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Inhibitors of growth and oviposition in Bulinus tropicus (Krauss) and other planorbids

David R. James

Inhibitors of growth and oviposition in Bulinus tropicus (Krauss) and other planorbids

by David R. James

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Biochemistry.

Statementby David R. James.
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Open LibraryOL13902842M

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The amino acid composition of the excretion products collected at 4 and 25°C from 5 freshwater snail species (Bulinus globosus, Bulinus tropicus, Biomphalaria glabrata, Lymnaea natalensis and Helisoma duryi) was studied 2. The amino acid composition differed not only from snail species to species, but also in the same species at the 2 exposure by: 3.

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Nevertheless, the oils and trans-anethole caused high mortality (69%) and repellency in adults (70%), inhibition of oviposition (90%), interference in nymphal growth (50%) and adult emergence (50%.

Population growth rates remained near zero in the presence of prawns. In contrast, the earliest recruits in the control tanks for all experiments appeared within 10 days after stocking. The population growth rate in control tanks was high, with peak abundances seen at 10–30 days for both Biomphalaria and Bulinus populations.

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