George H. Gerber

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Developmental rate and adult weight were studied at constant temperatures from 9.8 to 27.9°C for 18 clones from each of five populations of the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum (Harris), from locations between 39 and 53°N latitude in central North America. The response of developmental rate to temperature for each clone was accurately described by a three(More)
Developoment, growth, and survival of larvae and pupae of the red turnip beetle, Entomoscelis americana Brown, were studied in 10 constant and four alternating temperature regimes (10 to 32.5° C), in field-cages, and in natural populations in Manitoba. This beetle has a northtemperate distribution in North America. Larval and pupal development occurs in(More)
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