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Gamma Radiation Affecting Pupation and Emergence Rates in the Medfly and the South American Fruit Fly

  • A. L. Duarte
  • H. J. Targa
  • A. Malavasi
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The biological effects of gamma-radiation on eggs of different age-groups and third instar larvae of two tephritid, medfly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedmann), and South American fruit fly, SAFF, Anastrepha fraterculus (Wiedmann), were determined


Gamma Radiation Instar Larva Pupation Rate Artificial Diet Lethal Mutation 
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  • A. L. Duarte
  • H. J. Targa
  • A. Malavasi

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