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Moisture as the Factor affecting Wing Development in the Citrus Aphis, Toxoptera aurantii Boy.
Year:
1937
Source of publication :
Bulletin of Entomological Research
Authors :
ריבנאי, יחזקאל
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Volume :
28
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From page:
173
To page:
179
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Total pages:
7
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Abstract:

Extract

1. Temperature does not affect wing development in Aphids.

2. A great percentage of Aphids developed wings when they were crowded, or when they were forced to feed on stale or wilted food. This was due to the small amount of food and particularly of water which each individual Aphid obtained.

3. A reduced percentage of water in the food of Aphids, as well as a low atmospheric humidity, are primary factors causing wing development.

4. All the factors such as light, temperature, crowding, humidity, precipitation, growth of plant, etc., exert, directly or indirectly, an influence on the water balance in the body of the Aphid, which in turn causes wing development.

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Aphidoidea
insects
Moisture
Toxoptera
Wing
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DOI :
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007485300038384
Article number:
0
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Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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57458
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Moisture as the Factor affecting Wing Development in the Citrus Aphis, Toxoptera aurantii Boy.
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Moisture as the Factor affecting Wing Development in the Citrus Aphis, Toxoptera aurantii Boy.

Extract

1. Temperature does not affect wing development in Aphids.

2. A great percentage of Aphids developed wings when they were crowded, or when they were forced to feed on stale or wilted food. This was due to the small amount of food and particularly of water which each individual Aphid obtained.

3. A reduced percentage of water in the food of Aphids, as well as a low atmospheric humidity, are primary factors causing wing development.

4. All the factors such as light, temperature, crowding, humidity, precipitation, growth of plant, etc., exert, directly or indirectly, an influence on the water balance in the body of the Aphid, which in turn causes wing development.

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