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From: Comparative transcriptome analysis of the newly discovered insect vector of the pine wood nematode in China, revealing putative genes related to host plant adaptation

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Amino acid and fatty acid composition and content between host plants Pinus koraiensis and P. tabuliformis. a Amino acid. b, c Fatty acid. Glu, glutamic acid; Asp, aspartic acid; Leu, leucine; Thr, threonine; Lys, lysine; Ala, alanine; Ser, serine; Val, valine; Pro, proline; Gly, glycine; Ile, isoleucine; His, histidine. C18:2n6c, linoleic acid; C18:1n9c, oleic acid; C16:0, palmitic acid; C20:3n6, Dihomo-γ-linolenic acid; C21:0, Heneicosylic acid; C18:0, Stearic acid; C23:0, Tricosanoic acid; C18:2n6t, Linoelaidic acid; C15:1, 10c-pentadecenoic acid; C15:0, Pentadecanoic acid; C20:1, Eicosenoic acid; C20:0; Arachidic acid; C18:1n9t, Elaidic acid; C18:3n3, α-Linolenic acid; C24:1, Nervonic acid; C14:0, Myristic acid; C20:5n3, Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA); C22:6n3, Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA); C10:0, Decanoic acid; C16:1, Palmitoleic acid; C8:0, Octanoic acid; C11:0, Undecanoic acid; C17:0, Margaric acid; C22:0, Behenic acid; C13:0, Tridecylic acid; C12:0, Lauric acid; C22:1n9, Erucic acid; C18:3n6, γ-Linolenic acid; C14:1, Myristoleic acid; C24:0, Lignoceric acid. Data are shown as mean ± SE. Different letters represent significant statistical difference at the 0.05-level

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