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Edited By: Y Hamamura
324 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Part 1: from feeding mechanism of silkworms to artificial diet; research records on food intake and growth of silkworms. Part 2: artificial diet and fresh mulberry leaves for silkworms; environmental physiology of silkworms reared on artificial diet; aseptic rearing of silkworms; bacterial diseases and countermeasures; introduction of virus diseases; cocoons and raw silk produced by silkworms reared on artificial diet.
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