https://rajpub.com/index.php/jab/issue/feed JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOLOGY 2022-09-07T09:24:10+00:00 Gurpal Kaur editor@rajpub.com Open Journal Systems https://rajpub.com/index.php/jab/article/view/9274 Optimization of the production of black soldier flies Hermetia Illucens by controlling biological parameters in Côte d'Ivoire 2022-08-14T13:15:53+00:00 Akpa Alexandre Moïse Akpesse alexakpesse@yahoo.fr Celine Nobah Epse Kacou Wodjé ncskoco@gmail.com Otchoumou Atcho Roxane Danielle roxaneatcho@gmail.com Tenon COULIBALY tenondezana@gmail.com Dohouonan Diabaté diabdoh@yahoo.fr Thérèse Appoh Perrine KISSI perrinekissi@yahoo.fr Kouakou Hervé Koua hervkoua@yahoo.fr Kouassi Philippe Kouassi kphilippe@yahoo.fr <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study was conducted at the ENS vivarium located at the UFHB of Cocody in the city of Abidjan in the south of Ivory Coast, with a temperature of about 28° C and a humidity of about 70%. It aimed to study some biological parameters of the black soldier fly </span><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">Hermetia illucens</span></em><span style="font-weight: 400;">. For achieve this goal, it was a question of studying the different stages of development of the black soldier fly and also studying the evolution of its growth parameters. The flies were captured, kept in an aviary and observed from the fly stage to the end of the pupal stage (emergence of the first flies). Data on the duration of the different stages of development and the evolution of larval growth parameters (average weight, length, width, Fulton index, length/width ratio, survival and mortality rate of larvae) have been taken. This study revealed that the life cycle of </span><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">Hermetia illucens</span></em><span style="font-weight: 400;"> is between 31 and 43 days, with an incubation time of eggs that lasts 2 days, a larval phase of 14 days, a pupation of 10 days and a duration of adult life of 8 days on average. In addition, this study reports a low mortality rate of larvae (3.45%), larvae much longer (19.46 mm), wider (6 mm) and plumper. </span></p> 2022-09-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Akpa Alexandre Moïse Akpesse, Celine Nobah Epse Kacou Wodjé, Otchoumou Atcho Roxane Danielle, Tenon COULIBALY, Dohouonan Diabaté, Thérèse Appoh Perrine KISSI, Kouakou Hervé Koua, Kouassi Philippe Kouassi https://rajpub.com/index.php/jab/article/view/9237 Pyrimidine Derivatives As Analogues Of Plant Hormones For Intensification Of Wheat Growth During The Vegetation Period 2022-05-27T05:15:27+00:00 Tsygankova V. A vtsygankova@ukr.net Voloshchuk I.V vtsygankova@ukr.net Andrusevich Ya.V. vtsygankova@ukr.net Kopich V. M vtsygankova@ukr.net Pilyo S. G vtsygankova@ukr.net Klyuchko S. V vtsygankova@ukr.net Kachaeva M. V vtsygankova@ukr.net <p> Wheat is one of the economically important cereals that are widely used in the agricultural sector of many countries. A very important issue is the development of new effective growth regulators to improve the growth and development of this crop in order to increase its productivity. In our investigations the regulating activity of the synthetic low molecular weight heterocyclic compounds, pyrimidine derivatives on growth and development of wheat (<em>Triticum</em> <em>aestivum</em> L.) variety Tyra was studied. It was found that the use of pyrimidine derivatives in a concentration of 10<sup>-7</sup>M in water solution revealed a positive effect on the growth and development of both shoot and root systems of wheat plants during the vegetation period. Comparative analysis of the growth regulating activity of synthetic compounds showed that the activity of pyrimidine derivatives was differentiated and depended on substituents in their chemical structure. The application of pyrimidine derivatives as new effective regulators of growth and development of wheat (<em>Triticum</em> <em>aestivum</em> L.) variety Tyra was proposed.</p> 2022-06-21T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Tsygankova V. A, Voloshchuk I.V, Andrusevich Ya.V., Kopich V. M, Pilyo S. G, Klyuchko S. V, Kachaeva M. V