2018
DOI: 10.1590/1678-5150-pvb-5499
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Typology and distribution of antennal sensory organs of adults Haematobia irritans of the Midwest Region of Brazil

Abstract: Considering the great economic and sanitarian importance of Haematobia irritans − the development of resistance of this species to the main chemical insecticides used in its control, in several other localities of the world; as well as that different strains of the same species frequently present different types and distribution patterns −, the present aim study was to investigate the typology and distribution of different types of sensillae of H. irritans adults, from populations of this fly present in Brazil… Show more

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“…IRs are expressed in coeloconic sensilla of antennae, which are distinct from the sensilla types in which ORs are expressed. Fernandes and Pimenta [ 26 ] described coeloconic sensilla on the flagellum of the horn fly antenna. In addition to a role in olfaction, IRs are also present in labella, legs, wings, and the sacculus and arista of the antenna having a role in gustation, as well as thermosensation and hygrosensation (reviewed in [ 49 , 85 ]).…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…IRs are expressed in coeloconic sensilla of antennae, which are distinct from the sensilla types in which ORs are expressed. Fernandes and Pimenta [ 26 ] described coeloconic sensilla on the flagellum of the horn fly antenna. In addition to a role in olfaction, IRs are also present in labella, legs, wings, and the sacculus and arista of the antenna having a role in gustation, as well as thermosensation and hygrosensation (reviewed in [ 49 , 85 ]).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The distribution of sensilla on horn fly antennae, mouthparts, and the ovipositor has been described using scanning electron microscopy [ 25 , 26 , 27 , 28 ]; however, genes regulating horn fly chemosensory pathways are understudied [ 29 ]. While Domingues et al [ 30 ] published a horn fly transcriptome representing genes expressed in whole adults that survived exposure to permethrin, a pyrethroid insecticide, and permethrin plus a synergist versus untreated adults, we aimed to target genes expressed in tissues likely enriched in chemosensory gene families.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%