Interação vírus/vetor para pulgões (Hemiptera: Aphididae) e mosca-branca (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)

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https://doi.org/10.35699/2447-6218.2019.15153

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Controle de insetos, Interação molecular vírus-vetor, Manejo integrado de pragas, RNAi

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O impacto provocado por afídeos e mosca-branca, tem crescido consideravelmente nas últimas décadas, devido ao aumento nos casos de surtos populacionais destas pragas que são transmissoras de vírus em diversas culturas de importância econômica. A aquisição e a transmissão da maioria dos vírus fitopatogênicos por um inseto vetor é o ponto central para o ciclo de uma infecção. Os vírus de plantas podem interagir com seus hospedeiros de insetos em uma variedade de formas, em alguns casos inclusive a replicação do vírus pode ocorrer em células do inseto. A interação do vírus com seus inseto hospedeiro/vetor requer interações moleculares específicas entre vírus e hospedeiro, comumente via proteínas, no entanto, quais componentes do vetor estão envolvidos e como eles funcionam para facilitar a transmissão ainda não está bem entendido. O objetivo do presente trabalho foi realizar uma revisão sistemática sobre as relações básicas de vírus/vetor em afídeos e mosca-branca; mostrar as práticas utilizadas atualmente no manejo integrado de pragas para afídeos e mosca-branca, além disso, relatar como as interações vetoriais de inseto estão abrindo novas portas para o controle de insetos vetores de vírus de plantas com o uso de novas tecnologias genéticas e computacionais. O presente estudo seguiu a metodologia de revisão sistemática, o trabalho foi conduzido em etapas que envolveram o desenvolvimento do protocolo de revisão com as questões da pesquisa, a estratégia de busca, a identificação dos critérios de inclusão e exclusão, a busca nas bases de dados previamente definidas, avaliação crítica, extração dos dados relevantes e síntese. A identificação dos artigos foi realizada na base de dados PUBMED www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/. Foi concluído que é necessário aliar o uso de novas tecnologias como o RNAi com as ferramentas já utilizadas no manejo integrado de pragas para uma maior efetividade do controle de pulgão e mosca-branca, contudo, o contínuo estudo e aplicação de novas tecnologias moleculares na investigação de interações vírus-vetor fornecerá maior ajuda no controle das doenças virais de plantas disseminadas por pulgão e mosca-branca no futuro.

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Oliveira, A. M. E. de, Cardoso, L., Ericsson, D. B. de C., Xavier, M. A. de S., Bicalho, T. F. ., & Xavier, A. R. E. de O. . (2019). Interação vírus/vetor para pulgões (Hemiptera: Aphididae) e mosca-branca (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae). Caderno De Ciências Agrárias, 11, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.35699/2447-6218.2019.15153

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