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Digestive enzymes of some acaroid mites


Digestive enzymes of some acaroid mites



Dopovidi Akademiyi Nauk Ukrayins'koyi RSR Seriya B Heolohichni Khimichni ta Biolohichni Nauky 6: 547-550



The species studied had amylase with an activity optimum at pH 5.5, invertase, with activity optima which differed with species, and proteolytic activity. Proteases had several activity optima in different pH zones. Cellulose and chitinase activity were found in Aleuroglyphus ovatus and Caloglyphus berlesei. In most species amylolytic prevailed over invertase activity. The exception was Carpoglyphus lactis where invertase activity was considerably higher than amylolytic activity, indicating specialization for feeding on products with a high oligosaccharide content. A. ovatus and C. berlesei utilized cellulose and chitin in addition.

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