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    2018, Vol. 17 Issue (03): 631-639     DOI: 10.1016/S2095-3119(17)61784-2
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The damage risk evaluation of Aphis gossypii on wheat by host shift and fitness comparison in wheat and cotton
FAN Yin-jun1, LI Fen1, Abd Allah A. H. Mohammed1, 2, YI Xiao-qin1, ZHANG Min1, Nicolas Desneux3, GAO Xi-wu1  
1 Department of Entomology, College of Plant Protection, China Agricultural University, Beijing 100193, P.R.China
2 General Directorate of Plant Protection and Biological Control, Ministry of Agriculture/Animal Resources and Irrigation, Khartoum State 11111, Sudan
3 French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA), Université Côte d’Azur, CNRS, UMR 1355-7254, Institute Sophia Agrobiotech, Sophia Antipolis 06903, France
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Abstract Aphids are considered as one of the key pests for wheat production worldwide.  Major aphid species that infest wheat in China include Sitobion avenae, Rhopalosiphum padi, Schizaphis graminum and Metopolophium dirhodum.  However, during our wheat field survey in Wenshang County of Shangdong Province, China, we observed that Aphis gossypii can feed on wheat.  The damage risk of A. gossypii on wheat was assessed using host shift method.  A population of A. gossypii collected from a wheat field in 2015 and another population reared on cotton under laboratory conditions for a decade without exposure to insecticides were used in the study.  The results of host shift demonstrated that the A. gossypii colony from wheat has not yet developed wheat specialization.  Moreover, the assessment of A. gossypii fitness on wheat and cotton showed that fecundity and net reproductive rate of A. gossypii population fed on wheat was significantly higher comparing to the population fed on cotton, whether the initial host of A. gossypii population was wheat or cotton.  This study raises a warning that the cotton aphid has potential to establish well on wheat and it may cause significant effects under specific circumstances.  Therefore, future studies are required to evaluate the effects of A. gossypii on wheat production.  
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Key wordswheat     Aphis gossypii     cotton     intercropping cotton with wheat     fitness     
Received: 2017-05-10; Published: 2017-08-23

This research was supported by the Highland Barley Research System of China.

Corresponding Authors: Correspondence GAO Xi-wu, Tel: +86-10-62732974, E-mail: gaoxiwu@263.net.cn    
About author: FAN Yin-jun, E-mail: fanyinjun89@126.com;
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FAN Yin-jun, LI Fen, Abd Allah A. H. Mohammed, YI Xiao-qin, ZHANG Min, Nicolas Desneux, GAO Xi-wu. The damage risk evaluation of Aphis gossypii on wheat by host shift and fitness comparison in wheat and cotton[J]. Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 2018, 17(03): 631-639.
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