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Differences in the hormonal competence of tissues when determining larval diapause in calliphora vicina diptera calliphoridae


, : Differences in the hormonal competence of tissues when determining larval diapause in calliphora vicina diptera calliphoridae. Vestnik Leningradskogo Universiteta Biologiya (3): 108-112

Significant differences in response to exogenous hormone in diapausing and nondiapausing specimens in one and the same geographic population and diapausing specimens in one and the same geographic population and diapausing larvae of two different geographic populations were shown by injecting previously ligated Calliphora vicina larvae with 20-HE. Evidently the diapause induction is controlled by hormonal competence as well as by the hormonal saturation of native molting hormone. During diapause determination in C. vicina the hormonal competence is leading.

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