(JHs) are important in insect life and have a dual function: in juvenile forms as status quo hormones, and in adults they show a number of regulatory tactics.
Effects of ecdysteroid agonist RH-2485 reveal interactions between ecdysteroids and juvenile hormones
in the development of Sesamia nonagrioides.
Methyl farnesoate (MF) is a sesquiterpene compound and the crustacean homolog of insect juvenile hormones
Granger, "The juvenile hormones
," in Comprehensive Molecular Insect Science, L.
Production of male neonates in Daphnia magna (Cladocera, Crustacea) exposed to juvenile hormones
and their analogs.
and juvenoids; modeling biological effects and environmental fate.
regulate metamorphosis and the quality of molting in insects (Riddiford & Evans 1994).
Washington, August 5 (ANI): A new study has demonstrated that programmed cell death - a process by which cells deliberately destroy themselves - is key to termite evolution wherein they molt from workers, to presoldiers and finally soldiers under the effect of juvenile hormones
Pyriproxifen mimics the action of the juvenile hormones
in a number of physiological processes and is a potent inhibitor of embryo-genesis, metamorphosis, and adult formation (Glancey et al.
There is also material on current research in biosynthesis inhibitors of insect chitin, juvenile hormones
of insects and their analogs, and methods for researching insecticides.
Biologists hope to recapture the oldest kits before their juvenile hormones
stimulate them to disperse.
55) This "chemical castration" is rarely prescribed for juvenile sex offenders because of issues of informed consent, medical supervision, and the fluctuation of juvenile hormones