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Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 59

Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 59
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
604 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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Volume 59 contains 28 review articles. See the table of contents for details.

Contents

- Nancy E. Beckage (1950–2012): Pioneer in Insect Host-Parasite Interactions; Lynn M. Riddiford and Bruce A. Webb (Vol. 59: 1–12)
- Emerald Ash Borer Invasion of North America: History, Biology, Ecology, Impacts, and Management; Daniel A. Herms and Deborah G. McCullough (Vol. 59: 13–30)
- Invasion Biology of Aedes japonicus japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae); Michael G. Kaufman and Dina M. Fonseca (Vol. 59: 31–49)
- Death Valley, Drosophila, and the Devonian Toolkit; Michael H. Dickinson (Vol. 59: 51–72)
- Mosquito Diapause; David L. Denlinger and Peter A. Armbruster (Vol. 59: 73–93)
- Insect Mitochondrial Genomics: Implications for Evolution and Phylogeny; Stephen L. Cameron (Vol. 59: 95–117)
- Response of Native Insect Communities to Invasive Plants; T. Martijn Bezemer, Jeffrey A. Harvey, and James T. Cronin (Vol. 59: 119–141)
- Freshwater Biodiversity and Aquatic Insect Diversification; Klaas-Douwe B. Dijkstra, Michael T. Monaghan, and Steffen U. Pauls (Vol. 59: 143–163)
- Organization and Functional Roles of the Central Complex in the Insect Brain; Keram Pfeiffer and Uwe Homberg (Vol. 59: 165–184)
- Interactions Between Insect Herbivores and Plant Mating Systems; David E. Carr and Micky D. Eubanks (Vol. 59: 185–203)
- Genetic Control of Mosquitoes; Luke Alphey (Vol. 59: 205–224)
- Molecular Mechanisms of Phase Change in Locusts; Xianhui Wang and Le Kang (Vol. 59: 225–244)
- Traumatic Insemination in Terrestrial Arthropods; Nikolai J. Tatarnic, Gerasimos Cassis, and Michael T. Siva-Jothy (Vol. 59: 245–261)
- Behavioral Assays for Studies of Host Plant Choice and Adaptation in Herbivorous Insects; Lisa M. Knolhoff and David G. Heckel (Vol. 59: 263–278)
- Biology and Management of Psocids Infesting Stored Products; Manoj K. Nayak, Patrick J. Collins, James E. Throne, and Jin-Jun Wang (Vol. 59: 279–297)
- Chemical Ecology of Bumble Bees; Manfred Ayasse and Stefan Jarau (Vol. 59: 299–319)
- Model Systems, Taxonomic Bias, and Sexual Selection: Beyond Drosophila; Marlene Zuk, Francisco Garcia-Gonzalez, Marie Elisabeth Herberstein, and Leigh W. Simmons (Vol. 59: 321–338)
- Insect Speciation Rules: Unifying Concepts in Speciation Research; Sean P. Mullen and Kerry L. Shaw (Vol. 59: 339–361)
- Neural and Hormonal Control of Postecdysial Behaviors in Insects; Benjamin H. White and John Ewer (Vol. 59: 363–381)
- Using Semifield Studies to Examine the Effects of Pesticides on Mobile Terrestrial Invertebrates; S. Macfadyen, J.E. Banks, J.D. Stark, and A.P. Davies (Vol. 59: 383–404)
- The Development and Functions of Oenocytes; Rami Makki, Einat Cinnamon, and Alex P. Gould (Vol. 59: 405–425)
- Sexual Selection in Complex Environments; Christine W. Miller and Erik I. Svensson (Vol. 59: 427–445)
- Significance and Control of the Poultry Red Mite, Dermanyssus gallinae; O.A.E. Sparagano, D.R. George, D.W.J. Harrington, and A. Giangaspero (Vol. 59: 447–466)
- Evolutionary Interaction Networks of Insect Pathogenic Fungi; Jacobus J. Boomsma, Annette B. Jensen, Nicolai V. Meyling, and Jørgen Eilenberg (Vol. 59: 467–485)
- Systematics, Phylogeny, and Evolution of Orb-Weaving Spiders; Gustavo Hormiga and Charles E. Griswold (Vol. 59: 487–512)
- Advances in Silkworm Studies Accelerated by the Genome Sequencing of Bombyx mori; Qingyou Xia, Sheng Li, and Qili Feng (Vol. 59: 513–536)
- The Role of Mites in Insect-Fungus Associations; R.W. Hofstetter and J.C. Moser (Vol. 59: 537–557)
- Movement of Entomophagous Arthropods in Agricultural Landscapes: Links to Pest Suppression; N.A. Schellhorn, F.J.J.A. Bianchi, and C.L. Hsu (Vol. 59: 559–581)

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Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 59
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
604 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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