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INSTAR. Likeness; resemblance; equivalent as, instar dentium, like teeth; instar omnium, equivalent to all.

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5 and 10): similar pattern to former instar, with two additional pits on both sides of lateral carinae of mesonotum.
Al notarse la emergencia de ninfas del primer instar, se elimino la pareja de adultos y solo se mantuvo en observacion la descendencia.
The weight changes were found to be increased proportionately during the hormone treatment from III instar to V instar larvae.
Tarter|Stats Realty represented Instar Capital in its original purchase of the space.
Ova diameters and instar lengths were measured using an optical micrometer inserted in a Bausch and Lomb Stereozoom 7 microscope.
The values in Table 1 indicate the differences between instars (total surface area for instar n + 1 minus the total surface area for instar n).
Co-feeding transmission experiments were carried out by infesting clean BALB/c mice (n = 7, Harlan, UK) with 10 third instar O.
For data in all tables for third, fourth, and fifth instars, numbers in columns for developmental stage reflect mean preadult development time for individuals surviving through that instar.
Instar Europe, a P/S/L Group company, has named Kelly Warth as its new managing director, it was reported yesterday.
Present investigations were carried out to determine their impact on larval mortality, pupal and adult emergence of 2nd and 4th instar larvae of Spodoptera litura F.