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- Schebeck, Martin; Hansen, E. Matthew; Schopf, Axel; Ragland, Gregory J.; Stauffer, Christian; Bentz, Barbara J.
- Physiological entomology 2017 v.42 no.3 pp. 200-210
- multivoltine habit, etc ; Curculionidae; Dendroctonus rufipennis; Ips typographus; Picea abies; adults; bark beetles; climate change; diapause; dormancy; ectothermy; forest pests; forests; metabolism; overwintering; phenology; photoperiod; population growth; prepupae; reproduction; temperature; univoltine habit; winter; Europe; North America; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Diapause, a strategy to endure unfavourable conditions (e.g. cold winters) is commonly found in ectothermic organisms and is characterized by an arrest of development and reproduction, a reduction of metabolic rate, and an increased resistance to adversity. Diapause, in addition to adaptations for surviving low winter temperatures, significantly influences phenology, voltinism and ultimately popul ...
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- FORBES, ANDREW A.; PELZ-STELINSKI, KIRSTEN S.; ISAACS, RUFUS
- Physiological entomology 2010 v.35 no.2 pp. 192-195
- multivoltine habit, etc ; Braconidae; adults; diapause; eggs; females; insects; males; mothers; oviposition; parasitic wasps; phenology; progeny; sex allocation; univoltine habit; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Among univoltine insects that experience diapause, differences in emergence timing between adult males and females are expected to be dictated by sex-specific developmental factors. In multivoltine insects without a diapause, there is often an additional relationship between the date of oviposition and the date of adult emergence. Differences between male and female emergence timing in the latter ...