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Searching behaviour in animals comes in many forms - finding food and a mate, assessment of places to overwinter, optimal oviposition by insects on a plant - and is of great interest to biologists. This book identifies the environmental cues that elicit searching behaviour, and outlines the genetic determinants involved in such behaviour.
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