FWD: Metamorphosis Of Butterflies GEHP

Gordon Ramel bug.man at bbsrc.ac.uk
Sat Mar 21 07:16:34 EST 1998

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This message is from Whitby Community College (Biology Department) <post at whitbycc.force9.co.uk>, a A-level Student from Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

We are a group of A-level students researching Metamorphosis of Butterflies and are unable to find suitable material. We would be grateful to receive answers to any of the following questions.

1. How do the proteins reform within the chrysalis to transforn a caterpillar via metamorphosis ?

2.What enzymes are needed for the above process ?

3. What energy requrements are needed in this process and where is the energy obtained from ?

4. What protein requrements are asociated with this process ?

5. Are there any species of butterflies/moths which are exceptions from this process (metamorphosis) or have unusual behaviour ?

Thank you for your time.


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