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Quality control in insect mass production: a review and model






Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 35(4): 33-44

Quality control in insect mass production: a review and model

The development of insect colonization, strain maintenance and quality control principles are discussed, followed by a model for mass production of Lepidoptera based on the noctuid Spodoptera frugiperda.


Accession: 002200231

DOI: 10.1093/besa/35.4.33



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