bivoltine


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bivoltine

[bī′vōl‚tēn]
(invertebrate zoology)
Having two broods in a season, used especially of silkworms.
Of insects, producing two generations a year.
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Trimerotropis pallidipennis was shown to be bivoltine instead, at least in the high-mountain population of Uspallata (C.
tsugae is typically bivoltine, with 4 larval instars before pupation, however, it can be induced to have multiple generations in a year in the laboratory by manipulating conditions for optimal egg-laying.
The state has got approval of the Central Silk Board for implementation of Cluster Promotion programme for the production of Bivoltine Silk in the state.
The core objective of the scheme is to scale up production, bivoltine and improved cross- breed silk cocoons in the country through cluster approach
fluminea generally has a bivoltine reproductive cycle in response to temperature regimes in rivers, lakes, and reservoirs (Aldridge & McMahon 1978, Kennedy & Van Huekelem 1985, Rajagopal et al.
Regular sampling near Las Cruces, as well as supplemental collecting, indicated that both restheniines are bivoltine.
Adults have been collected in December-January and May-June (Table 2) which might suggest a bivoltine species.
These two late-season species were sampled in case the parasites sometimes linger that long in their hosts and in case the species is bivoltine or multivoltine rather than limited to one generation per year.
clavipes from five univoltine populations inhabiting highly seasonal Mexican sites and from a bivoltine population inhabiting a less seasonal Panamanian site.
When closely studied, however, it be comes intriguingly apparent that he describes a bivoltine wild silkmoth, fitting the description of Pachypasa otus (for new translation see Braun 1993: viii).