The hemolymph of each noctuid species successfully parasitized by Chelonus near curvimaculatus possessed a parasitism-specific protein (PSP) previously identified in host T. ni (Insect Biochem. 19:445; 21:845). Expression of PSP occurred in a stage-specific manner in the stadium during which the host undergoes precocious metamorphosis. The appearance of the protein was not due to nutritional stress associated with parasitism of hosts, since starved nonparasitized larvae did not produce the protein, or to low juvenile hormone titers occurring in precociously metamorphosing hosts, but rather was dependent on the presence of the endoparasite larva.
A 24 kDa parasitism-specific protein (PSP24) occurs in the hemolymph of larvae and pharate pupae of the Caribbean fruit fly, Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera: Tephritidae) after parasitization of larvae by the wasp Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Dl) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). PSP24 occurs as isoforms of pI 6.
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