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Plos One : Characterization of Haemaphysalis Flava Acari ; Ixodidae from Qingling Subspecies of Giant Panda Ailuropoda Melanoleuca Qinlingensis in Qinling Mountains Central China by Morphology and Molecular Markers, Volume 8

By Langsley, Gordon

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Title: Plos One : Characterization of Haemaphysalis Flava Acari ; Ixodidae from Qingling Subspecies of Giant Panda Ailuropoda Melanoleuca Qinlingensis in Qinling Mountains Central China by Morphology and Molecular Markers, Volume 8  
Author: Langsley, Gordon
Volume: Volume 8
Language: English
Subject: Journals, Science, Medical Science
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary)
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Publisher: Plos

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Langsley, G. (n.d.). Plos One : Characterization of Haemaphysalis Flava Acari ; Ixodidae from Qingling Subspecies of Giant Panda Ailuropoda Melanoleuca Qinlingensis in Qinling Mountains Central China by Morphology and Molecular Markers, Volume 8. Retrieved from http://worldebookfair.com/


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Description : Tick is one of important ectoparasites capable of causing direct damage to their hosts and also acts as vectors of relevant infectious agents. In the present study, the taxa of 10 ticks, collected from Qinling giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca qinlingensis) in Qinling Mountains of China in April 2010, were determined using morphology and molecular markers (nucleotide ITS2 rDNA and mitochondrial 16S). Microscopic observation demonstrated that the morphological features of these ticks were similar to Haemaphysalis flava. Compared with other Haemaphysalis species, genetic variations between Haemaphysalis collected from A. m. qinlingensis and H. flava were the lowest in ITS2 rDNA and mitochondrial 16S, with sequence differences of 2.06%–2.40% and 1.30%–4.70%, respectively. Phylogenetic relationships showed that all the Haemaphysalis collected from A. m. qinlingensis were grouped with H. flava, further confirmed that the Haemaphysalis sp. is H. flava. This is the first report of ticks in giant panda by combining with morphology and molecular markers. This study also provided evidence that combining morphology and molecular tools provide a valuable and efficient tool for tick identification.

 

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