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Aphid Ecology: An Optimization Approach

By: AFG Dixon

300 pages, Figs, tabs

Chapman & Hall

Hardback | Dec 1997 | Edition: 2 | #52726 | ISBN: 0412741806
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About this book

Covering all aspects of aphid ecology, this new edition includes new chapters on redistribution in space, biological control, forecasting of pest aphid outbreaks and pollution and global warming.


Contents

Feeding behaviour and food quality; host specificity and speciation; size; resource tracking - mechanism - cyclical parthenogenesis; resources tracking - mechanism - polyphenism; resource tracking in space; population dynamics; community structure and species diversity.


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