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Bacterial diversity shift determined by different dietes in the gut of the spotter wing fly Drosophila suzukii is primarily reflected on acetic acid bacteria

By E Crotti, V Vacchini, E Gonella, Em Prosdocimi, F Mazzetto, B Chouaia, F Callegari, F Mapelli, Mauro Mandrioli, A Alma and D. Daffonchio

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AAB massively colonized the insect gut with infection rates of 90 and 92% in fruit-fed and artificial diet-fed individuals, respectively. 16S rRNA gene pyrosequencing showed a differentiation of the bacterial microbiota of guts from insects fed with the two diets. The exclusion of AAB-related OTUs from the analysis showed a lack of the clustering pattern, suggesting that the diet-based diversification of the community is primarily reflected on AAB components. AAB alpha-diversity was also influenced by diet. Data suggested an AAB role in the gut response of D. suzukii to diet modification

Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:iris.unimore.it:11380/1124177
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