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“…The compartmentalization strategy sequesters the symbionts in specialized cells, creating a favorable environment for their metabolic activity, and keeping them under control while avoiding overproliferation and virulence. The bacteriomes are therefore found in many insect species, including aphids [55], planthoppers [56], cicadas [57], and beetles [58]. Although very common, little is known about the evolution and immune modulation inside the bacteriomes, as well as on their formation and maintenance.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…The compartmentalization strategy sequesters the symbionts in specialized cells, creating a favorable environment for their metabolic activity, and keeping them under control while avoiding overproliferation and virulence. The bacteriomes are therefore found in many insect species, including aphids [55], planthoppers [56], cicadas [57], and beetles [58]. Although very common, little is known about the evolution and immune modulation inside the bacteriomes, as well as on their formation and maintenance.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The compartmentalization strategy sequesters the symbionts in specialized cells, creating a favorable environment for their metabolic activity and keeping them under control while avoiding overproliferation and virulence. The bacteriomes are therefore found in many insect species, including aphids [ 55 ], planthoppers [ 56 ], cicadas [ 57 ], and beetles [ 58 ]. Although very common, little is known about the evolution and immune modulation inside the bacteriomes, as well as their formation and maintenance.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Among these 23 species (including Subpsaltria yangi ) that harbour YLS, Hodgkinia was detected in the bacteriomes based on neither a diagnostic PCR method nor fluorescence microscopy. In regard to S. yangi , a few OTUs (six) harboured in the bacteriomes were identified as an unclassified Rhizobiales bacterium using high‐throughput 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing method in a previous study (Wang et al ., 2018); however, they were confirmed to be Hodgkinia recently using molecular phylogenetic analysis (Wang et al ., 2021). The reason why Hodgkinia in S. yangi could be detected using neither diagnostic PCR nor microscopy could be due to the 16S rRNA gene of Hodgkinia that had been horizontally transferred to Sulcia or the host cicadas (Schouls et al ., 2003; Husnik et al ., 2013), or because the number of Hodgkinia cells in the bacteriomes might be extremely low.…”
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“…The results of our present study show that symbionts harboured in the examined cicada species are very complex among species, which can be divided into at least five categories according to the identity and distribution of Sulcia, Hodgkinia and YLS (see above) (Table 1). In addition, three other patterns can be added to the categories according to the results of previous studies: i) Sulcia, Hodgkinia and related secondary symbiont(s) harboured in bacteriocytes of bacteriomes, with fat bodies harbouring no symbiont (Huang et al, 2020); ii) Sulcia harboured in bacteriocytes of bacteriomes and YLS in cells of bacteriome sheath, with fat bodies harbouring no symbiont (Matsuura et al, 2018); and iii) Sulcia and maybe also Hodgkinia (awaiting for further investigation and argument) harboured in bacteriocytes of bacteriomes, with fat bodies harbouring only YLS (Wang et al, 2018(Wang et al, , 2021. A schematic diagram (Fig.…”
Section: Complexity Of Symbionts In Cicadasmentioning