Difference between revisions of "Grasshopper Development"
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Based onRE. Pfadt, '''Field Guide to Common Western Grasshoppers''' 3rd edn Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 912 February 2002 University of Wyoming [http://www.sidney.ars.usda.gov/grasshopper/ID_Tools/F_Guide/FieldGde.pdf USDA and the Agricultural Research Service - PDF]</ref>
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Some Recent Findings
Flow visualization in the heart of a grasshopper (Schistocerca americana) using synchrotron x-ray phase-contrast imaging.
- <pubmed>19272159</pubmed>| BMC Physiol.
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ovipositor valves - three pair of digging and egg laying structures at the end of the abdomen in female grasshoppers.
Based on: RE. Pfadt, Field Guide to Common Western Grasshoppers 3rd edn Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 912 February 2002 University of Wyoming USDA and the Agricultural Research Service - PDF</ref>
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