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Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 63

Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 63
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
641 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
Annual Review of Entomology, Volume 63
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Volume 63 contains 30 review articles. See the table of contents for details.


- Preface: Valedictory from a Gadfly Grammarian; May R. Berenbaum (Vol. 63: pp. v–ix)
- The Evolution and Metamorphosis of Arthropod Proteomics and Genomics; Judith H. Willis (Vol. 63: pp. 1–13)
- Gustatory Processing in Drosophila melanogaster; Kristin Scott (Vol. 63: pp. 15–30)
- How Many Species of Insects and Other Terrestrial Arthropods Are There on Earth?; Nigel E. Stork (Vol. 63: pp. 31–45)
- Pseudacteon Phorid Flies: Host Specificity and Impacts on Solenopsis Fire Ants; Li Chen and Henry Y. Fadamiro (Vol. 63: pp. 47–67)
- Sleep in Insects; Charlotte Helfrich-Förster (Vol. 63: pp. 69–86)
- The Discovery of Arthropod-Specific Viruses in Hematophagous Arthropods: An Open Door to Understanding the Mechanisms of Arbovirus and Arthropod Evolution?; Charles H. Calisher and Stephen Higgs (Vol. 63: pp. 87–103)
- Social Immunity: Emergence and Evolution of Colony-Level Disease Protection; Sylvia Cremer, Christopher D. Pull, and Matthias A. Fürst (Vol. 63: pp. 105–123)
- Neonicotinoids and Other Insect Nicotinic Receptor Competitive Modulators: Progress and Prospects; John E. Casida (Vol. 63: pp. 125–144)
- Mosquito Immunobiology: The Intersection of Vector Health and Vector Competence; Lyric C. Bartholomay and Kristin Michel (Vol. 63: pp. 145–167)
- Insect-Borne Plant Pathogens and Their Vectors: Ecology, Evolution, and Complex Interactions; Sanford D. Eigenbrode, Nilsa A. Bosque-Pérez, and Thomas S. Davis (Vol. 63: pp. 169–191)
- Entomological Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Viticulture in a Global Market; Kent M. Daane, Charles Vincent, Rufus Isaacs, and Claudio Ioriatti (Vol. 63: pp. 193–214)
- The Management of Insect Pests in Australian Cotton: An Evolving Story; Lewis J. Wilson, Mary E. A. Whitehouse, and Grant A. Herron (Vol. 63: pp. 215–237)
- Ecology, Worldwide Spread, and Management of the Invasive South American Tomato Pinworm, Tuta absoluta: Past, Present, and Future; Antonio Biondi, Raul Narciso C. Guedes, Fang-Hao Wan, and Nicolas Desneux (Vol. 63: pp. 239–258)
- The Psychology of Superorganisms: Collective Decision Making by Insect Societies; Takao Sasaki and Stephen C. Pratt (Vol. 63: pp. 259–275)
- Anthropogenic Impacts on Mortality and Population Viability of the Monarch Butterfly; Stephen B. Malcolm (Vol. 63: pp. 277–302)
- Functional Hypoxia in Insects: Definition, Assessment, and Consequences for Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution; Jon F. Harrison, Kendra J. Greenlee, and Wilco C.E.P. Verberk (Vol. 63: pp. 303–325)
- Nutritional Physiology and Ecology of Honey Bees; Geraldine A. Wright, Susan W. Nicolson, and Sharoni Shafir (Vol. 63: pp. 327–344)
- Environmental Adaptations, Ecological Filtering, and Dispersal Central to Insect Invasions; David Renault, Mathieu Laparie, Shannon J. McCauley, and Dries Bonte (Vol. 63: pp. 345–368)
- Alien Invasion: Biology of Philornis Flies Highlighting Philornis downsi, an Introduced Parasite of Galápagos Birds; Sabrina M. McNew and Dale H. Clayton (Vol. 63: pp. 369–387)
- Systematics, Biology, and Evolution of Microgastrine Parasitoid Wasps; James B. Whitfield, Andrew D. Austin, and Jose L. Fernandez-Triana (Vol. 63: pp. 389–406)
- Management of Western North American Bark Beetles with Semiochemicals; Steven J. Seybold, Barbara J. Bentz, Christopher J. Fettig, John E. Lundquist, Robert A. Progar, and Nancy E. Gillette (Vol. 63: pp. 407–432)
- Tritrophic Interactions Mediated by Herbivore-Induced Plant Volatiles: Mechanisms, Ecological Relevance, and Application Potential; Ted C.J. Turlings and Matthias Erb (Vol. 63: pp. 433–452)
- Advances in Attract-and-Kill for Agricultural Pests: Beyond Pheromones; Peter C. Gregg, Alice P. Del Socorro, and Peter J. Landolt (Vol. 63: pp. 453–470)
- Neuroparasitology of Parasite–Insect Associations; David P. Hughes and Frederic Libersat (Vol. 63: pp. 471–487)
- Regulatory Pathways Controlling Female Insect Reproduction; Sourav Roy, Tusar T. Saha, Zhen Zou, and Alexander S. Raikhel (Vol. 63: pp. 489–511)
- Entomological Collections in the Age of Big Data; Andrew Edward Z. Short, Torsten Dikow, and Corrie S. Moreau (Vol. 63: pp. 513–530)
- Phylogeny and Evolution of Neuropterida: Where Have Wings of Lace Taken Us?; Michael S. Engel, Shaun L. Winterton, and Laura C.V. Breitkreuz (Vol. 63: pp. 531–551)
- Health Hazards Associated with Arthropod Infestation of Stored Products; Jan Hubert, Vaclav Stejskal, Christos G. Athanassiou, and James E. Throne (Vol. 63: pp. 553–573)
- Correlates and Consequences of Worker Polymorphism in Ants; Bill D. Wills, Scott Powell, Michael D. Rivera, and Andrew V. Suarez (Vol. 63: pp. 575–598)
- Impact of the Invasive Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in North America and Europe: History, Biology, Ecology, and Management; Tracy C. Leskey and Anne L. Nielsen (Vol. 63: pp. 599–618)

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Series: Annual Review of Entomology Volume: 63
By: May R Berenbaum(Editor), Ring T Cardé(Editor), Gene E Robinson(Editor)
641 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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