multivoltine


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mul·ti·vol·tine

 (mŭl′tĭ-vōl′tēn)
adj.
Producing more than one brood in a single season: multivoltine moths.

[multi- + French -voltine, having a given number of broods in one season (from Italian volta, time, turn; see volt2).]

multivoltine

(ˌmʌltɪˈvɒltaɪn)
adj
(Zoology) entomol (of an organism) producing more than two broods or generations per year
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ruficeps to be a multivoltine species without a diapause period.
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They are usually multivoltine with several generations at low latitudes (Nikbakhtzadeh and Tirgari, 2008).
Whiteflies are multivoltine and polyphagous and can survive and develop on a wide variety of alternative plant species in the absence of the main commercial crops.
Thus, species with slow larval (embryonic) growth rates are usually semelparous and univoltine, but can be iteroparous by precocious birth of larvae (embryos), and multivoltine by accelerated growth of semelparous individuals.