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Differences in mating strategies in two closely related small ermine moth species (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae)
The degree of polyandry in a species is linked to other life history traits such as egg maturation, life span, and male ejacu- late size and quality. The study of differences in mating strategiesExpand
Inheritance and linkage of isozymes in Yponomeuta padellus (Lepidoptera, Yponomeutidae)
None of the female-informative loci in this study satisfied the criterion of strict segregation of one allele to sons and the other to daughters, so the method of forbidden recombinants and its utility in the study of chromosomal evolution in Yponomeuta are discussed. Expand
Host race formation in the two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)
The two-spotted spider mite is an important pest of many agricultural crops, including tomato and cucumber, which are often grown simultaneously, in neighbouring compartments, or alternately, in the same compartment, in greenhouses in the Netherlands. Expand
Genetical population structure of Trechisibus antarcticus (Coleoptera; Car abidae) on South Georgia and on the Falkland islands
Analysis of samples of Trechisibus antarcticus collected on South Georgia and the Falkland Islands showed absence of rare alleles in the South Georgia sample, but otherwise a high similarity between the two populations. Expand
Innovative solutions to old problems
This article describes the development of a tool for measurement and evaluation of track quality in terms of maintenance and vehicle response. The Netherlands railway infrastructure company ProRailExpand