transovarial

transovarial

passing infection from one generation to another through the egg.

transovarial

via the ovary. The infectious agent, often a virus, is passed to the fetus in the ovum, having been infected from the dam's circulation. A common occurrence in ticks and other arthropods, e.g. babesiosis in ticks.
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SFTSV Infection of Ticks by Acquisition Feeding and Tick Transovarial Transmission of SFTSV
Transovarial transmission of dengue virus in the Aedes vectors is now a well-documented phenomenon reported from many parts of the endemic areas in the world.
Infected female mosquitoes may also transmit the virus to their offsprings by transovarial (via the eggs) transmission, but the role of this in sustaining transmission of the virus to humans is not yet been defined3.
The CHIK virus is also known to spread through transovarial transmission in the mosquitoes and possible sylvatic cycles (17).
Infected female mosquitoes may also transmit the virus to their offspring by transovarial (via the eggs) transmission, but the role of this in sustaining transmission of the virus to humans has not yet been defined.
Viral izolatlar, Hyalomma Marginatum'un sahada toplanan yumurtalarindan, beslenmemis immatur donemlerinden, transovarial gecislerden (yani enfekte anneden yumurta donemine geciste) ve transstadia (larvadan nimfe, eriskine) tasinan donemlerde elde edilmistir.
Having published first report of transovarial transmission of dengue virus by Ae.
thermophilus Kenk and Wilson 1985, transovarial transmission mechanism in the symbiont may operate in these vent mussels (Cary & Giovannoni 1993).
triseriatus mosquitoes collected near the presumed site of infection in this case verifies transovarial maintenance and the ecologic importance of the endemic vector in Tennessee.
Preliminary findings of Bagaza virus (Flavivirus: Flaviviridae) growth kinetics, transmission potential and transovarial transmission in three species of mosquitoes.
Growth and transovarial transmission of Chandipura virus (Rhabdoviridae: Vesiculovirus) in Phlebotomus papatasi.