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

Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 56

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Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 56
532 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 56
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  • Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 56 ISBN: 9780824301569 Paperback Jan 2012 Out of Print #192093
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About this book

This volume contains 25 review papers, see the table of contents for more details.

Contents

- Preface - Ted Schultz
- Bemisia tabaci: A Statement of Species Status - Paul J. De Barro, Shu-Sheng Liu, Laura M. Boykin, and Adam B. Dinsdale, 1–19
- Insect Seminal Fluid Proteins: Identification and Function - Frank W. Avila, Laura K. Sirot, Brooke A. LaFlamme, C. Dustin Rubinstein, and Mariana F. Wolfner, 21–40
- Using Geographic Information Systems and Decision Support Systems for the Prediction, Prevention, and Control of Vector-Borne Diseases - Lars Eisen and Rebecca J. Eisen, 41–61
- Salivary Gland Hypertrophy Viruses: A Novel Group of Insect Pathogenic Viruses - Verena-Ulrike Lietze, Adly M.M. Abd-Alla, Marc J.B. Vreysen, Christopher J. Geden, and Drion G. Boucias, 63–80
- Insect-Resistant Genetically Modified Rice in China: From Research to Commercialization - Mao Chen, Anthony Shelton, and Gong-yin Ye, 81–101
- Energetics of Insect Diapause - Daniel A. Hahn and David L. Denlinger, 103–121
- Arthropods of Medicoveterinary Importance in Zoos - Peter H. Adler, Holly C. Tuten, and Mark P. Nelder, 123–142
- Climate Change and Evolutionary Adaptations at Species' Range Margins - Jane K. Hill, Hannah M. Griffiths, and Chris D. Thomas, 143–159
- Ecological Role of Volatiles Produced by Plants in Response to Damage by Herbivorous Insects - J. Daniel Hare, 161–180
- Native and Exotic Pests of Eucalyptus: A Worldwide Perspective - Timothy D. Paine, Martin J. Steinbauer, and Simon A. Lawson, 181–201
- Urticating Hairs in Arthropods: Their Nature and Medical Significance - Andrea Battisti, Göran Holm, Bengt Fagrell, and Stig Larsson, 203–220
- The Alfalfa Leafcutting Bee, Megachile rotundata: The World's Most Intensively Managed Solitary Bee - Theresa L. Pitts-Singer and James H. Cane, 221–237
- Vision and Visual Navigation in Nocturnal Insects - Eric Warrant and Marie Dacke, 239–254
- The Role of Phytopathogenicity in Bark Beetle–Fungus Symbioses: A Challenge to the Classic Paradigm - Diana L. Six and Michael J. Wingfield, 255–272
- Robert F. Denno (1945–2008): Insect Ecologist Extraordinaire - Micky D. Eubanks, Michael J. Raupp, and Deborah L. Finke, 273–292
- The Role of Resources and Risks in Regulating Wild Bee Populations - T'ai H. Roulston and Karen Goodell, 293–312
- Venom Proteins from Endoparasitoid Wasps and Their Role in Host-Parasite Interactions - Sassan Asgari and David B. Rivers, 313–335
- Recent Insights from Radar Studies of Insect Flight - Jason W. Chapman, V. Alistair Drake, and Don R. Reynolds, 337–356
– Arthropod-Borne Diseases Associated with Political and Social Disorder - Philippe Brouqui, 357–374
- Ecology and Management of the Soybean Aphid in North America - David W. Ragsdale, Douglas A. Landis, Jacques Brodeur, George E. Heimpel, and Nicolas Desneux, 375–399
- A Roadmap for Bridging Basic and Applied Research in Forensic Entomology - J.K. Tomberlin, R. Mohr, M.E. Benbow, A.M. Tarone, and S. VanLaerhoven, 401–421
- Visual Cognition in Social Insects - Aurore Avarguès-Weber, Nina Deisig, and Martin Giurfa, 423–443
- Evolution of Sexual Dimorphism in the Lepidoptera - Cerisse E. Allen, Bas J. Zwaan, and Paul M. Brakefield, 445–464
- Forest Habitat Conservation in Africa Using Commercially Important Insects - Suresh Kumar Raina, Esther Kioko, Ole Zethner, and Susie Wren, 465–485
- Systematics and Evolution of Heteroptera: 25 Years of Progress - Christiane Weirauch and Randall T. Schuh, 487-510

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Out of Print
Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 56
532 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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