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*  Juvenile hormone
Secondary control of the JH titre found in the haemolymph of the developing insect is metabolic inactivation of JH by JH- ... JH will disperse throughout the haemolymph and act on responsive tissues. JH is principally degraded by the enzymes Juvenile- ...
*  Eurytherm
Giomi, Folco; Pörtner, Hans-Otto (15 May 2013). "A role for haemolymph oxygen capacity in heat tolerance of eurythermal crabs ... accompanied by a decrease in stroke volume and haemolymph oxygen partial pressure. Further warming causes dissolved oxygen ...
*  Blaberus giganteus
Hemolymph is the fluid used in some arthropod circulatory systems, including insects, to fill the interior hemocoel. Hemolymph ... The overall concentration of amino acids is roughly 265 mg/100 ml of hemolymph. The presence of alanine, cysteine, glutamic ...
*  Hemolymph
In some species, hemolymph has other uses than just being a blood analogue. As the insect grows, the hemolymph works something ... Hemolymph, or haemolymph, is a fluid, analogous to the blood in vertebrates, that circulates in the interior of the arthropod ... The hearts pump hemolymph into the sinuses of the hemocoel where exchanges of materials take place. The volume of hemolymph ... When not oxygenated, hemolymph quickly loses its color and appears grey. The hemolymph of lower arthropods, including most ...
*  Larval hemolymph feeding
In colonies of the Amblyopone silvestrii the queens feed on the hemolymph (or insect blood, also spelt haemolymph) of their ... Larval hemolymph feeding is a behaviour trait found in the queens of some species of ant. This is found mainly in the ants of ... are exclusively dependent on the hemolymph of their own larvae as a nutrient, even when prey feeding is possible. On the other ... Masuko K (1989). "Larval hemolymph feeding in the ant Leptanilla japonica by use of a specialized duct organ, the "larval ...
*  Haemolymph juvenile hormone-binding protein
JH is transported from the sites of its synthesis to target tissues by a haemolymph carrier called juvenile hormone-binding ... In molecular biology, the haemolymph juvenile hormone-binding protein (JHPB) family of proteins consists of several insect ... specific haemolymph juvenile hormone binding proteins. Juvenile hormone (JH) has a profound effect on insects. It regulates ... protein (JHBP). JHBP protects the JH molecules from hydrolysis by non-specific esterases present in the insect haemolymph. The ...
*  Willy Burgdorfer
Burgdorfer, W. Hemolymph test. A technique for detection of rickettsiae in ticks, Amer. J. Trop. Med. 19:1010-1014, 1970. ...
*  Craesus septentrionalis
The hemolymph was found to repel Myrmica rubra ants, however many vertebrate and invertebrate predators feed on the larvae. " ... The integument of the larvae is easily damaged and oozes hemolymph when it is injured. It is hypothesized that this contains ... The harmful hemolymph hypothesis". Oecologia. 134 (1): 104-111. doi:10.1007/s00442-002-1092-4. ...
*  Insect
The opposite end of the dorsal tube is like the aorta of the insect circulating the hemolymph, arthropods' fluid analog of ... The uric acid is formed using hemolymph waste products diffused from the Malpighian tubules (element 20). It is then emptied ... The insect circulatory system utilizes hemolymph, a tissue analogous to blood that circulates in the interior of the insect ... Wyatt, G. R. (1961). "The Biochemistry of Insect Hemolymph". Annual Review of Entomology. 6: 75-102. doi:10.1146/annurev.en. ...
*  Hemocyte (invertebrate immune system cell)
Embryonic hemocytes are derived from head mesoderm and enter the hemolymph as circulating cells. Larval hemocytes, on the other ... It is found within the hemolymph. Hemocytes are phagocytes of invertebrates. Hemocytes in Drosophila melanogaster can be ... Secretory cells are never released into the hemolymph and instead send out signalling molecules responsible for cell ...
*  Insect physiology
Hemolymph contains molecules, ions and cells. Regulating chemical exchanges between tissues, hemolymph is encased in the insect ... Pumping of the hemolymph occurs by waves of peristaltic contraction, originating at the body's posterior end, pumping forwards ... The hemolymph is circulated to the appendages unidirectionally with the aid of muscular pumps or accessory pulsatile organs ... The main function of insect blood, hemolymph, is that of transport and it bathes the insect's body organs. Making up usually ...
*  Aphid
The fungus grows in the aphid's hemolymph. After about three days, the aphid dies and the fungus releases more spores into the ... High osmotic pressure in the stomach, caused by high sucrose concentration, can lead to water transfer from the hemolymph to ...
*  Circulatory system
... this combined fluid is called hemolymph or haemolymph. Muscular movements by the animal during locomotion can facilitate ... When the heart relaxes, blood is drawn back toward the heart through open-ended pores (ostia). Hemolymph fills all of the ... Hemolymph is composed of water, inorganic salts (mostly sodium, chlorine, potassium, magnesium, and calcium), and organic ... There are free-floating cells, the hemocytes, within the hemolymph. They play a role in the arthropod immune system. The ...
*  Muscardine
The hemolymph of the insect crystallizes and thickens. The fungus usually produces toxins, as well. After it kills the host, ...
*  Orchitophrya stellarum
Hemolymph smears showed the ciliates of the parasite. This was surprising, because ochitophrya stellarum was previously only ...
*  Juvenile-hormone esterase
Influence of Hemolymph-Binding Protein on Juvenile-Hormone Stability and Distribution in Manduca-Sexta Fat-Body and Imaginal ... Origin of Hemolymph Carboxylesterases Induced by Insect Juvenile-Hormone. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 1, 37-54. ... Thus this laboratory undertook an investigation of the hemolymph JHE regulation during the last larval instar of the cabbage ... Juvenile hormone-specific esterases in the haemolymph of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta. J. Insect Physiol. 21, 873-887. ...
*  Kerria lacca
The dye originates in the hemolymph of the insect; the fluid analogous to blood. More than 400 host plants have been noted. ...
*  Insect morphology
Haemolymph contains molecules, ions and cells; regulating chemical exchanges between tissues, haemolymph is encased in the ... Insect blood or haemolymph's main function is that of transport and it bathes the insect's body organs. Making up usually less ... In lepidopteran species, hemolymph is circulated through the veins in the wings by some form of pulsating organ, either by the ... The haemolymph is circulated to the appendages unidirectionally with the aid of muscular pumps or accessory pulsatile organs ...
*  Meganisoptera
Body movements and hemolymph circulation cannot account for these cycles; therefore, our observations demonstrate a previously ... of tracheal tubes by using either diffusion or changes in internal pressure that are produced through body motion or hemolymph ...
*  Pacifastin
... and a heterodimeric serine protease inhibitor was isolated from the haemolymph of Pacifastacus leniusculus (Signal crayfish), ... two proteinase inhibitors from hemolymph of Locusta migratoria". Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 189 (2): 790-3. doi:10.1016/ ...
*  Traumatic insemination
... and mix to form a substance called hemolymph. All organs of the insect are bathed in hemolymph, which provides oxygen and ... Once in the hemolymph, the sperm and ejaculatory fluids may act as antigens, triggering an immune reaction. There is a tendency ... The sperm and ejaculatory fluids diffuse through the female's hemolymph. The insemination is successful if the sperm reach the ... In some species, the ectospermalege directly connects to the ovaries - thus, sperm and ejaculate never enters the hemolymph and ...
*  Mantispidae
Larvae maintain themselves aboard spiders by feeding on spider hemolymph. Transfers of larvae from spider to spider are ...
*  Serpin
Scherfer C, Tang H, Kambris Z, Lhocine N, Hashimoto C, Lemaitre B (November 2008). "Drosophila Serpin-28D regulates hemolymph ...
*  Chionea
They produce glycerol in their hemolymph, preventing them from freezing.[1] Up to 200 eggs have been found in female snow flies ...
*  Hair-pencil
The alkaloid compounds are transformed after ingestion in the hemolymph. The stimulatory effects of the alkaloid derived ... eversible structures that bear the hair-pencils and can be voluntarily inflated with hemolymph or air. Male moths are attracted ...