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Methods in Chemical Ecology, Volume 2: Bioassay Methods

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Series: Methods in Chemical Ecology Volume: 2
Edited By: Kenneth F Haynes and Jocelyn G Millar
406 pages, Illus
Methods in Chemical Ecology, Volume 2: Bioassay Methods
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  • Methods in Chemical Ecology, Volume 2: Bioassay Methods ISBN: 9780412080418 Hardback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This practical manual represents a comprehensive, up-to-date compilation of useful chemical ecology techniques and references. Written from the viewpoint of the practitioner, this book and its companion volume on chemical methods describe apparatus and methods, providing detailed discussions of the advantages and limitations of various techniques. Taken together, the volumes provide the information required to isolate and identify biologically active chemicals mediating inter- and intraspecific interactions between organisms from most of the major taxa. "Methods in Chemical Ecology: Bioassay Methods" covers bioassay techniques from a broad spectrum of species, ranging from microorganisms in aquatic environments to mammals in terrestrial habitats. This volume is designed to assist both ecologists and chemists with the sometimes daunting task of developing bioassay techniques to be used in the isolation and identification of natural products. The contributors, all highly respected active researchers, provide insights into the many pitfalls of bioassay design based on their years of experience. With minimal use of technical jargon, this volume is designed as an indispensable reference manual for graduate students as well as experienced researchers. This volume will also serve as a valuable reference book for researchers in many related disciplines, including animal behavior, natural-products chemistry, ecology, botany/plant sciences, zoology, entomology, marine biology and ecology, and pharmacology.


Bioassays with marine micro-organisms, Kelly M. Jenkins, P.R. Jensen, and William Fenical; bioassays with marine and freshwater macro organisms, Mark E. Hay, John J. Stachowicz, Edwin Cruz-Rivera, Stephan Bullard, Michael S. Deal and Niels Lindquist; bioassay methods for fungi and oomycetes, James L. Kerwin and Melinda J. Semon; bioassays for allelopathy in terrestrial plants, John T. Romeo and Jeffrey D. Weidenhamer; bioassay methods with terrestrial invertebrates, J.Daniel Hare; bioassy methods with for amphibians and reptiles, Robert T. Mason, Douglas P. Chivers, Alicia Mathis, and Andrew R. Blaustein; bioassys for mammals and birds, Dale L. Nolte and J. Russell Manson-Mathis, and Andrew R. Blaustein.

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Kenneth F. Haynes is a Professor of Entomology in the Department of Entomology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.
Handbook / Manual
Series: Methods in Chemical Ecology Volume: 2
Edited By: Kenneth F Haynes and Jocelyn G Millar
406 pages, Illus
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'Its greatest value is as a compilation of ideas to guide future work. As such, it is ideal for advanced students in chemical ecology, but it is also very readable and would be fascinating for those with general interests in ecology.' Journal of Environmental Quality, 28 (1999)
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