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The influence of temperature and relative humidity on the seasonal fluctuations of populations of adult Lardoglyphus konoi

Vijayambika, V. ; Cicilykutty, A.K. ; Balasumbramanian, N.K. and John, P.A.


1983 - Volume: 24 Issue: 1 pages: 75-78


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population increasing Mite stored food temperature

Abstract

Correlation of · the monthly populations of adult Lardoglyphus konoi in laboratory cultures with the montly relative humidity and atmospheric temperature has shown no statistical significance. Since correlation between · population size and atmospheric parameters is lacking it is pointed out that the prediction of the density of population of L. konoi ·based ~n R.H. and atmospheric temperature of a place is not possible

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1983-02-28

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1983 Vijayambika, V.; Cicilykutty, A.K.; Balasumbramanian, N.K. and John, P.A.

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