine ants reduce fitness of red maple via a mutualism with an endemic coccid
Research presented here explored the relationship between zooplankton feeding behavior and cyanobacteria morphology, specifically, how resident ECR zooplankton growth was affected by filamentous versus coccid
Dyes may have been, too, including the famous West Asian qirmis, a dye derived from the dried bodies of several insects of the coccid
scutellaris) are widely distributed in the world; in Mexico, they are parasitoids of other coccid
Seasonal incidence of economically important coccid
pests in Tamil Nadu, pp.
However, there are some commonalities as well, with flies, thrips, chalcid wasps, coccid
bugs (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha), and a few beetles and moths inducing gall formation.
A Classification of the Higher Groups and Genera of the Coccid
The authors are grateful to Dr Eleonora Eugenia Kozubsky from the National University of La Plata for provides us a control sample of coccids
and to Dr Martin Fugassa of the Biology Department from the National University of Mar del Plata, for technical assistance.
Observations on the association of ants with coccids
Feeding habits, post embryonic and adult survival, mating, virility and fecundity of the predacious mite Amblyseius swirskii (Acarina: Phytoseiidae) on some coccids
The genus Torvothrips includes only parasitoid species within galls of the coccids
, Olliffiella spp.