Rearing of ectoparasitoid Diapetimorpha introita on an artificial diet: supplementation with insect cell line-derived factors

@article{Ferkovich2004RearingOE,
  title={Rearing of ectoparasitoid Diapetimorpha introita on an artificial diet: supplementation with insect cell line-derived factors},
  author={S. Ferkovich and J. Morales-Ramos and M. Rojas and H. Oberlander and J. Carpenter and P. Greany},
  journal={BioControl},
  year={2004},
  volume={44},
  pages={29-45}
}
We investigated the use of two insect cell lines to improve an artificial diet (DI) for the pupal ectoparasitoid Diapetimorpha introita. DI was supplemented with Grace's culture medium conditioned with IPL-LdFB, a cell line derived from fat body of the gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar (FBCell diet), and with Grace's medium conditioned with Sf9, a cell line derived from ovaries of the fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (Sf9Cell diet). The diets were also chemically analyzed for nutrients and any… Expand

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