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TitleCurrent Topics in Insect Endocrinology and Nutrition [electronic resource] : A Tribute to Gottfried S. Fraenkel / edited by Govindan Bhaskaran, Stanley Friedman, J. G. Rodriguez
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1981
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Descript VIII, 362 p. online resource


Gottfried S. Fraenkel, An Appreciation -- Gottfried S. Fraenkel โ{128}{148} Publications -- Symposium Insect Endocrinology -- The Metamorphosis of Arthropodin J. C. Regier, and B. A. DeBrunner -- Recent Results on the Neuroendocrine System of Leucophaea -- Regulation of Corpus Allatum Activity in Last Instar Manduca Sexta -- An In Vitro Approach for Investigating the Regulation of the Corpora Allata during Larval-pupal Metamorphosis -- A Minimal Model Of Metamorphosis: Fat Body Competence to Respond to Juvenile Hormone -- The Physiology of Pupal Diapause in Flesh Flies -- Blood Borne Factors Controlling Pupariation in Flies -- Hormonal Control Of Pupal Ecdysis In The Tobacco Hornworm, Manduca Sexta -- Symposium on Insect Nutrition -- Essential Fatty Acids for Mosquitoes, Other Insects and Vertebrates -- Effects of Dietary Carbohydrate and Lipid on Nutrition and Metabolism of Lllitazoan Parasites with Special Reference to Parasitic Hymenoptera -- Dietary Modulation of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase and 6-Phosphogluconate Dehydrogenase in Drosophila -- Resolution and Partial Characterization of the Digestive Proteinases from Larvae of the Black Carpet Beetle -- Insect Dietetics: Complexities of Plant-Insect Interactions -- Techniques and Applications of Measurements of Consumption and Utilization of Food by Phytophagous Insects -- Index โ{128}{148} Insect Endocrinology -- Index โ{128}{148} Insect Nutrition

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