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Phylogenetic relationships of north American field crickets inferred from mitochondrial DNA data.
- Y. Huang, G. Ortí, M. Sutherlin, A. Duhachek, A. Zera
- Biology, Medicine
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
- 1 October 2000
A well-supported molecular phylogeny for North American Gryllus species based on a combined data set of mitochondrial (mt) DNA is presented. A total of 26 individuals representing 13 populations of… Expand
On Wheeler's method for efficiency measurement of small antennas
The Wheeler cap method is commonly used to measure the efficiency of small antennas. This method is based on the assumption that the spherical cap does not essentially disturb the near fields… Expand
Effect of selection for size of testes in boars on semen and testis traits.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of selection for increased size of testes on semen and testis characteristics. Boars from a line selected for increased size of testes at 150 d… Expand
Effect of unilateral hysterectomy and ovariectomy on puberty, uterine size and embryo development in swine.
Eighty crossbred gilts were assigned randomly to treatments: 1) removal of an ovary and ipsilateral uterine horn (UHO) at 130 d of age and removal of the remaining ovary and uterine horn 12 d… Expand
EVOLUTIONARY ENDOCRINOLOGY OF JUVENILE HORMONE ESTERASE: FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH WING POLYMORPHISM IN THE CRICKET, GRYLLUS FIRMUS
The existence, nature, and physiological consequences of genetic variation for juvenile hormone esterase (JHE) activity was studied in the wing‐polymorphic cricket, Gryllus firmus. Hemolymph (blood)… Expand