Acheta


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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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BLAST analyses of an 800bp sequence from Acheta domesticus have identified a 200-amino acid open-reading frame with a 70% identity to SAICAR synthetase, an important enzyme in the biosynthesis of purines.
The role of chemo-reception in sex recognition by male crickets: Acheta domesticus and Teleogryllus oceanicus.
Acheta domesticus ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno a 'house cricket' yn Saesneg.
This experiment was performed on female Acheta domesticus demonstrating a substantially greater plasticity in the behavioral choices made after intra-cellular injection of picrotoxin (PTX) into the left ventral portion of the prothoracic ganglia.
50 E 9:40 THE EFFECTS OF AGE AND SEXUAL EXPERIENCE ON THE MATING SUCCESS OF THE MALE HOUSE CRICKET, ACHETA DOMESTICUS E.
Although it is far better to use wild-caught crickets, I have also used Acheta domesticus, the brown cricket available at pet stores and bait shops.
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In the house cricket Acheta domesticus, flight muscle histolysis is induced by juvenile hormone (JH) and is and example of active programmed cell death.
Shin Shim, and Kelley Moody, Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University ("Effects of Exogenous Juvenile Hormone on Vitellogenesis in the Cricket, Acheta domesticus (L.
1996) and the wolf spider Schizocosa ocreata (Hentz 1844) is attracted to substrates previously occupied by the cricket Acheta domesticus (Persons & Uetz 1996).
Nymphs and adults of the cricket Acheta domesticus also showed a feeding rhythm (Nowosielski & Patton 1963).
During vitellogenesis, the fat body of Acheta domesticus produces and secretes two multisubunit vitellogenins (VGs; 352 kDa and 357 kDa) into the hemolymph.