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Differences in the amounts of 2 major cuticular esters in males females and nymphs of melanoplus differentialis orthoptera acrididae


, : Differences in the amounts of 2 major cuticular esters in males females and nymphs of melanoplus differentialis orthoptera acrididae. Acrida 9(2): 101-106

The ability of male M. differentialis (Thomas) to differentiate between males and females may be due to chemical substances in the cuticular lipids; there is a significantly greater amount of octadecanoates of 11-tricosanol and 12-pentacosanol on the adult males than on the females.

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Warthen, J.D.; Jr.; Uebel, EC., 1980: Differences in the amounts of two major cuticular esters in males females and nymphs of Melanoplus differentialis (Thomas) (Orthoptera: Acrididae). The ability of male M. differentialis (Thomas) to differentiate between males and females may be due to chemical substances in the cuticular lipids; there is a significantly greater amount of octadecanoates of 11-tricosanol and 12-pentacosanol on...

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