Bombyx


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Bombyx

[′bäm‚biks]
(invertebrate zoology)
The type genus of Bombycidae.
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Pramanik, "The extraction of fibroin protein from Bombyx mori silk cocoon: Optimization of process parameters", Int J Bioinformatics Res.
Activation of prophenoloxidase by bacterial cell walls or beta-1, 3-glucans in plasma of the silkworm, Bombyx mori.
Moraceae) cultivars for the rearing of the bivoltine hybrid race Shaanshi BV-333 of the silkworm Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae).
Over thousands of years, during which the Chinese practised sericulture utilising all the different types of silk moths known to them, Bombyx mori evolved into the specialised silk producer it is today; a moth which has lost its power to fly, only capable of mating and producing eggs for the next generation of silk producers.
Identification of ISSR markers associated with productivity traits in silkworm, Bombyx mori L.
To form the devices, Tufts scientists boiled cocoons of the Bombyx mori silkworm in a water solution and extracted the glue-like sericin proteins.
The best understood and most explored silks are those made by silkworms, the caterpillar of the silk moth, Bombyx mori.
Larval Species Host Plant Tannin Level Midgut pH Bombyx mori Mulberry High 9.
The present work was carried out on "Swarnandhra" silkworm variety of Bombyx mori (L) belongs to the hybrid of [APM.
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.
lighti Maciolek, 1985 x x Pseudopolydora pauchibranchiata Okuda, 1937 x Scolelepis squamata Muller, 1806 x Spiophanes bombyx Claparede, 1870 x S.
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.