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A Method for Age Synchrony of Panagrellus Redivivus in Xenic Culture

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A method for synchronizing yeast fed populations of female Panagrellus redivivus has been developed. Synchronous cultures are begun with 1 or 2 day old larvae and resynchronized at 7 days of age and every 3 days thereafter. Synchrony is obtained by separating parents from progeny, and females from males, on sucrose gradients. Using this method synchrony has been maintained from the peak of reproduction to the median life span of individuals in selected populations.

Affiliations: 1: The Department of Chemistry, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, U.S.A.


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