Symposium: Diapause, voltinism and life-cycle regulation of forest insects
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Forest insects in temperate regions face periods of harsh environmental conditions. Thus, many species evolved adaptations to mitigate stress and decrease mortality. One common strategy is the expression of diapause that is reflected by a suppression of development, reproduction and metabolism, and by increased stress resistance. Further, diapause can affect other life-history parameters, like life-cycle duration or voltinism. Therefore, knowledge on diapause regulation of forest insects is crucial to understand their population dynamics and subsequently their potential to damage forests.
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