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《Science of Sericulture》 2008-03
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Research Progress on Functional Genes of the Tussah,Antheraea pernyi

LIU Yan-Qun1 JIANG De-Fu2(1College of Bioscience and Biotechnology,Shenyang Agricultural University,Shenyang 110161,China;2Sericultural Research Institute of Liaoning Province,Fengcheng Liaoning 118110,China)  
The tussah,Antheraea pernyi,which is originated from China,is a representative silk-producing insect of Saturnidae.It is extraordinary necessary to carry out the functional genomics as soon as possible for protecting and exploiting the gene resources of the tussah.According to the functional genes released in GenBank database,the progress of separated functional genes involved in energy,immunity,neuropeptide hormones,circadianrhythm,odorant binding protein,cuticle protein and metabolism enzymes were reviewed in this paper.The current research status was also discussed briefly.This review serves to propose some strategies for the related research.
【CateGory Index】: S885.1
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