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The Cuticle of the Cockroach Periplaneta americana. VI. The Composition of the Cuticle as Determined by Quantitative Analysis
R. Dennell and S. R. A. Malek
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences
Vol. 145, No. 919 (May 29, 1956), pp. 249-258
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/82954
Page Count: 10
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Analyses of the cockroach cuticle in different developmental stages and conditions give information on the changes taking place during hardening and on the differences between the pre-exuvial and post-exuvial parts of the cuticle. They give strong support to the conclusions reached from histochemical examination, and confirm the view that hardening of the cuticle involves a reduction in solubility of cuticular constituents as the result of phenolic tanning.
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