Insect Physiology and Biochemistry

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CRC Press, Nov 28, 2001 - Science - 496 pages
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Based on nearly 40 years of teaching, this book thoroughly describes the principles and fundamentals of insect physiology. Readers will quickly understand the terminology needed to navigate the voluminous, scattered literature in the field. With approximately 1500 references and more than 240 figures and tables, Insect Physiology and Biochemistry is useful as a core text for upper division and graduate students, as well as a valuable reference for scientists who work with insects in genetics, biochemistry, virology, microbiology, and behavior.
  

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Contents

Digestion
28
Chapter 14
46
Chapter 3
48
References
58
Nutrition
65
Integument
89
Hormones and Development
119
Chapter 6
157
Muscles
235
Sensory Systems
267
Chapter 11
282
Circulatory System
301
Chapter 12
327
Chapter 13
359
Pheromones
389
Chapter 15
425

CONTENTS
186
Chapter 7
188
Chapter 8
203
Appendix
453
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