Bombyx


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Bombyx

[′bäm‚biks]
(invertebrate zoology)
The type genus of Bombycidae.
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Location of the Bombyx mori aminopeptidase N type I binding site on Bacillus thuringiensis Cry l Aa toxin.
Estudos realizados com lagartas de Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae) infectadas com um virus da poliedrose nuclear, o BmMNPV, revelaram uma serie de tecidos alvos, entre eles a porcao media e posterior da glandula da seda.
Finally, the results revealed that the protein metabolism was modulated on treatment with dexamethasone, whatever may be the mechanism of action, the results of protein fractions, proteins ratios and related enzyme activities provided clear evidence that the silkworm larvae, Bombyx mori responded to the influence of dexamethasone by altering protein metabolism.
The increased organic constituents of the silkworm, Bombyx mori was also observed by earlier investigators on administration of vertebrate pituitary extract (Bharathi et al.
Thus we learn that the larva of the mulberry Bombyx in fact goes through four changes and that, contrary to what the Duc de Bourgogne is told, it is not beautifully coloured, nor is its butterfly: 'It is a greyish white moth that is not very pleasant to look at.
This process kills the Bombyx and interrupts the cycle.
The seven most abundant species were Owenia fusiformis, Cossura sp A, Polydora cirrosa, Ampharete labrops, Spiophanes bombyx, Mediomastus spp.
An even earlier poem on silkworms, Bombyx, was published in Rome in the 1490s (introduction, xii-xiii).
2016 Gene expressions of heat shock proteins in Bombyx mori egg parasitized by a parasitoid wasp, Telenomus theophilae.
It's written as a book within a book as character, author Owen Quine, is writing a novel called Bombyx Mori (the Latin for silkworm and death).
Ultrastructure of maxillary sensilla in the silkworm, Bombyx mori: differences among strains?
Cuticular protein and transcription factor genes expressed during prepupal-pupal transition and by ecdysone pulse treatment in wing discs of Bombyx mori.