Linking larval nutrition to adult reproductive traits in the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis.

Bonoan, Rachael E.
Al-Wathiqui, Nooria.
Lewis, Sarah
2015

Throughout an organism’s lifetime, resources are strategically allocated to many different functions, including reproduction. Reproduction can be costly for both sexes; females produce nutrient-rich eggs, while males of many species produce large and complex ejaculates. In capital breeding insects, nutrients are mainly acquired during the larval period, yet allocation decisions impact reproductive... read more

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European corn borer.
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Bonoan, R. E., Al-Wathiqui, N., & Lewis, S. (2015). Linking larval nutrition to adult reproductive traits in the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis. Physiological Entomology.
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