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Transcriptomics in Entomological Research

By: Matan Shelomi(Editor)
200 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Transcriptomics in Entomological Research
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  • Transcriptomics in Entomological Research ISBN: 9781789243130 Hardback Dec 2019 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £94.99
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Bridging the gap between genome and phenotype, the transcriptome is a molecular-level snapshot of the act of living. Transcriptomics shows which genes are expressed into proteins in a specific tissue of a specific organism at a specific time and condition. Transcriptomics in Entomological Research gives an account of the extraordinary diversity of ways transcriptomics has been and can be utilised in basic and applied entomological research. It encompasses a vast range of disciplines within entomology, applying transcriptomics to the study of over one million described species of insects. It covers a vast range of disciplines from phylogenomics to pest management, from ecology to physiology, and from behaviour to evolutionary biology. The book covers the breadth and depth of transcriptomics use in research to showcase the utility of this technology in all disciplines. Research examples in the book are relevant to fish, birds, plants, and fungi, as well as insects and other arthropods, helping scientists in any field, using any system, to understand what transcriptomics can do for them.

Transcriptomics in Entomological Research:
- Introduces transcriptomics theory and practice for researchers of all levels wishing to gain an insight into how to apply these techniques to their own fields.
- Showcases the myriad ways transcriptomics can be used to answer biological questions.
- Is written by a team of international experts describing their own experiences, giving guidance for applying it to the reader's own work.
- Reviews how transcriptomics research has helped entomologists push their fields further and make new discoveries.


1: Harnessing Transcriptomics to Study Insect Biology – Kyle M Lewald, Joanna C. Chiu
2: From Reads to Genes – Chengran Zhou, Guanliang Meng, Shanlin Liu
3: Transcriptomics in Pest Management Research - Antonino Malacrinò
4: Aphid Transcriptomics—Past, Present and Future – Sampurna Sattar, Gary A Thompson
5: Transcriptomic Research on Honey Bee-Associated Pathogens – James P. Tauber
6: Cytochrome P450s in the Era of Transcriptomics - Bernarda Calla, May R Berenbaum
7: Whole-body Transcriptome of the Douglas-fir Seed Chalcid, Megastigmus spermotrophus, Reveals Ecological and Evolutionary Insights. - Amber R Paulson, Jürgen Ehlting, Patrick von Aderkas, Steven J. Perlman.
8: Differential Transcriptome Profiling for Identification of Cellulose Degrading Enzymes in Ctenolepisma longicaudata - Ratnasri Pothula, Brian R. Johnson, William E. Klingeman, Matthew Huff, Margaret E. Staton, Juan Luis Jurat-Fuentes
9: Using RNA-Seq to Help Identify Functions in Unknown Organs - Matan Shelomi
10: A practical guide for functional transcriptomics: A case study in RNA interference and qPCR to understand the explosive chemistry of Brachinus bombardier beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae). - Aman Gill, Melanie Gee, Kipling Will

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By: Matan Shelomi(Editor)
200 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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