Antonov A., Lutovinovas E., Ivanov G., Pastukhova N. Adaptation and prospects of breeding flies Black lvink (Hermetia illucens) in circumpolar region // Principy èkologii. 2017. № 3. P. 4‒19. DOI: 10.15393/j1.art.2017.6302


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Adaptation and prospects of breeding flies Black lvink (Hermetia illucens) in circumpolar region

Antonov
   Alexandre
PhD, M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University, anaximandr2@yandex.ru
Lutovinovas
   Erikas
PhD, Nature Research Centre, wohlfahrtia@gmail.com
Ivanov
   Gennady Anatol
LLC "NordTehSad", arhsad@yandex.ru
Pastukhova
   Nadezhda
M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University, hope203@yandex.ru
Keywords:
Biotechnology
fly Black lvink (Hermetia illucens)
adaptation
bioconversion
composition of larvae
fodder additive
breeding process
circumpolar region
Summary: Biotechnology has recently become pervasive, as a prospective branch of science that study the possibilities of using living organisms, systems or products of their vital activity to solve technological problems. American type of fly - the Black lvink (Hermetia illucens) is used as a research object. The species lives in countries with warm climate, but recently the issue of flies breeding in the regions with cold climatic conditions has been actively discussed. Unlike America and countries of Western Europe, in Russia this issue is underexplored. The analysis of literature sources will allow determining the optimal conditions for the growth, development and reproduction of the species in artificially created laboratory conditions. The insect has gained widespread appreciation due to its highly effective bioconversion of various solid organic wastes as well as high nutrition of larvae with the possibility of using them in feeding farm animals and aquaculture. However, this is not the full range of research areas of fly use. The larva of the fly is characterized by the ability to absorb virtually any biowastes. As a result, its body accumulates a complex of substances, the percentage of which depends on the diet. The larva contains about 40% amino acids which produce a favorable effect on the growth and development of farm animals and birds, and confirm the possibility of using dry larvae as a fodder additive. Black lvink causes great scientific and practical interest. Artificial creation of the necessary conditions for the life of the species when studying and adaptation of an insect in cold climate as well as the development of technologies for the development and reproduction of insects in laboratory and industrial conditions will provide fly breeding in circumpolar regions and allow developing a number of biotechnology directions in Arkhangelsk region.

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Received on: 06 February 2017
Published on: 07 November 2017

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