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






Acrida 9(2): 101-106

Differences in the amounts of 2 major cuticular esters in males females and nymphs of melanoplus differentialis 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 the adult males than on the females.

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