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Relation between Organophosphorus-Resistance and Non-Diapause in Spider Mites

Nature volume 192, pages 13141315 (30 December 1961) | Download Citation

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AS has been shown by Lees1, the females of Tetranychus urticae enter into diapause under the influence of a short-day treatment during their development. High temperatures tend to prevent diapause even if the photoperiod is short.

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    , Ann. App. Biol., 40, 449 (1953).

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  1. Experimental Station for Floriculture, Aalsmeer, The Netherlands.

    • W. HELLE

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