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By James L. Nation

Embryogenesis
Digestion
meals
Integument
Hormones and Development
Diapause
middleman Metabolism
Neuroanatomy
Neurophysiology
Muscles
Flight
Sensory structures
Vision
Circulatory System
Immunity
respiratory
Excretion
Pheromones
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summary: Embryogenesis
Digestion
foodstuff
Integument
Hormones and Development
Diapause
middleman Metabolism
Neuroanatomy
Neurophysiology
Muscles
Flight
Sensory platforms
Vision
Circulatory System
Immunity
breathing
Excretion
Pheromones
Reproduction
Appendix

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Ultimately goblet cavity contents are emptied into the lumen of the midgut. Several different anions, including bicarbonate HCO3-, may be secreted into the lumen with potassium, giving rise to the high pH characteristic of the larval midgut in many Lepidoptera (Dow, 1984; Dow and O’Donnell, 1990). , 1985). , 1991). Although the detailed mechanism for regulation of pump function in the midgut has yet to be determined, it is likely that part of the regulatory process involves dissociation/reassociation of the V1 cytoplasmic complex from the Vo transmembrane complex, as demonstrated in yeast proton pumps (Kane and Parra, 2000).

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