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Nutritive value of beer yeast for ceratitis capitata diptera tephritidae



Nutritive value of beer yeast for ceratitis capitata diptera tephritidae



Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 5(2): 253-260



Investigations of food requirements were carried out to determine the minimum amount of beer yeast needed to produce the best development of Ceratitis capitata. Variations in pupation time, emergence time, pupation percentage, emergence percentage, and ovarian development were directly related to increased amounts of beer yeast in the diet. Results indicate that the appropriate range of beer yeast is about 4.0 to 4.5 g/150 ml of diet.

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