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Volume 6, Number 4—August 2000

Perspective

Male-Killing Bacteria in Insects: Mechanisms, Incidence, and Implications

Gregory D.D. Hurst and Francis M. Jiggins

Author affiliations: University College London, United Kingdom

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Phylogenetic relationship of male-killers and a selection of other eubacteria inferred from 16S rDNA sequences, using maximum likelihood implemented on PAUP*. The male-killing bacteria (underlined) have been labeled with the name of their insect host if a species name is not available. The relationships of the major bacterial groups are uncertain.

Figure. Phylogenetic relationship of male-killers and a selection of other eubacteria inferred from 16S rDNA sequences, using maximum likelihood implemented on PAUP*. The male-killing bacteria (underlined) have been labeled with the name of their insect host if a species name is not available. The relationships of the major bacterial groups are uncertain.

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