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Insect timing : circadian rhythmicity to seasonality

Author: David L Denlinger; J M Giebultowicz; D S Saunders
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier Science, 2001.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Leading experts in the field bring together diverse aspects of insect timing mechanisms. This work combines three topics that are central to the understanding of biological timing in insects: circadian rhythms, photoperiodism, and diapause. The common theme underlining each of the contributions to this book is an understanding of the timing of events in the insect life cycle. Most daily activities (emergence,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Insect timing.
Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier Science, 2001
(DLC) 2001033435
(OCoLC)46836804
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David L Denlinger; J M Giebultowicz; D S Saunders
ISBN: 9780444506085 044450608X 9780080534725 0080534724
OCLC Number: 162131223
Notes: Based on papers from three symposiums held at the XXI International Congress of Entomology in Iguassu Falls, Brazil, Aug. 20-26, 2000.
Description: 1 online resource (x, 234 pages) : illustrations
Contents: The blow fly Calliphora vicina : a "clock-work" insect / D.S. Saunders --
Molecular control of Drosophila circadian rhythms / Peter Schotland and Amita Sehgal --
Organization of the insect circadian system : spatial and developmental expression of clock genes in peripheral tissues of Drosophila melanogaster / J.M. Giebultowicz, M. Ivanchenko and T. Vollintine --
The circadian clock system of hemimetabolous insects / K. Tomioka, A.S.M. Saifullah and M. Koga --
Cellular circadian rhythms in the fly's visual system / Elzbieta Pyza --
Anatomy and functions of the brain neurosecretory neurons with regard to reproductive diapause in the blow fly Protophormia terraenovae / Sakiko Shiga and Hideharu Numata --
Photoperiodism and seasonality in aphids / Jim Hardie --
Photoperiodic time measurement and shift of the critical photoperiod for diapause induction in a moth / Sinzo Masaki and Yuji Kimura --
Geographical strains and selection for the diapause trait in Calliphora vicina / D.S. Saunders --
Evolutionary aspects of photoperiodism in Drosophila / M.T. Kimura --
Molecular analysis of overwintering diapause / S.R. Palli, R. Kothapalli, Q. Feng, T. Ladd, S.C. Perera, S.-C. Zheng, K. Gojtan, A.S.D. Pang, M. Primavera, W. Tomkins and A. Retnakaran --
Insights for future studies on embryonic diapause promoted by molecular analyses of diapause hormone and its action in Bombyx mori / O. Yamashita, K. Shiomi, Y. Ishida, N. Katagiri and T. Niimi --
Stress proteins : a role in insect diapause? / David L. Denlinger, Joseph P. Rinehart and George D. Yocum --
Regulation of the cell cycle during diapause / Steven P. Tammariello --
Significance of specific factors produced throughout diapause in pharate first instar larvae and adults / Koichi Suzuki, Tanaka Hiromasa and Ying An --
Surviving winter with antifreeze proteins : studies on budworms and beetles / Virginia K. Walker, Michael J. Kuiper, Michael G. Tyshenko, Daniel Doucet, Steffen P. Graether, Yih-Cherng Liou, Brian D. Sykes, Zongchao Jia, Peter L. Davies and Laurie A. Graham --
Using ice-nucleating bacteria to reduce winter survival of Colorado potato beetles : development of a novel strategy for biological control / R.E. Lee Jr., L.A. Castrillo, M.R. Lee, J.A. Wyman and J.P. Costanzo.
Responsibility: edited by D.L. Denlinger, J.M. Giebultowicz, D.S. Saunders.
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Covers circadian rhythms, photoperiodism, and diapause. This book presents the rich diversity of challenges and opportunities provided by insects for the study of timing mechanisms.  Read more...

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