Sensitivity of Oryzaephilus surinamensis1 to Cesium-13 7. II. Irradiation of Larvae, Pupae, and Adults2

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Abstract:

Irradiation doses of 2580 rads of Cesium-137 depressed the fecundity and reduced the fertility of adults of the saw-toothed grain bettle whereas doses of 10,320 rads affected their longevity. Larvae were more sensitive to the lethal effects of Cesium-137 irradiation than the pupae. Doses of 2580 and 3870 rads decreased the fecundity of the adults which emerged from irradiated larvae and pupae, respectively.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 1973

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