|Title:||Synchronization of ATPase Activity in the Honeybee Thorax with Development, in Pharate and Early Adult Stages||Authors:||E.Y. Cheng
|Issue Date:||1980||Publisher:||[Gerrards Cross, Eng., etc.] International Bee Research Association [etc.]||Journal Volume:||19||Journal Issue:||4||Start page/Pages:||213-218||Source:||Journal of Apicultural Research||Abstract:||
The progressive increase of oligomycin-sensitive (O-S) Mg2+ ATPase (mitochondrial in origin) is related to developmental changes during the pharate adult and early adult stages of worker honeybees in a colony at 32°C. The enzyme activity in the young adult is 20 times as great as 7 days earlier in the pharate adult. Oligomycin-insensitive Mg2+ ATPase also increases, but bya smaller amount (about 5 times).
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