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Summary Miss N. Monadjemi: Study of the brachypterism in Aphclinus asychis Wkl. [Hym. Aphelinidae]. A brachypterous strain of A. asychis from France is compared with a macropterous strain from Iran. The length of the wings is closely correlated with the size of the insect; in the brachypterous...
Summary Mlle N. Monadjemi: Variations of the fecundity of Aphelinus asychis (Hym. Aphelinidae) according to the aphid species available at different periods of his imaginal life. An estimation of the fecundity of Aphelinus asychis Wlk. is obtained by counting the mummies which are produced by a...
Summary M.-M. Breugnon: Study of some characters in the post-embryonic development of Pieris brassicae at three different temperatures. Some physiological aspects of larval and pupal development of Pieris brassicae are studied at three different temperatures: 15°, 20°, 25 °C. The possible...
Summary E. Thibout: Male and female sex pheromone glands involved in the courtship behaviour of the leek moth, Acrolepia assectella (Lepidoptera). The histological and morphological studies of the female sex pheromone gland and of the male odoriferous organs are made. The female gland is...
Summary M. Pascal & L. Baud: Comparative effect of densonuclosis and of total starvation on the growth ant the glycogen content of Galleria mellonella larvae. The physiopathological effect of densonucleosis was studied in Galleria mellonella larvae infected during the last intermolt. The...
Summary J. Etienne: The main injurious Trypetids in Reunion Island. The present survey has shown that C. catoiri, C. capitata, C. rosa, P. cyanescens, D. ciliatus, D. cucurbitae and D. emmerezi were present in the island. This survey has also shown the relation of these fruit flies with their...
Summary Adrian C. Pont: Contribution to the fauna of Iran. Diptera Muscidae from the Caspian provinces. A list is given of the ten species of Muscidae collected by M. Loic Matile from the Caspian provinces of Iran during a collecting trip in June and July 1965.
Résumé E. Tremblay & D. Calvert: Nouveaux cas d'utilisation des noyaux polaires chez les Insectes. On décrit deux nouveaux types de participation des noyaux polaires (polocytes) au développement embryonnaire d'insectes endoparasites. Les noyaux polaires des espèces qui appartiennent aux genres...
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