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Guarding, Aggressive Behavior, and Mating Success in Male Twospotted Spider Mites,
Males of Tetranychus urticae are attracted to quiescent ♀ deutonymphs, where they remain in attendance until the female ecdyses and mating is accomplished. Fighting may occur between males when moreExpand
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The Oribatid Genera of the World
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A Numerical Phenetic Study of the Quill Mites of the Family Syringophilidae (Acari)
A numerical phenetic study, based on 43 OTU's (species) and 83 characters, was carried out on this potentially large but homogeneous group of mites. The MCD values computed from the standardized dataExpand
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Aggression and Mating Success in Male Spider Mites
Male Tetranychus urticae search for and defend quiescent pharate females. Intruding males may be threatened or attacked. Fights involve pushing and grappling with the forelegs, jousting with theExpand
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Biochemical changes during ripening of some sudanese date varieties
Changes in the chemical composition of three popular Sudanese varieties of date (Jawa, Bentamoda and Mishrig Wad Laggai) during ripening are described and are related to changes in texture and in theExpand
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CYP2E1 expression in human lymphocytes from various ethnic populations.
BACKGROUND Monitoring CYP2E1 levels in alcoholic individuals holds inherent appeal because such determinations might indicate individuals at increased risk for alcoholic liver disease. We previouslyExpand
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Observations on postembryonic development in Eutrombicula splendens (Acari-Acariformes).
Posternbryonic development in Eutrombicula Splendens includes the following instars: prelarva, larva, protonymph, deutonymph, tritonymph, and adult. Prelarva and larva bear Claparede's organ; theExpand
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