Differential immune responses in new and old fruit fly-parasitoid association: Implications for their management

This study describes the immune responses of two species of pest fruit flies (Ceratitis cosyra and Bactrocera dorsalis) to two distinct parasitoid species (Diachasmimorpha longicaudata and Psytallia cosyrae) which are possible biocontrol agents.

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Name of principal investigator Samira A. Mohamed
Email of principle investigator Samira A. Mohamed
  • Collaborators: Rehemah Gwokyalya
  • Collaborators: Jeremy Herren
  • Collaborators: Fathiya Khamis
  • Collaborators: Shepard Ndlela
  • Collaborators: Christopher W. Weldon
Donor/funding agency International Development Research Centre-Centre de recherches pou le developpement international (IDRC-CRDI) and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) (grant number 109040)
Start date of project 2021-03-01
End date of project 2022-02-01
Region East Africa
  • Country: Kenya
Administrative area(s) Nairobi
Name of contact person Samira A. Mohamed
Email of contact person sfaris@icipe.org
Date uploaded 2022-07-14
Maintainer Kennedy Senagi
Email of maintainer ksenagi@icipe.org
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Acknowledgement statement Rehemah Gwokyalya was sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD) in the African Regional Postgraduate Programme in Insect Science (ARPPIS) hosted by icipe.