|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1999|
|Authors:||G. Pourie, Trabalon M.|
|Journal:||Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology|
|Keywords:||(Diptera), [Diet / / Cannibalism incidence, & cuticle lipid composition] [Feeding behaviour / / ]., Availability, availability & rearing conditions] [Cuticle / / Lipid composition], Behaviour, Biochemistry, Calliphora vomitoria (Calliphoridae): [Prey]., Calliphora vomitoria [Social behaviour / / Individual vs group rearing, composition] [Food availability / / effect on incidence of cannibalism, Diet, Ecology, effect of prey, effect on incidence of cannibalism & lipid, Effect on incidence of cannibalism & lipid composition] [Arachnid, effect on incidence of cannibalism & lipid composition]., Gryllus bimaculatus (Saltatoria): [Prey]., Gryllus bimaculatus [Arachnid predators / / Tegenaria atrica, influence of prey availability &, Integument, Nutrition, Predators, predators / / Tegenaria atrica, Prey, Prey availability, Prey availability]., rearing conditions] [Insect prey / / Gryllus (Orthoptera) & Calliphora, Tegenaria atrica (Araneae): [Predator]., Tegenaria atrica [Lipids / / Cuticle composition|
Relationships between the quantity of diet, and group vs. individual rearing toward ontogenesis on degree of cannibalism and cuticular lipid profile of young Tegenaria atrica Araneae, Agelenidae were studied. Ad libitum diet increases the development rate and decreases cannibalism between conspecifics compared to a reduced diet. Individually reared young on the two diets showed no quantitative differences in cuticular lipid profile, but differences were observed in individuals vs. group rearing modes. The ad libitum-fed grouped young spiders had notably increased quantities of palmitic acid, 13,17-,11,17-, and 9,17-dimethylhentriacontane, methyl oleate, and n-heptatriacontane over the reduced diet, cannibalistic group.
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