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Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 62

Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 62
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
482 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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Volume 62 contains 24 review articles. See the table of contents for details.


- Introduction; Subba Reddy Palli (Vol. 62: v–vii)
- Following the Yellow Brick Road; Charles H. Calisher (Vol. 62: 1–13)
- Behavioral Sabotage of Plant Defenses by Insect Folivores; David E. Dussourd (Vol. 62: 15–34)
- Neuropeptides as Regulators of Behavior in Insects; Liliane Schoofs, Arnold De Loof, and Matthias Boris Van Hiel (Vol. 62: 35–52)
- Learning in Insect Pollinators and Herbivores; Patricia L. Jones and Anurag A. Agrawal (Vol. 62: 53–71)
- Insect Pathogenic Fungi: Genomics, Molecular Interactions, and Genetic Improvements; Chengshu Wang and Sibao Wang (Vol. 62: 73–90)
- Habitat Management to Suppress Pest Populations: Progress and Prospects; Geoff M. Gurr, Steve D. Wratten, Douglas A. Landis, and Minsheng You (Vol. 62: 91–109)
- MicroRNAs and the Evolution of Insect Metamorphosis; Xavier Belles (Vol. 62: 111–125)
- The Impact of Trap Type and Design Features on Survey and Detection of Bark and Woodboring Beetles and Their Associates: A Review and Meta-Analysis; Jeremy D. Allison and Richard A. Redak (Vol. 62: 127–146)
- Tephritid Integrative Taxonomy: Where We Are Now, with a Focus on the Resolution of Three Tropical Fruit Fly Species Complexes; Mark K. Schutze, Massimiliano Virgilio, Allen Norrbom, and Anthony R. Clarke (Vol. 62: 147–164)
- Emerging Themes in Our Understanding of Species Displacements; Yulin Gao and Stuart R. Reitz (Vol. 62: 165–183)
- Diversity of Cuticular Micro- and Nanostructures on Insects: Properties, Functions, and Potential Applications; Gregory S. Watson, Jolanta A. Watson, and Bronwen W. Cribb (Vol. 62: 185–205)
- Impacts of Insect Herbivores on Plant Populations; Judith H. Myers and Rana M. Sarfraz (Vol. 62: 207–230)
- Past, Present, and Future of Integrated Control of Apple Pests: The New Zealand Experience; James T.S. Walker, David Maxwell Suckling, and C. Howard Wearing (Vol. 62: 231–248)
- Beekeeping from Antiquity Through the Middle Ages; Gene Kritsky (Vol. 62: 249–264)
- Phylogeny and Evolution of Lepidoptera; Charles Mitter, Donald R. Davis, and Michael P. Cummings (Vol. 62: 265–283)
- The Ambrosia Symbiosis: From Evolutionary Ecology to Practical Management; Jiri Hulcr and Lukasz L. Stelinski (Vol. 62: 285–303)
- Social Life in Arid Environments: The Case Study of Cataglyphis Ants; Raphaël Boulay, Serge Aron, Xim Cerdá, Claudie Doums, Paul Graham, Abraham Hefetz, and Thibaud Monnin (Vol. 62: 305–321)
- Processionary Moths and Associated Urtication Risk: Global Change–Driven Effects; Andrea Battisti, Stig Larsson, and Alain Roques (Vol. 62: 323–342)
- African Horse Sickness Virus: History, Transmission, and Current Status; Simon Carpenter, Philip S. Mellor, Assane G. Fall, Claire Garros, and Gert J. Venter (Vol. 62: 343–358)
- Spatial Self-Organization of Ecosystems: Integrating Multiple Mechanisms of Regular-Pattern Formation; Robert M. Pringle and Corina E. Tarnita (Vol. 62: 359–377)
- Evolution of Stored-Product Entomology: Protecting the World Food Supply; David W. Hagstrum and Thomas W. Phillips (Vol. 62: 379–397)
- Ecoinformatics (Big Data) for Agricultural Entomology: Pitfalls, Progress, and Promise; Jay A. Rosenheim and Claudio Gratton (Vol. 62: 399–417)
- Molecular Evolution of Insect Sociality: An Eco-Evo-Devo Perspective; Amy L. Toth and Sandra M. Rehan (Vol. 62: 419–442)
- Physicochemical Property Variation in Spider Silk: Ecology, Evolution, and Synthetic Production; Sean J. Blamires, Todd A. Blackledge, and I-Min Tso (Vol. 62, 2017, pp. 443–460)

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Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 62
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
482 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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