ⓘ Dufour's gland

                                     

ⓘ Dufours gland

Dufours gland is an abdominal gland of certain insects, part of the anatomy of the ovipositor or sting apparatus in female members of Apocrita. The diversification of Hymenoptera took place in the Cretaceous and the gland may have developed at about this time as it is present in all three groups of Apocrita, the wasps, bees and ants.

                                     
  • foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Dufour s gland an abdominal gland found in the females of nearly all members of the suborder
  • Saguenay, Quebec, Canada Dufour Yachts, French sailboat manufacturer Dufour s gland an abdominal gland of certain insects Dufour effect, the energy flux
  • queens. The Dufour s gland named after the French naturalist Leon Jean Marie Dufour opens into the dorsal vaginal wall. Dufour s gland and its secretion
  • the Dufour s gland is vital to brood rearing as well as oviposition and self - grooming. P. jacobsoni also produces richer secretions from its Dufour s gland
  • aggression by the Dufour s gland treatment was 53.3 seconds...The mean duration of aggression for the water, pygidial gland and poison gland controls were:
  • the Dufour s gland was empty and flat and in older parasites, the gland had a little oil but flatten as well. Hypertrophy of the Dufour s gland is known
  • ISBN 9780851992914. Williams, H.J. Elzen, G.W. Strand, M.R. Vinson, S B. 1983 Chemistry of dufour s gland secretions of Xylocopa virginica texana and Xylocopa micans
  • cunicularia over other choices even when available. A gland not unique to F. cunicularia is the Dufour s gland It is involved with many behaviors of ants, such
  • orientation trails is released from the Dufour s gland The major compounds that are released from the Dufour gland are Tridecane 28 and Nonadecane 26
  • appropriate level of humidity as the bee s larvae develop. The membrane is made from a liquid secreted by the Dufour s gland and the female bee uses her short
  • formic acid as well as substances in the Dufour s gland as chemical defence. The substances in the Durfour s gland contain hydrocarbons such as hendecane
  • workers which care for them do lick them. The queen has a gland called the Dufour s gland which secretes a chemical that she uses to mark any reproductive
  • nest. She emits a secretion from the Dufour s gland on her abdomen, named after its discoverer, Leon Jean Marie Dufour which includes a pheromone which