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Effects of two juvenile hormone analogs on haemolymph and fat-body metabolites of the eastern spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
Effects of insulin and 20E on the reproduction: The endocrine control of reproduction (like the vitellogenesis) is mainly made by juvenile hormone (JH), 20E, neuropeptides and ILPs (Belles and Piulack, 2015).
Affected genes include markers of the ecdysone pathway (EcRB, HR3, Neverland), the juvenile hormone signaling pathway (MET, SRC), and the RXR genes.
20-Hydroxyecdysone interacts with juvenile hormone and dopamine in the control of Drosophila virilis fertility.
Juvenile hormone has been described as part of a transduction system that assesses nutritional information and regulates reproduction in mosquitoes [96].
Such examples include the manipulation of medium replenished in Panax ginseng Meyer cell cultures for the improvement of ginsenosides accumulation [6] as well as the improvement of Cyperus aromaticus cell biomass for the production of juvenile hormone III (JH III) [3].
Among their topics are future perspectives for research on the biosynthesis of juvenile hormones and related sesquiterpenoids in arthropod endocrinology and ecotoxicology, roles of the juvenile hormone analog methoprene in gene transcription, population dynamics models for assessing the endocrine disruption potential of juvenile hormone analogues on non-target species, receptor-guided structure-activity modeling of inhibitors of juvenile hormone epoxide hydrolases, and using multicriteria analysis for selecting candidate insecticides for vector control.
IGRs may be classified into two groups: juvenile hormone analogs and chitin synthesis inhibitors.
Insect growth regulators include compounds that may affect moulting and metamorphosis by mimicking juvenile hormone activity (juvenile hormone agonists) or antagonizing juvenile hormone activity (ecdysteroids agonists) or by interfering with cuticle formation (chitin synthesis inhibitors) such as benzoylphenyl ureas (Oberlander et al.

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