Bombyx


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Resistance of three different populations of mulberry silkworm (Bombyx mori L.) to Bacillus thuringiensis.
Two-day-old larvae of the 5th instar of different Bombyx mori lineages were provided by ACESP (Associacao dos Sericicultores de Nova Esperanca e Regioes Sericicolas), Parana, Brazil.
Estudos realizados com lagartas de Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae) infectadas com um virus da poliedrose nuclear, o BmMNPV, revelaram uma serie de tecidos alvos, entre eles a porcao media e posterior da glandula da seda.
The present work was carried out on "Swarnandhra" silkworm variety of Bombyx mori (L) belongs to the hybrid of [APM.sub.1] X [APS.sub.1] (Multivoltine x bivoltine) obtained from National Silkworm Seed Production Centre, NSSP, Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt.
The present work was carried out on "Swarnandhra" silkworm variety of Bombyx mori (L) belongs to the hybrid of APM1 X APS1 (Multivoltine x bivoltine) obtained from National Silkworm Seed Production Centre, NSSP, Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt.
ater causes serious economic damage to sericiculture, because the beetles feed on high numbers of Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera, Bombycidae) (Kumar et al.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies (La Jolla, CA) has patented nuclear receptor proteins isolated from the silk moth bombyx mori (bR) which are useful for the regulation of transgene expression.
The Bombyx mori, or mulberry cocoons, are found in both Tunisia and Madagascar.
You can avoid the initial capital of Neustria if you use the British moth Bombyx neustria, in the OED quote under lackey (for lackeymoth).
Half the credit should go to a domesticated, blind butterfly that scientists call Bombyx mori," said Diego Masciadri, curator of the Museum of Silk in Como, Italy.
The seven most abundant species were Owenia fusiformis, Cossura sp A, Polydora cirrosa, Ampharete labrops, Spiophanes bombyx, Mediomastus spp., and Armandia brevis, representing 63% of all polychaetes.
Silk thread, produced by the silk glands of the caterpillar of the silkworm (Bombyx mori), is a protein fiber consisting of two filaments of fibroin stuck together by a gummy substance, sericin.
An even earlier poem on silkworms, Bombyx, was published in Rome in the 1490s (introduction, xii-xiii).