Effect off host plant species on immature development and adult size of Neoleucinodes elegantalis (Guenée 1854) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae)

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Title Effect off host plant species on immature development and adult size of Neoleucinodes elegantalis (Guenée 1854) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae)
 
Creator Pontes, Wendel Teles
Barros, Reginaldo
 
Description Plantas hospedeiras afetam vários traços de insetos. As causas dessas mudanças são relacionadas à adequação das plantas, em relação a seus caracteres físicos e químicos e suas consequências fisiológicas nos insetos. Muitos dos fatores que afetam o desempenho dos insetos são caracteres ecológicos e nutricionais de plantas. Durante o estágio larval, a variação no consumo de alimentos reverbera na morfologia e desempenho geral do adulto, especialmente em insetos holometábolos. Um balanço entre os traços da história de vida frente a diferentes hospedeiros é comum, pois mudanças no tempo de desenvolvimento larval influenciam no tamanho. Para investigar o papel da planta hospedeira no estágio larval e como ela reflete sobre o tamanho adulto, examinamos a história de vida imatura da broca Neoleucinodes elegantalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) em quatro plantas hospedeiras. O desenvolvimento larval e a taxa de crescimento são afetados pela planta hospedeira, mas o tamanho da pupa é igual para todos os hospedeiros. A taxa de crescimento das fêmeas é maior que a dos machos em todos os hospedeiros, e nos hospedeiros foi maior em Solanum gilo do que Lycopersicum esculentum, mas igual em insetos crescidos em S. melongena e Capsicum annuum. Fatores que afetam essas diferenças foram discutidos.Palavras chave: Desenvolvimento larval, broca do tomate, Solanum, Capsicum, Lycopersicum.
 
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Date 2020-01-31
 
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