Seasonal changes of glycogen/trehalose contents, supercooling points and survival rate in mature larvae of the overwintering soybean pod borer Leguminivora glycinivorella

@article{Shimada1984SeasonalCO,
  title={Seasonal changes of glycogen/trehalose contents, supercooling points and survival rate in mature larvae of the overwintering soybean pod borer Leguminivora glycinivorella},
  author={K. Shimada and S. Sakagami and K. Honma and H. Tsutsui},
  journal={Journal of Insect Physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={30},
  pages={369-373}
}
Abstract The mature larvae of the soybean pod borer Leguminivora glycinivorella, spend over 9 months (October-next August) in the inactive state until pupation down to 3 cm below the surface in soil. Trehalose content of inactive larvae increases in early winter, attaining a maximum (ca 30 mg/g), and decreases in spring, with a concomitant decrease and increase of glycogen. The median supercooling points seasonally change from −19.8°C (October) to −25.0°C (February), and to −17.0°C (June). The… Expand
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