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Ovarian development of yellow-spined bamboo locust sheds light on emergence and migratory nature of pest

Phys.Org

By CABI
Scientists from the Chinese MARA-CABI Joint Laboratory for Biosafety have created a model which can estimate adult emergence periods and identify migratory populations of the yellow-spined bamboo locust from their ovarian development.

Outlined in a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Physiology, the researchers say their model provides a quick way of to determine the population source as either "native" or "immigrant" from the phenotypic traits without dissection.

Research on the ovarian development of insect pests helps provide key information for predicting pest occurrences, and currently, there is very limited information about the reproductive system of the yellow-spined bamboo locust (Ceracris kiangsu Tsai).

Read on: https://phys.org/news/2023-03-ovarian-yellow-spined-bamboo-locust-emergence.html


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