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2020 Henry et al FEMS 100%

28 March 2020 Research Article Larval density affects phenotype and surrounding bacterial community without altering gut microbiota in Drosophila melanogaster Y.

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2018 Henry et al JEB 98%

Hormesis-like effect of mild larval crowding on thermotolerance in Drosophila flies (doi:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/05/30/2018-henry-et-al-jeb/

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Final Poster Worms in CSF of MS Edited 73%

Larval Nematode worms,[ but no Conclusive Adult Nematodes or Adult Filarial worms] ( species to be determined by DNA sequencing) were identified on every glass slide prepared from Cerebrospinal fluid.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/31/final-poster-worms-in-csf-of-ms-edited/

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2016 Kostal et al Scientific Reports 69%

Here, we extend our previous effort, and analyse whether the larval stage possess some capacity for long term storage at moderately low temperatures.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/08/31/2016-kostal-et-al-scientific-reports/

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2018 Nikolouli et al. J PEST Sci 60%

Parasitoid species are insects attacking other arthropods in the egg, larval or pupal developmental stages.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/05/30/2018-nikolouli-et-al-j-pest-sci/

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2016 Javal et al AB 49%

Recently, the use of FTRs applied during larval development has proved to be a valuable method for prolonging larval cold survival (Koštál et al., 2016).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/11/30/2016-javal-et-al-ab/

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2007 Colinet et al. Oecologia 44%

See top of the Wgure for regression equation Larval development and Wtness-related traits The rearing temperature aVected larval development by decreasing the time to mummiWcation (20 § 1.28, Fig.

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2006 Colinet et al. Environ Entomol 42%

In the life cycle of most Aphidiinae, the parasitoid stops feeding at the end of third larval stage (OÕDonnell 1987, Muratori et al.

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2007 Colinet et al. JTB 42%

This parasitoid stops feeding at the end of third larval stage (Muratori et al., 2004), the larva then spins its cocoon inside the empty cuticle of the aphid, forms a mummy and pupates (Hagvar and Hofsvang, 1991).

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2007 Colinet et al. CBP 41%

This parasitoid stops feeding at the end of the third larval stage (Muratori et al., 2004), spins its cocoon inside the empty cuticle of the aphid, forms a mummy and pupates (Hagvar and Hofsvang, 1991).

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2013 Foray et al CBP 37%

Cold tolerance can be enhanced by pre-exposure to low temperatures during larval or adult stages (Colinet and Hoffmann, 2012), the so-called adaptive thermal acclimation (Rako and Hoffmann, 2006).

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2013 Colinet et al Metabolomics 31%

Females were then transferred to fresh diets with the same sugar concentration as that experienced during larval development.

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2010 Colinet et al. Physiol Entomol 24%

In the first case, diapause-destined individuals would accumulate more nutrient reserves during larval development than nondiapause-destined individuals.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/07/07/2010-colinet-et-al-physiol-entomol/

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2018 Heys Lize et al Front Ecol Evol 24%

Emergents were placed at standard densities of 10 females per vial and males kept individually, in vials containing their larval growth medium.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/05/30/2018-heys-lize-et-al-front-ecol-evol/

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2010 Colinet & Hoffmann IBMB 24%

Drosophila starvin encodes a tissue-specific BAG-domain protein required for larval food uptake.

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2004 Legrand Colinet et al AAB 24%

Larval diapause of maternal origin:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/07/07/2004-legrand-colinet-et-al-aab/

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2018 Colinet et al JEB 24%

The response is also not limited to specific life stages, as larval, pupal and adult insects all exhibit improved cold tolerance in response to FTR as compared with their counterparts exposed to CLT (Table 1).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/08/24/2018-colinet-et-al-jeb/

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2013 Colinet et al. IBMB 21%

The population was maintained on a standard oat mealesugareyeasteagar Drosophila food at low to moderately high larval density conditions at 25 C, relative humidity (RH) of 50% and 12 h light/12 h dark cycles.

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2014 Overgaard et al JIP 20%

After establishment of a mass bred population the flies were maintained on a standard oatmeal-sugar-yeast-agar Drosophila medium under low to moderately high larval density conditions at 25 °C, relative humidity (RH) of 50% and 12 h light/12 h dark cycles.

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2010 Colinet et al. JEB 19%

Effect of cold acclimation on the antioxidant defense system of two larval lepidoptera (noctuidae).

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