T. A. Triselyova

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Phylogenetic relations between groups of frit fly species from the genus Meromyza were studied on the mtDNA COI locus and on the morphology of the male reproductive apparatus. Branching of the phylogenetic tree constructed by the Neighbor-Joining method unites sequences of samples from species of the genus Meromyza in five clusters with high support. It was(More)
The influence of sterilizing doses of X-radiation on the formation of adult antennae during the pupa period of development of Archips podana was studied. We found a change in the number of coeloconic and auriculate sensilla in those imago whose pupae were exposed to radiation. A slow-down in the process of antennae formation at the pupal stage was(More)
The dynamics of circadian activity in adult frit flies of the Holarctic species Meromyza saltatrix (L.) from Mongolian, Moscow, and Polish populations was studied. Synchronous peaks of activity were revealed with the periodicity multiple of three–four hours, which may depend on the level of light. The direct effect of temperature and humidity on the(More)
The influence of precocene II, an antijuvenile agent, on the development of adult antennae in the large fruit-tree tortrix A. podana Scop. was demonstrated. Treatment of the fifth instar larvae and prepupae with different doses of precocene proved to cause different sensitivity of the specimens to the juvenile hormone deficit. Treatment with 450 and 600 μg(More)
The variability of the mtDNA locus COI and morphology of male reproductive structures were analyzed in a monomorphic (Panolis flammea) and a polymorphic (Archips podana) moth species. The level of population heterogeneity was related to reproductive behavior and the feeding range. In P. flammea, in contrast to A. podana, copulation does not depend on(More)
We have studied distribution of mass species of flies Meromyza acuminata and M. nigrofasciata on the cereal fields of Mongolia. By the beginning of July, coming from the areas near the industrial wheat fields, M. acuminata had dominated on those fields. M. nigrofasciata was found on wild cereals. The highest number of M. acuminata was on the wheat, less on(More)
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