[Variability of the ova of mulberry silkworm (Bombyx mori L.) with regard to capacity for thermal parthenogenesis and heat resistance. 4. Relationship between the capacity of oocytes from different females for thermal parthenogenesis and heat resistance of ova at the early stage of development and heat resistance of the muscles of these females].
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Jan 01, 1976
The reliable positive correlation was established between the variability of unfertilized eggs by their ability of thermal parthenogenesis and the heat resistance of fertilized eggs at the early stages of development. At the same time the ability of oocytes of parthenogenesis correlates negatively with the heat resistance of muscles. The data obtained suggest that the variability of oocytes by their ability of thermal parthenogenesis is partially due to the variability of heat resistance of their proteins.
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