Locusta migratoria

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Noun1.Locusta migratoria - Old World locust that travels in vast swarms stripping large areas of vegetationLocusta migratoria - Old World locust that travels in vast swarms stripping large areas of vegetation
locust - migratory grasshoppers of warm regions having short antennae
genus Locusta, Locusta - a genus of Acrididae
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(2013), showed that the GA3 caused a significant reduction in the hemolymph protein content of fifth instar larvae of Locusta migratoria migratoria, when applied topically or by forced ingestion.
In a recent publication, the genetic background of albinism and the related molecular biology of corazonin were studied in two species of locusts, Locusta migratoria (L.) and Schistocerca gregaria (Forsk.).
The treatments based on acetone extracts of Calotropis procera against imagos of Schistocerca gregaria and Locusta migratoria have been very convincing due to the speed and efficiency of the action of said plant, on mortality and on haemogram of treated locusts.
Freeman (1968) demonstrated that as little as 2[micro]l of Locusta migratoria L.
Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria capito) have formed up and moved out of
Although much effort has been directed toward understanding the hormonal control of egg maturation in other orthoperans, most notably Locusta migratoria (Glinka et al., 1995; Glinka and Wyatt, 1996; Sevala et al., 1995; Wyatt et al., 1996), Belyaeva's work is the only study to date directly concerned with the endocrine control of ovarian growth in A.
Hakomori T, Tanaka S (1992) Genetic control of diapause and other developmental traits in Japanese strains of the migratory locust, Locusta migratoria L.: univoltine vs.
In the present work we studied the haemolymphatic reaction of Locusta migratoria treated with 3 strains of Bacillus thuringiensis
The membrane-bound trehalase presents high activity in Locusta migratoria flight muscle, whereas the soluble trehalase does not appear to have obvious activity in flight muscle (Wegener et al.