The use of Nutrient Supplemented Phago-stimulant resulted to increased leaf nutrient quality, arrestancy of larval movement and increased feeding rate which reflected in the higher biomass growth in comparison to treatment without it use. Studies on cross infection of microsporidian spores of mulberry, eri and tasar silkworm to muga silkworm Antheraea assamensis Helfer and a new approach for management to pebrine disease in muga silkworm in Assam and west Bengal, India. As properties of different silk-based biomaterials vary significantly, it is important to characterize the non mulberry silkworms also in this aspect. This was done multiple times so that the final test may provide the intrinsic fibre strength. Bio-inspired fabrication of fibroin cryogels from the muga silkworm Antheraea assamensis for liver tissue engineering. Diapause strain of muga silkworm – an alternative to boost up muga industry.
Lipid and fatty acid composition of muga silkworm, Antheraea assama, host plants in relation to silkworm growth. Utilization of muga host plants for cocoon crop improvement. Moreover, the detached food plant leafs goes on wilting within few hours. This new integrated LFT may help in adopting indoor rearing of naturally wild Muga silkworm for more production of Muga silk yean. Saturniidae – an overview of distribution, biology and breeding.
Saturniidae inferred from four proteincoding nuclear genes. Effect of induced pupal diapause on rearing performance and cocoon parameters of muga silkworm Mugx assama Ww. Embryological Experiments on A. All the five mitochondrial loci showed a strong bias towards higher ‘A’ and ‘T’ contents Bacterial community structure and diversity in the gut of the muga silkworm, Antheraea assamensis Lepidoptera: Wild Silk Moths Taxonomic studies of the some of the Indian non-mulberry silk moths Lepidoptera: Evaluation of some botanicals, antibiotics, carbon source and carrier against of the bacterial disease of muga silkworm Antheraea assamensis.
The muga silkworm is a single species with little genetic variation among populations, survives harsh climatic conditions and is subject to various diseases, pests and predators. Central Silk Board, Bangalore, pp. Insect Population Ecology – an Analytical Approach.
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Saturniidae based on mitochondrial DNA sequences. The stability and MIC of the garlic extract has also been studied.
Lepidoptera, Saturniidae, muga silkworm, Antheraea assamensis, rearing, improvement, disease, grainage Published: A scanning electron microscopic study on rseearch cephalic cuticular sensillae of different larval stages of Antheraea assamensis, an indigenous silkworm species of Northeast India.
Cricula trifenestrata Helfer feed on different host plants – A new report.
Reserach immunity in Antheraea assama Ww larvae against flacherie causing Pseudomonas aeruginosa AC Fibroin was extracted from the reseqrch silk gland of full grown fifth instars larvae, and 2D film was fabricated using standard methods The muga silkworm, Antheraea assamensis, is exclusively present in the northeastern regions of India and rearing of this silkworm is eesearch vocation unique to this region in the world.
Of the different bacterial strains isolated from diseased muga silkworms, the strain named as AC-3 was found to be most pathogenic to the silkworm. Diversity and ecology of wild sericigenous insects in Nagaland, India. Due to the high incidence of disease and natural enemies, and variations in climatic conditions, the production of muga silk has recently declined dramatically. From time immemorial, many ethnic and tribal groups have produced muga silk.
Saturniidae in North eastern India – distributional significance.
De novo transcriptome of the muga silkworm, Antheraea assamensis Helfer. Saturniidaefrom India.
The feeding habits of Antheraea assamensis, Helfer Lepidoptera: The number of eggs laid was correlated with the pupal weight. During each retest, the fibre specimen began to yield once the failure load of the preceding test was exceeded Recently, we have been successful in our attempt to collect muga cocoon samples, although to a limited extent, from their natural habitats For a better experience, use the Read by QxMD app. Thirty five bacterial isolates were screened from the gut of healthy and diseased silkworms by morphological observation and biochemical tests Herein, we report the de novo transcriptome of A.
Handbook of Muga Culture. The findings of the study assumes significance because the silk moth, Antheraea assamensis is a species endemic to the North Eastern part of India and very few reports are available on it Moreover, the detached food plant leafs goes on wilting within few hours.
Muga silkworm, being wild in nature, is very difficult to rear in indoor condition.