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Effects of photoperiod on boll weevil development, survival, and reproduction

Effects of photoperiod on boll weevil development, survival, and reproduction

Environmental Entomology: 6, 1396-1402

Effects of photoperiod on development, survival, feeding, and oviposition of boll weevils, <i>Anthonomus grandis grandis</i> Boheman, were assessed under five different photophases (24, 14, 12, 10, and 0 h) at a constant 27 degrees C temperature and 65% RH in the laboratory.

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DOI: 10.1603/0046-225x-37.6.1396

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