An amazing life cycle of monarch the butterflies shows the wonder and the excellence of mother nature. Some insects have an entire metamorphosis the changing in the insect body form through different phases. Monarch butterfly undergoes a great complete metamorphosis process: egg, larva, bocera and adult (Bernstein, 1990). The process of evolution is guided by genes. There are three hormones manufactured from the genes. First, Brain hormone which makes a sweat gland in the chest gives the second hormone (Molting hormone) which is completely depend upon which third junk (Juvenile hormone) which causes the molting with the larva in order to presents in high volume. Each stage of the transformation is particular to do a particular activity therefore the metamorphosis method is very useful in that fashion because it prevents a blending between two functions that ask for enormous energy just like in the caterpillar stage the mission is growing while in the butterflies stage responsible for the reproducting (Towle, 1991). After mating, the male lepidopteran dies as the female needs to survive until she lies her eggs. She chooses the place to put her eggs carefully by choosing a close destination for a leaves so the caterpillars can easily eat when they hatch. The mission from the caterpillar is eating. Beginning with it covering which shielded it mainly because it developed. When the caterpillar increases, its all set to move to the next stage (pupa) by spinning a silk pad and hanging their heads downward from the cushion. there are active changes within the pupa to create an adult butterfly by completing the transformation of the organs and the arrangement with the muscular system then after a while its ready to emerge (Patent, 1979).
Monarch butterflies immigration
Migration of monarch butterflies is the most amazing biological function on the the planet. The trip of monarch butterflies is around 3100 kilometers (500 km). When the temp drops in the wintertime in the north of the U. S., the butterflies migrate to the south (Mexico and California)...
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