ITS sequence as barcode for identifying closely related species of Chelonus blackburni Cameron, and Apanteles angaleti Mueseback, a biocontrol agent of cotton ecosystem
The most important point for the success or failure of biological control is the correct identification of the pest or the natural enemy especially when either the pest or the natural enemy has closely related species that are often morphologically indistinguishable differing only in their behavior and physiology. In the current, the ITS sequences (Internal Transcribed Spacer) of two parasitoid ... Read more