Article : An artificial diet for the swallowtail butterfly, Papilio xuthus
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The effect of an artificial diet on developmental rate, a life history parameter, was examined for the swallowtail butterfly Papilio xuthus. Artificial insect diets are an essential component of many insect rearing systems that produce insects for research purposes. Complex agargelled diets are generally prepared in large batches and used shortly after preparation because the degradation of perishable diet ingredients, such as vitamins and fatty acids, can adversely affect insect quality (Brewer 1984). However, the timing of diet preparation may be inconvenient, and large batches wasteful, if the unused excess is discarded. The percentage of pupation varied considerably, with no significant differences among diets, on which a maximum pupation percentage of 83% was observed. Pellet-type diets were investigated with the aim of developing a more easily prepared diet. The extrusion of the artificial diet under high temperature and pressure may induce desirable chemical and physical changes in the extruded product. The purpose of the present study was to develop an artificial diet for rearing P. xuthus.
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  • 발행년2014
  • 학회명한국잠사학회
  • 저자( Seong Hyun Kim ) , ( Seong Jin Hong ) , ( Hae Chul Park ) , ( Young Bo Lee ) , ( Kwan Ho Park ) , ( Won Ho Choi ) , ( Nam Jung Kim )
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