Most insects alter their own development or physiology to overcome adverse conditions, such as harsh winters. Although day length and temperature are known to regulate this change, exactly how this process occurs is not very clear yet. In a collaborative study, a research group from Okayama University, Tokushima University, and Pompeu Fabra University showed how a specific insect undergoes seasonal adaptation in its immature state.
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