3 edition of Biology of insects found in the catalog.
Biology of insects
David J. Horn
|Statement||David J. Horn.|
|LC Classifications||QL463 .H78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 439 p. :|
|Number of Pages||439|
|LC Control Number||76001217|
Insect Biology in the Future: ""VBW 80"" contains essays presented to Sir Vincent Wigglesworth during his 80th year. Wigglesworth is fairly designated as the founding father and remarkable leader of insect physiology. His papers and other works significantly contribute to this field of study. Book • Edited by: Details of the organization and regulation of such pathways in insect biology are beginning to be understood in a few species. A common feature of proteases is that they are synthesized as inactive zymogens, activated by proteolysis when the time is right, and then rapidly inhibited by specific inhibitors.
The first edition of Tanada and Kaya’s Insect Pathology is the standard reference in the field for researchers and both undergraduate and graduate students and is well known worldwide among entomologists. However, the field has seen rapid advances in the 20 years since its original publication, and the new edition brings together an essential and updated resource for researchers with The biology of insects () by George H. Carpenter. Carpenter, George H. (George Herbert), , Keeper of The Manchester Museum, University of Manchester Formerly Professor of Zoology in The Royal College of Science, Dublin.
The earliest written works on insects relate to bee-keeping, a practice dating back to the Egyptians, and use of predatory insects to protect crops against insect pests. The fact that insects are small limited serious study until the development of the microscope in the late 16th and 17th centuries led to more detailed examination of these tiny organisms and a lot more literature. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Friedlander, C. P. (Cecil Paul) Biology of insects. New York: Pica Press: Distributed by Universe Books, , ©
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This book explores the physiological and molecular mechanisms that allow insects to cope with a cold environment, places these responses in an evolutionary and ecological context, and discusses their practical applications in cryopreservation and pest management.5/5(1).
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Contents. Preface Part I. Physiological and Molecular Responses 1. A primer on insect cold tolerance Richard E. Lee, Jr, 2. Reflecting the considerable refinement in research techniques that has occurred since Uvarov's classic on physiology and behavior of Acridoidea, this book offers new information in the field made possible by the advent of radar and electron microscopy, recent developments in electrophysiology, and new paradigms, especially in approaches to population biology.
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Cambridge Core - Entomology - The Biology of Blood-Sucking in Insects - by M. LehaneAuthor: M. Lehane. 13 - Ephemeroptera 14 - Odonata 15 - Dictyoptera, Isoptera, and Zoraptera 16 - Plecoptera and Embioptera 17 - Orthoptera 18 - Cheleutoptera 19 - Psocoptera 20 - Phthiraptera 21 - Thysanoptera 22 - Hemiptera 23 - Megaloptera and Neuroptera 24 - Coleoptera 25 - Hymenoptera 26 - Trichoptera 27.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Fully updated since it was first published in /5. Insects can be distinguished from spiders and crustaceans by the number of pairs of antennae – insects have one pair of antennae whereas crustaceans have two pairs and spiders have no antennae.
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The expert contributors address topics such as the effect of insect secretions on plant growth, the evolution and physiology of gall-inducing insects, patterns in gall development and induction, the role of nutritive. 1: Insect diversity --Evolution of insects --Major insect groups Insect biology --Maintenance functions --Coordination and locomotion --Behavior --Reproduction and development --Population ecology --Ecological interactions Insects and human affairs --Pest management --Insects and disease --Beneficial aspects.
Responsibility: David J. May Berenbaum is an entomologist and the author of six books about bugs. A summa cum laude graduate of Yale with a PhD in biology from Cornell, she has taught at the University of Illinois sincewhere she founded the Insect Fear Film Festival.
Phylum - Arthropoda Class - Insecta Order - Lepidoptera Family - Plutellidae Genus - Plutella species - Plutella xylostella. Insect Pheromone Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Second Edition, provides an updated and comprehensive review of the biochemistry and molecular biology of insect pheromone biosynthesis and reception.
The book ties together historical information with recent discoveries, provides the reader with the current state of the field, and suggests where future research is Edition: 2.This book Contains Upwards of Six Hundred and Fifty Figures and Descriptions of Foreign Insects, Interspersed with Remarks and Reflections on Their Nature and is a great example of an 18th century meditation on natural history, blending a scientific exactitude of classification with a confidence in God's hand behind the scenes.Entomology is rooted in nearly all human cultures from prehistoric times, primarily in the context of agriculture (especially biological control and beekeeping).The natural philosopher Pliny the Elder, (23 - 79 AD) wrote a book on the kinds of Insects, while the scientist of Kufa, Ibn al-A‘rābī ( - AD) wrote a book on flies, Kitāb al-Dabāb (كتاب الذباب).