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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glycinivorella, which is similar to RNAi in Locusta migratoria manilensis (Meyen) (Orthoptera: Acrididae) (Whyard et al.
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.
Contrary to this, Hieroglyphus nigrorepletus, Bolivar, 1912, Anacridium rubrispinium Bey-Bienko, 1948, Schistocerca gregaria Forsskal, 1775, Acrotylus humbertianus Saussure, 1884, Aiolopus thalassinus thalassinus Fabricius, 1781), Hilethera aeolopoides (Uvarov, 1922), Locusta migratoria (Linnaeus, 1758), Scintharista notabilis pallipes Uvarov, 1941, Sphingonotus savignyi Saussure, 1884, Chrotogonus trachypterus trachypterus (Blanchard, 1836),
Freeman (1968) demonstrated that as little as 2[micro]l of Locusta migratoria L.
Although much effort has been directed toward understanding the hormonal control of egg maturation in other orthoperans, most notably Locusta migratoria (Glinka et al.
In the present work we studied the haemolymphatic reaction of Locusta migratoria treated with 3 strains of Bacillus thuringiensis
Many of these species have a tendency to aggregation and migration but show rudimentary phase polyphenism, thus the expression of density-dependent polyphenism maybe subtle and not overtly manifested as in model locusts such as Schistocerca gregaria (Forskal) and Locusta migratoria (Linnaeus) (Uvarov 1966, 1977, Jago 1985, Simpson et al.
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.
1980) on Locusta migratoria showed that the first cuticular secretions were essentially proteins; pre-ecdysial layers were richer in protein than post-ecdysial layers; reflecting a slowdown in protein synthesis.
Drought and an exceptional outbreak of the Oriental migratory locust, Locusta migratoria manilensis (Meyen 1835) in Indonesia (Orthoptera: Acrididae).