2020
DOI: 10.3390/insects11110816
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Chemosensory-Related Gene Family Members of the Horn Fly, Haematobia irritans irritans (Diptera: Muscidae), Identified by Transcriptome Analysis

Abstract: Horn flies are one of the most significant economic pests of cattle in the United States and worldwide. Chemical control methods have been routinely utilized to reduce populations of this pest, but the steady development of insecticide resistance has prompted evaluation of alternative control strategies. Behavior modifying compounds from natural products have shown some success in impacting horn fly populations, and a more thorough understanding of the horn fly chemosensory system would enable improvements in … Show more

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“…House fly Obp genes can be grouped into families corresponding to their D. melanogaster orthologs (Scott et al 2014). The DE Obp gene in our analysis is orthologous to Obp56h , The Obp56h family, as well as other Obp families, was greatly expanded within muscids (house fly and close relatives, including stable fly and horn fly) compared to D. melanogaster (Scott et al2014; Olafson and Saski 2020; Olafson et al 2021). In addition to LOC105261916 , seven of the remaining eight house fly Obp56h genes for which we obtained RNA-seq count data showed similar trends of greater expression in Y M than III M males, with three of these showing significant DE ( p <0.05) before an FDR correction (Fig.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 63%
“…House fly Obp genes can be grouped into families corresponding to their D. melanogaster orthologs (Scott et al 2014). The DE Obp gene in our analysis is orthologous to Obp56h , The Obp56h family, as well as other Obp families, was greatly expanded within muscids (house fly and close relatives, including stable fly and horn fly) compared to D. melanogaster (Scott et al2014; Olafson and Saski 2020; Olafson et al 2021). In addition to LOC105261916 , seven of the remaining eight house fly Obp56h genes for which we obtained RNA-seq count data showed similar trends of greater expression in Y M than III M males, with three of these showing significant DE ( p <0.05) before an FDR correction (Fig.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 63%
“…For some years now, progress has been made in the study of the olfactory system of several insect vectors of human diseases (see for example [ 35 ]). Moreover, new transcriptomic analysis techniques have made it possible to study the olfactory system of many other pest insects (see for example [ 36 , 37 ]). These types of studies could allow the discovery of species-specific components of their olfactory systems, such as odorant receptors or odorant-binding proteins (OBPs) that could be exploited to manipulate olfactory behavior in specific insects.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…gambiae [ 23 ], Ae. aegypti [ 66 ] and other insects [ 18 , 67 , 68 ]. The differences in expression profiles of chemosensory genes strongly suggested that the odor coding of antennae is far more complex and stronger than that of the maxillary palp or proboscis.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%