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Noun1.Acheta - common house and field cricketsAcheta - common house and field crickets  
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Acheta domestica, European house cricket - lives in human dwellings; naturalized in parts of America
Acheta assimilis, field cricket - common American black cricket; attacks crops and also enters dwellings
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Phonotactic behavior in female crickets Acheta domesticus and its underlying neural circuits have been the focus of multiple studies.
Pandinus imperator (Koch) feed on the common house cricket Acheta domesticus (Linnaeus, 1758) and do not use their venom to subdue prey.
Food was provided every 15 days with three types of preys: Tenebrio molitor larvae, Acheta domestica crickets and several species of cockroaches.
occupational allergy, cricket allergens, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, Gryllidae, Acheta domesticus, Gryllus bimaculatus, Gryllus campestris
En 1991, et apres avoir occupe differents lieux, le groupe acheta la synagogue Poele Zedek, qui avait brule en 1988.
Digestive enzymes in the house cricket Acheta domesticus with special reference to amylase.
Fluid secretion by single isolated Malpighian tubules of the house cricket, Acheta domesticus, and their response to diuretic hormone.
Son sang acheta son independance; et il n'a ete accorde a aucun pied etranger hostile de fouler en paix son sol sacre (15) (M.
Insect farming is a new field; cricket farming for human consumption with Gryllus bimaculatus, the native cricket and Acheta domesticus, the house cricket, has been practiced in Thailand, Laos and Viet Nam for some years while in temperate regions mealworms have been cultivated for fish bait and crickets and grasshoppers for pet food.
DeFoliart, "Protein quality of the house cricket, Acheta domesticus, when fed to broiler chicks," Poultry Science,vol 66, no.
Octavien, emerveille, acheta vingt mille sesterces l'oiseau complimenteur.
The original illustrations in some papers include the figures of distinctly asymmetric RCC (with the biased CC) of house crickets, Acheta domestica (Belyaeva 1964; Neuhauser et al.