Insects host symbiotic and parasitic microbial infections (i.e., Wolbachia, Cardinium, Spiroplasma, Rickettsia). These microbes alter reproductive biology of their hosts. Recently, significant advances in understanding the molecular biology of these processes were made. Molecular processes for both Wolbachia and Spiroplasma are now better understood. Advances have allowed new hypotheses to emerge. ICE 2020 is an opportunity to connect diverse microbial fields and define new paradigms and rails of research.
Journals participating in Peerage of Science
Available before, during and after the peer review process. All Select destinations have concurrent access to all ongoing peer review processes, and the right to make direct publishing offers to you. Note that journals may require additional in-house peer review.
Available only after the peer review process is complete. Submission to a Connect destination exports the process exclusively and cancels any existing offers from The Select destinations (the traditional "no simultaneous consideration" policy). However, you can cancel export later by exporting to another Connect destination, or by returning the process to full availability. Note that journals may require additional in-house peer review.
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