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AuthorSchoonhoven, L. M
TitleInsect-plant biology : from physiology to evolution / L.M. Schoonhoven, T. Jermy, J.J.A. van Loon
Imprint London : Chapman & Hall, 1998
Descript x, 409 : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm

CONTENT

1. Introduction -- 2. Herbivorous insects: something for everyone -- 3. Plant chemistry: endless variety -- 4. Plants as insect food: not the ideal -- 5. Host-plant selection: how to find a host plant -- 6. Host-plant selection: when to accept a plant -- 7. Host-plant selection: why insects do not behave normally -- 8. The endocrine system of herbivores listens to host-plant signals -- 9. Ecology: living apart together -- 10. Evolution: who drives whom? -- 11. Insects and flowers: the beauty of mutualism -- 12. Insects and plants: how to apply our knowledge -- App. B. Structural formulae of selected secondary plant substances


Insects -- Food Insect-plant relationships

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Science Library : Dept. of Biology QL496 I59s 1998CHECK SHELVES

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