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Two new species of nemoura from China (Plecoptera, nemouridae)
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The type of the new species is somewhat similar to N. trispinosa Claassen, but can be easily separated from the latter by the shape of outer lobe, cercus and ventral sclerite. Expand
Effect of temperature on life table parameters of Leptocybe invasa (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae)
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The results showed that farmers or managers of forests could predict the population dynamics of the wasp and adopt physical or chemical methods to control it according to the temperature, and the intrinsic rate of natural increase indicates that L. invasa population growth is likely to be greatest at 29°C. Expand
The Abundance and Population Dynamics of Leptocybe invasa (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) Galls on Eucalyptus spp. in China
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Gall volume significantly differed among the tree species, and gall volume and wasp number were positively correlated. Expand
new species of Amphinemura (Plecoptera: Nemouridae) from China
Amphinemura elongata, a new species of Nemouridae (Plecoptera) from China is described. Remarks on relationships with the closest species, A. fleurdelia Wu, are given.
Sequence Evolution and Expression of the Androgen Receptor and Other Pathway-Related Genes in a Unisexual Fish, the Amazon Molly, Poecilia formosa, and Its Bisexual Ancestors
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The sequence evolution and gene expression of the duplicated genes coding for androgen receptors (ars) and other pathway-related genes, i.e., the estrogen receptors and cytochrome P450, family19, subfamily A, aromatase genes (cyp19as), in the Amazon molly are studied in comparison to its bisexual ancestors. Expand
Allele-specific expression at the androgen receptor alpha gene in a hybrid unisexual fish, the Amazon molly (Poecilia formosa)
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Estimation of ASE of the androgen receptor alpha (arα) gene in several distinct tissues of Amazon mollies found an allelic bias favoring the maternal ancestor (P. mexicana) allele in ovarian tissue and an association between an Indel in a known CpG island and differential expression. Expand
Effect of host egg age and contact time on the parasitic capacity of Telenomus remus (Hymenoptera:Scelionidae)
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6 h-old second-day eggs of S.exigua are the most suitable hosts for mass production of T.remus, and that 24 h of contact is enough to ensure a high rate of parasitism, are suggested. Expand
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