High reproductive potential, multivoltine
life history, ability to feed and reproduce on multiple hosts, and adaptation to a wide range of climatic conditions are features that make S.
The trehalase gene was expressed in non-diapause eggs of the multivoltine
silkworm Bombyx mori for 9 days, whereas that in the diapause eggs was not upregulated.
Genetic Variability and Selection Indices for Economic Quantitative Traits of Multivoltine
Mulberry Silkworm (Bombyx mori L.
2001: Adaptive precocial reproduction in voles: reproductive costs and multivoltine
life-history strategies in seasonal environments.
It is a multivoltine
and polyphagous pest attacking many agricultural and vegetable crops throughout the world (Cunningham et al.
ruficeps to be a multivoltine
species without a diapause period.
Its sex ratio is strongly female-biased, being bivoltine or multivoltine
with until three generations per year.
Few studies have evaluated the emergence of Chironomidae in aquatic communities because they are much diversified (MARCONDES; PINHO, 2005), exhibit multivoltine
cycles (SONODA et al.
Historical and projected interactions between climate change and insect voltinism in a multivoltine
species, Global Change Biology 14: 951-957.
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.