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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It is unlikely, however, that a bivoltine spawning event will occur in Lake Tahoe because current temperature warming forecasts for the nearshore do not suggest an increase in temperature that would stop and reinitiate spawning, as found in warmer ecosystems.
Oncerometopus atriscutis was bivoltine based on weekly sampling at the main study site near Las Cruces, New Mexico (Fig.
clavipes is bivoltine with some spiders present throughout the year (Lubin 1978; Higgins 2000).
So, in this species, the life cycle is bivoltine (Zucchi et al 1976) or multivoltine.
Theoretical P/B values of 5 and 10 were used for several taxa considered to be univoltine and bivoltine, respectively (Waters 1977, Lugthart and Wallace 1992).
Swift Dzire Or Bolero Or Equivalent Car With Qualified License Holder Driver In Uniform in connection with Construction Of One High Capacity 30 Lakh Bivoltine Grainage Building At Sspc, Jorhat, Assam.
Here we present comparative survival of scale cohorts between the country of Georgia and Massachusetts, USA, and we compare the bivoltine seasonal phenology seen in Georgia with the univoltine pattern found in Massachusetts.
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.
Evolution of new bivoltine race for traditionally multivoltine areas of south India.
Temporal-dependent female choice is characteristic of bivoltine pierid butterflies, Leptidea reali, with spring generation females exhibiting higher male rejection rates than summer generation females (Friberg & Wiklund, 2007).
A bivoltine life cycle is assumed for the new species, as the adults were collected from March to July and in October.