CECP22 protein, Calpodes ethlius
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The presence of Calpodes ethlius (Stoll, 1782) is confirmed from the Azapa valley, Arica Province, northern Chile, based on… Expand In insects, holoferritin is easily visible in the vacuolar system of tissues that filter the hemolymph and, at least in… Expand Larvae of Calpodes ethlius (Lepidoptera) reared at 22 degrees C die after 1 h at 45 degrees C, but they acquire the ability to… Expand Abstract 1. 1. The whole silk of Calpodes ethlius is rich in aspartic acid, serine, glutamic acid, proline and glycine. 2. 2. The… Expand Tissue responses to the brain and prothoracic glands divide the 5th larval stage of Calpodes into three phases of development… Expand The relationship between muscles and the components of the integument in muscle insertions have been studied with the electron… Expand The cuticulin layer is defined as the dense lamina (120–175 Å thick in Calpodes larvae, depending upon the stage) forming the… Expand Larvae of Calpodes ethlius have an area of integument specialized for the secretion of long hollow filaments of wax. The… Expand