[Metodos de crianza en laboratorio que promueven endogamia tienen un impacto negativo en la aptitud de Mastrus ridens Horstmann (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), un parasitoide usado para controlar polilla del manzano]

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Autor:Bueno, Erick; Romero, Alda; Osorio, Ivan; Zaviedo, Tania

Classical and augmentation biological control depend on the successful laboratory rearing of natural enemies, but rearing methods can affect the success and productivity of a laboratory colony. One process that can occur during rearing is the loss of genetic variability due to inbreeding. The aim of this study was to examine the influence of rearing methods with and without inbreeding in Mastrus ridens Horstmann, a hymenopteran parasitoid specialist of the codling moth (Cydia pomonella [L.]), on several fitness traits. Traits of females from mixed and endogamous populations resulting from different rearing methods were compared, as well as traits of females from the same population subjected to sib-mating or outbreeding. Longevity, parasitism, total fecundity, and number of sons were similar for females in both evaluations

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Bueno, Erick, Romero, Alda, Osorio, Ivan y Zaviedo, Tania (2017) [Metodos de crianza en laboratorio que promueven endogamia tienen un impacto negativo en la aptitud de Mastrus ridens Horstmann (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), un parasitoide usado para controlar polilla del manzano] [en línea].Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research Disponible en: https://biblioteca.inia.cl/handle/123456789/38721 (Consultado: ).
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