order Diptera


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From the collected material, 73 individuals from among the immatures (larvae I, II, III, pupae) and adults of the order Diptera and Coleoptera were selected and the component of interest was evaluated by HPLC.
All flies are in the order Diptera, which means "two-winged.
A baseline study of the insect order Diptera (flies) was conducted in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico (Latitude: 20.
This paper is a report of a baseline study conducted on the Order Diptera (flies), which was conducted during the early part of the rainy season in the dry tropical forest of the Yucatan Peninsula, an area which is largely biologically unexplored.
Larvae of order Diptera constitute a major part while collembola were highly preferred during extreme winter.
However, order diptera on foliage and collembola on ground act as alternate food in the absence of aphids in field conditions.
Flies which belong to order Diptera are with great medical and veterinary importance.
Almost two thirds of the volume is dedicated to medically important members of the order Diptera (true flies, mosquitoes, and sandflies), and separate sections are devoted to the biology, morphology, and identification of individual mosquito genera.
Mosquitoes are the members of family Culicidae, consisting of a monophyletic taxon in order Diptera.
1:00 EVALUATING DIVERSITY: A BASELINE STUDY COMPARING THE DIVERSITY OF THE ORDER DIPTERA IN TWO DISTINCT SITES OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA OF MEXICO
An episodic change of rDNA nucleotide substitution rate has occurred during the emergence of the insect order Diptera.
Myiasis, a zoonotic disease, is defined as invasion of human living tissue by eggs or larvae from flies of the order Diptera.
In industrialized nontropical countries, a range of species in the order Diptera cause facultative myiasis in patients with neglected wounds (2).
The flies, identified primarily to the order Diptera and the families Muscidae and Calliphoridae, were counted; the count showed that 917 [+ or -] standard deviation (SD) (843.