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Ecologophysiological patterns of conversion and reconversion of biological cryoprotectants in insects during the period of winter rest



Ecologophysiological patterns of conversion and reconversion of biological cryoprotectants in insects during the period of winter rest



Biology Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences 20(5): 615-623



A review is presented of ecological and physiological aspects of cold resistance with cryoprotectants in insects (in states of cold numbness and diapause).

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