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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Arthropods (excl. insects)  Arthropods: General

Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 51

Out of Print
Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 51
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
745 pages, 8 plates with colour photos; b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 51
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  • Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 51 ISBN: 9780824301514 Hardback Dec 2006 Out of Print #158125
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About this book

Volume 51 contains 35 papers, see the table of contents for more details.

Contents

Preface - Felix Sperling

SIGNALING AND FUNCTION OF INSULIN-LIKE PEPTIDES IN INSECTS
Qi Wu and Mark R. Brown
Vol. 51: 1–24

PROSTAGLANDINS AND OTHER EICOSANOIDS IN INSECTS: Biological Significance
David Stanley
Vol. 51: 25–44

BOTANICAL INSECTICIDES, DETERRENTS, AND REPELLENTS IN MODERN AGRICULTURE AND AN INCREASINGLY REGULATED WORLD
Murray B. Isman
Vol. 51: 45–66

INVASION BIOLOGY OF THRIPS
Joseph G. Morse and Mark S. Hoddle
Vol. 51: 67–89

INSECT VECTORS OF PHYTOPLASMAS
Phyllis G. Weintraub and LeAnn Beanland
Vol. 51: 91–111

INSECT ODOR AND TASTE RECEPTORS
Elissa A. Hallem, Anupama Dahanukar, and John R. Carlson
Vol. 51: 113–135

INSECT BIODIVERSITY OF BOREAL PEAT BOGS
Karel Spitzer and Hugh V. Danks
Vol. 51: 137–161

PLANT CHEMISTRY AND NATURAL ENEMY FITNESS: Effects on Herbivore and Natural Enemy Interactions
Paul J. Ode
Vol. 51: 163–185

APPARENT COMPETITION, QUANTITATIVE FOOD WEBS, AND THE STRUCTURE OF PHYTOPHAGOUS INSECT COMMUNITIES
F.J. Frank van Veen, Rebecca J. Morris, and H. Charles J. Godfray
Vol. 51: 187–208

STRUCTURE OF THE MUSHROOM BODIES OF THE INSECT BRAIN
Susan E. Fahrbach
Vol. 51: 209–232

EVOLUTION OF DEVELOPMENTAL STRATEGIES IN PARASITIC HYMENOPTERA
Francesco Pennacchio and Michael R. Strand
Vol. 51: 233–258

DOPA DECARBOXYLASE: A Model Gene-Enzyme System for Studying Development, Behavior, and Systematics
Ross B. Hodgetts and Sandra L. O'Keefe
Vol. 51: 259–284

CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS OF TRAP CROPPING IN PEST MANAGEMENT
A.M. Shelton and F.R. Badenes-Perez
Vol. 51: 285–308

HOST PLANT SELECTION BY APHIDS: Behavioral, Evolutionary, and Applied Perspectives
Glen Powell, Colin R. Tosh, and Jim Hardie
Vol. 51: 309–330

BIZARRE INTERACTIONS AND ENDGAMES: Entomopathogenic Fungi and Their Arthropod Hosts
H.E. Roy, D.C. Steinkraus, J. Eilenberg, A.E. Hajek, and J.K. Pell
Vol. 51: 331–357

CURRENT TRENDS IN QUARANTINE ENTOMOLOGY
Peter A. Follett and Lisa G. Neven
Vol. 51: 359–385

THE ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF TALLGRASS PRAIRIE ARTHROPODS
Matt R. Whiles and Ralph E. Charlton
Vol. 51: 387–412

MATING SYSTEMS OF BLOOD-FEEDING FLIES
Boaz Yuval
Vol. 51: 413–440

CANNIBALISM, FOOD LIMITATION, INTRASPECIFIC COMPETITION, AND THE REGULATION OF SPIDER POPULATIONS
David H. Wise
Vol. 51: 441–465

BIOGEOGRAPHIC AREAS AND TRANSITION ZONES OF LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS BASED ON PANBIOGEOGRAPHIC AND CLADISTIC ANALYSES OF THE ENTOMOFAUNA
Juan J. Morrone
Vol. 51: 467–494

DEVELOPMENTS IN AQUATIC INSECT BIOMONITORING: A Comparative Analysis of Recent Approaches
Núria Bonada, Narcís Prat, Vincent H. Resh, and Bernhard Statzner
Vol. 51: 495–523

TACHINIDAE: Evolution, Behavior, and Ecology
John O. Stireman, III, James E. O'Hara, and D. Monty Wood
Vol. 51: 525–555

TICK PHEROMONES AND THEIR USE IN TICK CONTROL
Daniel E. Sonenshine
Vol. 51: 557–580

CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN INSECT SOCIETIES
Francis L.W. Ratnieks, Kevin R. Foster, and Tom Wenseleers
Vol. 51: 581–608

ASSESSING RISKS OF RELEASING EXOTIC BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS OF ARTHROPOD PESTS
J.C. van Lenteren,J. Bale, F. Bigler, H.M.T. Hokkanen, and A.J.M. Loomans
Vol. 51: 609–634

DEFECATION BEHAVIOR AND ECOLOGY OF INSECTS
Martha R. Weiss
Vol. 51: 635–661

PLANT-MEDIATED INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PATHOGENIC MICROORGANISMS AND HERBIVOROUS ARTHROPODS
Michael J. Stout, Jennifer S. Thaler, and Bart P.H.J. Thomma
Vol. 51: 663–689

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Out of Print
Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 51
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
745 pages, 8 plates with colour photos; b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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