PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES DURING INSECT DEVELOPMENT

@inproceedings{Agrell1973PHYSIOLOGICALAB,
  title={PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES DURING INSECT DEVELOPMENT},
  author={I. Agrell and A. Lundquist},
  year={1973}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter explores the various physiological and biological changes occurring in an insect's body during the various stages of the insect's development. Insects taken together as a group exhibit a continuing series of physiological transformations. This includes the most fundamental courses of events, for example, the regulatory capacity of the egg and the degree of metamorphosis the insect undergoes nearing full maturity. The cleidoic insect egg represents a closed system… Expand
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