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Regulation of diapause.
  • D. Denlinger
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of entomology
  • 28 November 2003
TLDR
A comparison of insect diapause with other forms of dormancy in plants and animals suggests that upregulation of a subset of heat shock protein genes may be one feature common to different types of dormancies. Expand
Meeting the energetic demands of insect diapause: nutrient storage and utilization.
TLDR
It is provided evidence that interactions between nutrient storage and metabolism can influence the decision to enter diapause and determine how long to remain in diAPause, and several mechanisms that have the potential to contribute to Diapause-associated nutrient homeostasis are proposed. Expand
Energetics of insect diapause.
TLDR
Insulin signaling is discussed as a possible candidate for diapause-associated nutrient regulation including adipokinetic hormone, neuropeptide F, the cGMP-kinase For, and AMPK. Expand
Insect clocks.
TLDR
Book of insect clocks, as an amazing reference becomes what you need to get, as a source that may involve the facts, opinion, literature, religion, and many others are the great friends to join with. Expand
Up-regulation of heat shock proteins is essential for cold survival during insect diapause
TLDR
Suppressing expression of Hsp23 and Hsp70 in flies by using RNAi did not alter the decision to enter diapause or the duration of diAPause, but it had a profound effect on the pupa's ability to survive low temperatures. Expand
A Rapid Cold-Hardening Process in Insects
TLDR
An extremely rapid cold-hardening response was observed in nonoverwintering stages that confers protection against injury due to cold shock at temperatures above the supercooling point. Expand
Dormancy in tropical insects.
  • D. Denlinger
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of entomology
  • 1986
TLDR
The primary objective in this review is to dispell this myth by presenting evidence for the widespread existence of diapause among tropical species, and to identify factors implicated in regulation and some of the special problems of diAPause in the tropics. Expand
Relationship between Cold Hardiness and Diapause
TLDR
This chapter argues thatcold hardiness can be achieved independently of diapause, but cold hardiness is often a component of the diappause syndrome and the expression of diAPause frequently extends the insect’s capacity to cold harden. Expand
Continuous up-regulation of heat shock proteins in larvae, but not adults, of a polar insect
TLDR
A dichotomy in survival strategies exploited by this flightless midge at different stages of its life cycle is reported, possibly to facilitate proper protein folding in a cold habitat that is more thermally stable than that of the adults but a habitat subjected frequently to freeze-thaw episodes and bouts of pH, anoxic, and osmotic stress. Expand
Mosquito diapause.
TLDR
The study of hormonal regulation of mosquito diapause has focused primarily on adult diAPause, with little current information available on larval diapPause or the intriguing maternal effects that regulate egg diappause. Expand
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