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Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 58

Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 58

By: May R Berenbaum (Editor), Ring T Cardé (Editor), Gene E Robinson (Editor)

651 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables

Annual Reviews

Hardback | Jan 2013 | #204672 | ISBN-13: 9780824301583
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About this book

Volume 58 contains 30 review articles. See the table of contents for details.


Contents

- Life as a Cataglyphologist—and Beyond; Rüdiger Wehner (Vol. 58: 1–18)
- Ecological Mechanisms Underlying Arthropod Species Diversity in Grasslands; Anthony Joern and Angela N. Laws (Vol. 58: 19–36)
- Recurrent Evolution of Dependent Colony Foundation Across Eusocial Insects; Adam L. Cronin, Mathieu Molet, Claudie Doums, Thibaud Monnin, and Christian Peeters (Vol. 58: 37–55)
- The Impact of Molecular Data on Our Understanding of Bee Phylogeny and Evolution; Bryan N. Danforth, Sophie Cardinal, Christophe Praz, Eduardo A.B. Almeida, and Denis Michez (Vol. 58: 57–78)
- An Emerging Understanding of Mechanisms Governing Insect Herbivory Under Elevated CO2; Jorge A. Zavala, Paul D. Nabity, and Evan H. DeLucia (Vol. 58: 79–97)
- Neuroactive Insecticides: Targets, Selectivity, Resistance, and Secondary Effects; John E. Casida and Kathleen A. Durkin (Vol. 58: 99–117)
- Biological Pest Control in Mexico; Trevor Williams, Hugo C. Arredondo-Bernal, and Luis A. Rodríguez-del-Bosque (Vol. 58: 119–140)
- Nutritional Ecology of Entomophagy in Humans and Other Primates; David Raubenheimer and Jessica M. Rothman (Vol. 58: 141–160)
- Conservation and Variation in Hox Genes: How Insect Models Pioneered the Evo-Devo Field; Alison Heffer and Leslie Pick (Vol. 58: 161–179)
- The Juvenile Hormone Signaling Pathway in Insect Development; Marek Jindra, Subba R. Palli, and Lynn M. Riddiford (Vol. 58: 181–204)
- The Adult Dipteran Crop: A Unique and Overlooked Organ; John G. Stoffolano Jr. and Aaron T. Haselton (Vol. 58: 205–225)
- Biology of Phlebotomine Sand Flies as Vectors of Disease Agents; Paul D. Ready (Vol. 58: 227–250)
- Ecdysone Receptors: From the Ashburner Model to Structural Biology; Ronald J. Hill, Isabelle M.L. Billas, François Bonneton, Lloyd D. Graham, and Michael C. Lawrence (Vol. 58: 251–271)
- Thelytokous Parthenogenesis in Eusocial Hymenoptera; Christian Rabeling and Daniel J.C. Kronauer (Vol. 58: 273–292)
- Red Turpentine Beetle: Innocuous Native Becomes Invasive Tree Killer in China; Jianghua Sun, Min Lu, Nancy E. Gillette, and Michael J. Wingfield (Vol. 58: 293–311)
- Vision in Drosophila: Seeing the World Through a Model's Eyes; Angelique Paulk, S. Sean Millard, and Bruno van Swinderen (Vol. 58: 313–332)
- Intrinsic Inter- and Intraspecific Competition in Parasitoid Wasps; Jeffrey A. Harvey, Erik H. Poelman, and Toshiharu Tanaka (Vol. 58: 333–351)
- Biology and Management of Palm Dynastid Beetles: Recent Advances; Geoffrey O. Bedford (Vol. 58: 353–372)
- Odorant Reception in Insects: Roles of Receptors, Binding Proteins, and Degrading Enzymes; Walter S. Leal (Vol. 58: 373–391)
- Molecular Systematics and Insecticide Resistance in the Major African Malaria Vector Anopheles funestus; Maureen Coetzee and Lizette L. Koekemoer (Vol. 58: 393–412)
- Biology and Management of Asian Citrus Psyllid, Vector of the Huanglongbing Pathogens; Elizabeth E. Grafton-Cardwell, Lukasz L. Stelinski, and Philip A. Stansly (Vol. 58: 413–432)
- Host Preferences of Blood-Feeding Mosquitoes; Willem Takken and Niels O. Verhulst (Vol. 58: 433–453)
- Biology of Invasive Termites: A Worldwide Review; Theodore A. Evans, Brian T. Forschler, and J. Kenneth Grace (Vol. 58: 455–474)
- Spider-Venom Peptides: Structure, Pharmacology, and Potential for Control of Insect Pests; Glenn F. King and Margaret C. Hardy (Vol. 58: 475–496)
- Ecdysone Control of Developmental Transitions: Lessons from Drosophila Research; Naoki Yamanaka, Kim F. Rewitz, and Michael B. O'Connor (Vol. 58: 497–516)
- Diamondback Moth Ecology and Management: Problems, Progress, and Prospects; Michael J. Furlong, Denis J. Wright, and Lloyd M. Dosdall (Vol. 58: 517–541)
- Neural Mechanisms of Reward in Insects; Clint J. Perry and Andrew B. Barron (Vol. 58: 543–562)
- Potential of Insects as Food and Feed in Assuring Food Security; Arnold van Huis (Vol. 58: 563–583)
- A History of Entomological Classification; Michael S. Engel and Niels P. Kristensen (Vol. 58: 585–607)
- Ants and the Fossil Record; John S. LaPolla, Gennady M. Dlussky, and Vincent Perrichot (Vol. 58: 609–630)


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