multivoltine


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multivoltine

(mŭl′tĭ-vōl′tēn)
adj.
Producing more than one brood in a single season: multivoltine moths.
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Expression of metabolic enzyme genes and heat-shock protein genes during embryonic development in diapause and non-diapause egg of multivoltine silkworm Bombyx mori.
18, Whereas Nistari and Pure Mysore being multivoltine falls in one cluster with a similarity coefficient of 0.
These two late-season species were sampled in case the parasites sometimes linger that long in their hosts and in case the species is bivoltine or multivoltine rather than limited to one generation per year.
calligraphus could be described as multivoltine, with several overlapped cohorts (at least four) of short duration at high temperatures (spring-summer) with high rates of development and an exponential population growth, followed by one or two generations of longer duration in winter, when it probably remains in a dormant stage.
In the field this may pose difficulties for multivoltine species unless populations are part of long-term monitoring studies.
Most tropical species have multivoltine (multiple generations) and asynchronous (overlapping) life cycles throughout the year (39).
semicrocea is multivoltine, but the highest moth densities and pitcher attack rates occur between May and Jul.
Adaptative precocial reproduction in voles: reproductive costs and multivoltine life-history strategies in seasonal environments.
A modification of thc Hynes method for estimating secondary production with particular significance for multivoltine populations.
Although these two multivoltine planthoppers differ in their population dynamics along the Atlantic coast, they do share the same habitats throughout much of the year when both consistently co-occur on the same individual plant (Denno et al.