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Title: AOX in parasitic nematodes – a matter of lifestyle?
Authors: Valadas, Vera
Espada, Margarida
Nobre, Tânia
Mota, Manuel
Arnholdt-Schmit, B
Editors: Gupta KJ, Mur LAJ, Neelwarne B
Keywords: AOX
parasitic nematodes
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Oxford.
Citation: Valadas V, Espada M, Nobre T, Mota M and Arnholdt-Schmitt B (2015). AOX in parasitic nematodes – a matter of lifestyle? Cap. 14.4, Pp. 315-318, Section B: From AOX diversity to functional marker development. In Gupta KJ, Mur LAJ, Neelwarne B (eds.) Alternative respiratory pathways in higher plants. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Oxford.
Abstract: Research on AOX in nematodes is scarce. Within our research group, we aim to confirm the existence of alternative oxidase in nematodes and explore its involvement in the animal’s metabolism related to its lifestyle (including plant attacks). Here we present our hypothesis that the presence of this gene family in nematodes is a function of their lifestyle.Validation of a role of AOX in nematode parasitism might be useful in support of a strategy development against nematode attacks through bio-protection.
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