Certain Biochemical Changes in Haemolymph of Eri Silkworm, Samia Cynthia Ricini after Inoculation with Bacteria

@inproceedings{Gundeti2015CertainBC,
  title={Certain Biochemical Changes in Haemolymph of Eri Silkworm, Samia Cynthia Ricini after Inoculation with Bacteria},
  author={Ravindar Gundeti and Swetha Sudha and Geeta Rajalingam and N. Mangesh Rao},
  year={2015}
}
The insect immune system exists to protect the host from pathogenic invaders and from other harmful insults. Upon bacterial infection insect haemolymph may lead to fatal consequences and it plays a most important role in transport and storage of nutrients, amino acids and free amino acids concentrations are marked changes for substrates by the immune system… CONTINUE READING