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Hormonal aspects of oogenesis in the flies Phormia regina and Sarcophaga bullata



Hormonal aspects of oogenesis in the flies Phormia regina and Sarcophaga bullata



Journal of Insect Physiology, 241: 75-80



The corpora allata (CA) and median neurosecretory cells (MNC) of Phormia regina (Mg.) and Sarcophaga bullata Parker became active with increasing age in flies fed on sugar alone. To prevent or retard oogenesis the CA of the MNC's had to be removed shortly after emergence, with subsequent meals of protein. Topical application of methoprene (Altosid) partially compensated for CA or MNC removal. This shows that the MNC activate the CA, and not vice versa.

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