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Effect of Apholate on Reproductive Organs of Almond Moth,Cadra Cautella (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Phycitidae)

Title:Effect of Apholate on Reproductive Organs of Almond Moth,Cadra Cautella (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Phycitidae)
Authors:G.A Gangrade and Pant N.C
Publication:Indian Journal of Entomology / The Entomological Society of India
Enumeration:Vol 32, June 1970, Part 2
Abstract:Freshly emerged males and females of Cadra cautella (Walker) were separately administered 2.0,3.0 and 5.0 percent apholate in 10 percent sucrose solution for 48, 96 and 144 hr. Ovarian development was inhabited at 48 hr in all concentration of apholate and was more severe in some flies at 144 hr.The sections of ovaries of treated females showed that the fully developed chorionated eggs remained unaffected, while the undifferentiated anterior region ovarioles was severely affected so much so that oocytes were clearely separate in the middle region of the ovarioles, the effect of apholate was clearly indicated by clumping of the chromatin in the nurse cells and the nuclei of the oocytes.

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