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Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 61

Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 61
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
521 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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Volume 61 contains 25 review articles. See the table of contents for details.

Contents

- Structure and Evolution of Insect Sperm: New Interpretations in the Age of Phylogenomics; Romano Dallai, Marco Gottardo, and Rolf Georg Beutel (Vol. 61: 1–23)
- Neurobiology of Monarch Butterfly Migration; Steven M. Reppert, Patrick A. Guerra, and Christine Merlin (Vol. 61: 25–42)
- Pesticide-Induced Stress in Arthropod Pests for Optimized Integrated Pest Management Programs; R.N.C. Guedes, G. Smagghe, J.D. Stark, and N. Desneux (Vol. 61: 43–62)
- The Sensory Ecology of Ant Navigation: From Natural Environments to Neural Mechanisms; Markus Knaden and Paul Graham (Vol. 61: 63–76)
- Invasion and Management of Agricultural Alien Insects in China; Fang-Hao Wan and Nian-Wan Yang (Vol. 61: 77–98)
- The Genetic Basis of Pheromone Evolution in Moths; Astrid T. Groot, Teun Dekker, and David G. Heckel (Vol. 61: 99–117)
- Antarctic Entomology; Steven L. Chown and Peter Convey (Vol. 61: 119–137)
- Remote Sensing and Reflectance Profiling in Entomology; Christian Nansen and Norman Elliott (Vol. 61: 139–158)
- Traumatic Myiasis: A Neglected Disease in a Changing World; Martin J.R. Hall, Richard L. Wall, and Jamie R. Stevens (Vol. 61: 159–176)
- Biosynthesis, Turnover, and Functions of Chitin in Insects; Kun Yan Zhu, Hans Merzendorfer, Wenqing Zhang, Jianzhen Zhang, and Subbaratnam Muthukrishnan (Vol. 61: 177–196)
- Chemical Ecology of Neuroptera; Jeffrey R. Aldrich and Qing-He Zhang (Vol. 61: 197–218)
- Taxonomy, Ecology, and Management of Native and Exotic Fruit Fly Species in Africa; Sunday Ekesi, Marc De Meyer, Samira A. Mohamed, Massimiliano Virgilio, and Christian Borgemeister (Vol. 61: 219–238)
- Reproduction–Immunity Trade-Offs in Insects; Robin A. Schwenke, Brian P. Lazzaro, and Mariana F. Wolfner (Vol. 61: 239–256)
- Hearing in Insects; Martin C. Göpfert and R. Matthias Hennig (Vol. 61: 257–276)
- Biology, Ecology, and Management of the Diamondback Moth in China; Zhenyu Li, Xia Feng, Shu-Sheng Liu, Minsheng You, and Michael J. Furlong (Vol. 61: 277–296)
- Major Hurdles for the Evolution of Sociality; Judith Korb and Jürgen Heinze (Vol. 61: 297–316)
- Plasticity in Insect Olfaction: To Smell or Not to Smell?; Christophe Gadenne, Romina B. Barrozo, and Sylvia Anton (Vol. 61: 317–333)
- Eradication of Invading Insect Populations: From Concepts to Applications; Andrew M. Liebhold, Ludek Berec, Eckehard G. Brockerhoff, Rebecca S. Epanchin-Niell, Alan Hastings, Daniel A. Herms, John M. Kean, Deborah G. McCullough, David M. Suckling, Patrick C. Tobin, and Takehiko Yamanaka (Vol. 61: 335–352)
- Studying the Complex Communities of Ants and Their Symbionts Using Ecological Network Analysis; Aniek B.F. Ivens, Christoph von Beeren, Nico Blüthgen, and Daniel J.C. Kronauer (Vol. 61: 353–371)
- The Layers of Plant Responses to Insect Herbivores; Meredith C. Schuman and Ian T. Baldwin (Vol. 61: 373–394)
- Rift Valley Fever: An Emerging Mosquito-Borne Disease; Kenneth J. Linthicum, Seth C. Britch, and Assaf Anyamba (Vol. 61: 395–415)
- Ecology of Varroa destructor, the Major Ectoparasite of the Western Honey Bee, Apis mellifera; Francesco Nazzi and Yves Le Conte (Vol. 61: 417–432)
- What Can Plasticity Contribute to Insect Responses to Climate Change?; Carla M. Sgrò, John S. Terblanche, and Ary A. Hoffmann (Vol. 61: 433–451)
- Biology, Ecology, and Management of an Invasive Stink Bug, Bagrada hilaris, in North America; John C. Palumbo, Thomas M. Perring, Jocelyn G. Millar, and Darcy A. Reed (Vol. 61: 453–473)
- The Molecular Evolution of Xenobiotic Metabolism and Resistance in Chelicerate Mites; Thomas Van Leeuwen and Wannes Dermauw (Vol. 61: 475–498)

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Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 61
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
521 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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