Bombyx mori

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Synonyms for Bombyx mori

stocky creamy-white Asiatic moth found almost entirely under human care

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Chemical composition and nutritional evaluation of spent silk worm pupae.
The female silk worm lays between 300 to 400 eggs at the same time, and right after she dies; the male silk worm, on the other hand, lives a bit longer after this event (Ude et al.
A limited number of pupae are allowed to complete their chrysalis stage, to breed future generations of silk worm.
All 4 sample groups of 20 Mild Cognitive Memory Impairment function Silk village women which were (1) Silk Worm Feeding Weaving Women treated with Morus alba Linn.
These two women were clearly active in their own botanical pursuits prior to the founding of the society, each presenting papers on their results of long-term experiments with silk worms to the Botanical Society.
had loved the art of making silk, from the moment when the web of tiny eggs, no bigger than the dots of a pointed brush on a paper card, were hatched in the warm silk worm house to the last moment when the silk lay in rich folds over her arms.
This converted 18th century mansion house, was once the base of a French trader who travelled to China to buy silk worm eggs.
He sampled silk worm in a street-side market, something called a sea scorpion and snake.
For a treat you might want to munch on live silk worm larvae, often served fried and served with a small saucer of sesame seeds and salt.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-26 October 2004-Brocade Communications announces OEM availability of Brocade Silk Worm 4100 products(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Worldwide Computer Products News-26 October 2004-Brocade Communications announces OEM availability of Brocade Silk Worm 4100 products(C)1995-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Silk worm cocoons will grow in certain trees like cashew nut, mahogany, kedondong and sirsak trees.
Our Asian gallery, arrayed with sculpture, figurines, an oracle bone, silk textiles and more, also features a display of the life of a silk worm, where students feel, hear about and understand the silk cocoon and its life cycle.
The small trees have soft foliage and produce a sweet and tasty fruit but many were planted not for the fruit but because the silk worm ate the leaf proving a home spun silk trade.
In addition, Brocade and Cisco will certify the interoperability between Brocade Silk Worm Fibre Channel fabric switches with Cisco Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) products, which will enable SAN-to-SAN connectivity over high-speed fiber optic MANs.