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Studies on a Method of Radioactive Tagging of a Gall Midge, Dasyneura brassicae Winn. (Dipt., Cecidomyiidae)

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As mentioned in an earlier paper (Sylvén, I970) specimens of the Brassica Pod Midge, Dasyneura brassicae Winn., can be efficiently tagged by treating midge-infested pods with 32P. The results of the experiment dealt with in the present article indicate that about I-I I/2 μCi of 32P per g fresh weight of the pods is for this purpose an appropriate contamination level. This amount gives a high labelling effect, and seems to have no drastic influence upon the body size or the egg production of the female midges developed from larvae in the pods treated.

Affiliations: 1: National Swedish Institute for Plant Protection, I7I07 Solna 7, and Department of Radiobiology, Agricultural College of Sweden, 750 07 Uppsala 7

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