During the autumn and winter, they migrate to enormous depths where they enter a state of hibernation called diapause
from sticks pleading that pink bollworm Larvae undergo 'Diapause
' in these bolls as Pupae and come out of bolls in summer season to hit crops for survival.
apply Chisel plough so that pink bollworms undergoing diapause
and their Pupae get killed.
Their survival technique usually involves "diapause
," a period of dormancy where the metabolic activity of the insect slows down significantly, which decreases the amount of energy required.
The overwintering stage of cecidomyiids is usually the full-grown larva that uses a spatula structure on the prothorax to dig into soil before entering diapause
If you decide to remove this old growth in middle or late spring, remember that many insects are in hibernation or "diapause
" so the stems should be carefully bundled, tied and tossed loosely on the compost pile or placed upright against a tree or fence.
They are found in different parts of the world and are known to survive tough conditions by adapting or going into a state of dormancy called diapause
Including over 3,500 references, this authoritative work serves as an access point to the primary literature on their life histories, higher systematics, diapause
and seasonal cycles, pathogens, symbionts, semiochemistry, and pest management control strategies for pentatomoid bugs.
While monarchs are known to enter a period of reproductive diapause
on their return to Mexico (Goehring & Oberhauser 2002), there are several documented cases of fall reproduction in Texas that complement these observations.
Additionally, photoperiod may be involved in the initiation and termination of diapause
in copepods such as Calanus finmarchicus (Miller et al., 1991); however, many questions regarding the control of diapause
remain, and alternative hypotheses have been proposed recently (e.g., the lipid accumulation window; Johnson et al., 2008).
Many insects enter diapause
at a species-specific embryonic stage (Tauber et al.