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Trends in Insect Molecular Biology and Biotechnology / edited by Dhiraj Kumar, Chengliang Gong.

Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (XI, 378 pages) : 89 illustrations, 80 illustrations in color.
Subjects:
Life sciences.
Biotechnology.
Animal genetics.
Entomology.
Local subjects:
Life Sciences.
Entomology.
Biotechnology.
Animal Genetics and Genomics.
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Summary:
This book provides an overview on the basics in insect molecular biology and presents the most recent developments in several fields such as insect genomics and proteomics, insect pathology and applications of insect derived compounds in modern research. The book aims to provide a common platform for the molecular entomologist to stimulate further research in insect molecular biology and biotechnology. Insects are one of the most versatile groups of the animal kingdom. Due to their large population sizes and adaptability since long they attract researchers' interest as efficient resource for agricultural and biotechnological purposes. Several economically important insects such as Silkworms, Honey Bee, Lac and Drosophila or Termites were established as invertebrate model organisms. Starting with the era of genetic engineering, a broad range of molecular and genetic tools have been developed to study the molecular biology of these insects in detail and thus opened up a new horizon for multidisciplinary research. Nowadays, insect derived products are widely used in biomedical and biotechnology industries. The book targets researchers from both academia and industry, professors and graduate students working in molecular biology, biotechnology and entomology.
Contents:
Part 1. Insect Genomics and Proteomics
1. Molecular marker assisted selection breeding in silkworm. - 2. Molecular, neuronal and behavioral mechanism of communication among insects species
3. Monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (MAHs) induced toxicity in Drosophila: how far how close?
4. Tracing of evolution of Bombyx mori on the basis of molecular studies
5. Long non coding RNA: disclosing new horizon in molecular world of insects
6. Pathogen driven proteomic changes in hemolymph of Nuclear polyhedrosis virus infected Silkworm
Part 2. Molecular Based Studies of Insect Pathology
7. Analysis of viral lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase, fusolin, and its potential application to pest control
8. Recent advances of disease monitoring in silkworm
9. Antiviral mechanism of serine protease against viral infection
10. Significance of insect derived baculovirus in research and therapeutics
11.Insect RNAi: Integrating a new tool for crop protection
12. Essential oil from Skimmia anquetilia affects egg laying behavior of insect Caryedon serratus (Olivier)
Part 3. Functions and Applications of Insect Derived Products
13. Research progress of insect origin fungus Cordycep
14. Application of recombinant insect products in modern research
15. Insect chitinolytic enzymes: structure, regulation and potential applications.-16. Relevance of insects in forensic science
17. Application of nanoparticles in modern insect molecular biology
18. Impact of nanotechnology in insect science .
Contributor:
Kumar, Dhiraj. editor.
Gong, Chengliang. editor.
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Printed edition:
ISBN:
9783319613437
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-319-61343-7 doi
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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