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Title: Studies on the comparative Morphology of the alimentary canal in some Agricultural insect pests of Kashmir and modifications due to food and feeding habits
Researcher: Rishi, N.D.
Guide(s): Das, S.M.
Keywords: Insect-pests,Food, Kashmir
Upload Date: 22-Aug-2014
University: University of Kashmir
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Abstract: The work studies the morophology of alimentary canal of insects is extremely varied due to the enormous variety of food stuffs that insects consume This variety of food is unique in the animal kingdom in as much as insects eat and digest vegetable matter of all kinds had wood cellulose other insects dead animal carrion honey pollen fruits seeds and even nuts as well as decaying organic matter animal excreta wool paper etc As a matter of fact they can eat almost every thing except inorganic rocks stones and metal etc It may be pointed out that the present studies were confined to Lepidoptera and Copleoptera since these two newlineorders contain the most destructive insect posts in Kashmir
Appears in Departments:Department of Zoology

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