GUO Qi



PhD student
E-mail:

guoqi@zju.edu.cn


My study focuses on the transovarial transmission of begomoviruses in whiteflies of the Bemisia tabaci species complex. In addition, I am interested in how begomoviruses enter the primary salivary gland and the ovary of the whitefly vectors.

I obtained my BSc degree in Plant Protection from Zhejiang University in 2014. During my BSc research, I participated in the study on the acquisition, retention and transmission of Papaya leaf curl China virus by two invasive whiteflies in China.

 

 


Publication

Guo T, Guo Q, Cui XY, Liu YQ, Hu J, Liu SS. 2015. Comparison of transmission of Papaya leaf curl China virus among four cryptic species of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci complex. Scientific Reports 5:15432.

Wei J, He YZ, Guo Q, Guo T, Liu YQ, Zhou XP, Liu SS, Wang XW. 2017. Vector development and vitellogenin determine the transovarial transmission of begomoviruses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114: 6746-6751.