is a period of suspended development in an insect,
Patterns of diapause
frequency and emergence in swede midges of southern Ontario.
Effects of photoperiod, temperature, and host plant age on induction of reproductive diapause
and development time in Danaus plexippus.
Additionally, we use ontogentically sampled RNA-seq data sets from Calanus funmarchicus to investigate the expression patterns of opsin genes relative to the development of the naupliar eye and the ecology of different life stages in a copepod that exhibits diapause
and is characterized by ontogenetic vertical migration (Hirche, 1996).
plays an important role in controlling embryonic development to avoid hatching during adverse seasons; it allows eggs to hatch in favorable seasons (Tauber et al.
from the white stage to the brown stage may elucidate the mechanism of hatching, diapause
, resistance to desiccation, and the action of nematicides in this genus.
avenae, with winter emergence of juveniles and a summer-autumn diapause
The artificial abortion group (control group) should meet all the following conditions: without history of spontaneous abortion (or embryonic diapause
); regular menstrual cycle; consistency between menopausal days and results of gestational sac ultrasound; detection of fetal heart beat in preoperative ultrasonography; normal results of liver function tests; and negative result for infection index (hepatitis B, HIV, and syphilis).
An obligatory characteristic of univoltine species is a long diapause
period during certain development phases.
Possibly after the larvae leave the endocarp, and settle in the soil it enters into a diapause
or dormant stage .
Boll weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) adult diapause
responses to selected environmental and dietary conditions.
(2001) studied plasma progesterone, estradiol and prolactin level in roe deer females during summer diapause
and autumn initiation of embryogenesis and embryo implantation.