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Samia cynthia ricini x Bombyx mori

Known as: Indian eri silkmoth x domestic silkworm, Philosamia cynthia ricini x Bombyx mori 
 
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2020
2020
Flight loss has occurred in many winged insect taxa. The flightless silkmoth Bombyx mori, is domesticated from the wild silkmoth… Expand
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2008
2008
From the different cis-elements clustered on silkmoth chorion gene promoters, C/EBP binding sites predominate. Their sequence… Expand
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2001
2001
The Pembina Nisku GG Pool was discovered in June 2001 at Rubicon et. al. 102 Pembina 06-33-049-08 W5M. In-situ permeability of… Expand
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1964
1964
INSECTS can maintain their blood trehalose at levels which are characteristic of the species and stage of development1. In the… Expand
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