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Chemical Ecology - Odour Communication in Animals 1978: Conference Proceedings ePub download

by F.J. Ritter

  • Author: F.J. Ritter
  • ISBN: 0444801030
  • ISBN13: 978-0444801036
  • ePub: 1117 kb | FB2: 1964 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (March 1979)
  • Pages: 442
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Chemical Ecology - Odour Communication in Animals 1978: Conference Proceedings ePub download

e. : Chemical Ecology: Odour Communication in Animals. Amsterdam: North Holland/Elsevier. Olfactory Communication in Humans.

e. Chemical Communication in House Mice and Deer Mice: Functional Roles in Reproduction of Wild Populations. Kleiman eds. Advances in the Study of Mammalian Behavior.

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Muller-Schwarze, . 1979, Flehmen in the context of mammalian urine communication, in: Chemical Ecology: Odour Communication in Animals, F. Ritter, e. Elsevier, New York. Olivier, . 1978, On the Ecology of the Asian Elephant, Elephas maximus Linn. with Particular Reference to Malaya and Sri Lanka, P. Dissertation, Cambridge University. Patterson, . 1967, Possible contribution of phenolic components to boar odour, J. Sci. Food Agric. 18: . rossRefGoogle Scholar.

Explore the latest publications in Animal Ecology, and find Animal Ecology experts. Publications (190,640). Plant defence against herbivory results from a complex interplay between chemical and morphological defences induced by herbivore attack and constitutive defences which form a permanent physical barrier or chemically deter herbivorous pests. The extent to which individual defence mechanisms confer resistance to pests can be highly conserved View. Getting the smell of it – odour cues structure pollinator networks.

New Biological Books. Chemical Ecology: Odour Communication in Animals. Johnston, "Chemical Ecology: Odour Communication in Animals.

receptor neurones on the antennae of female and male . 427 pp. Amsterdam, Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press

receptor neurones on the antennae of female and male Spodoptera littoralis. Physiological Entomology, Vol. 20, Issue. Proceedings of the symposium on the sterility principle for insect control jointly organized by the IAEA and the FAO of the United Nations and held in Innsbruck, 22–26 07 1974. 622 pp. Vienna, IAEA (STI/PUB/377). Campion, D. ester, R & Nesbitt, B. F. (1978). Controlled release of pheromones. Amsterdam, Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press. Read, J. S & Beevor, P. S. (1976).

Chemical ecology examines the role of chemical interactions between living organisms and their environment, and the consequences of those interactions on the ethology and evolution of the organisms involved. It is thus a vast and highly interdisciplinary field. Chemical ecology studies focus on the biochemistry of ecology and the specific molecules or groups of molecules that function as signals to initiate, modulate, or terminate a variety of biological processes such as metabolism.

Mykytowycz, R. Chemical Ecology: Odour communication in animals; Ritter, . E. Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press: Amsterdam, 1979; pp. 105–115. Roy, . Krishna, A. Relative role of olfactory cues and certain non-olfactory factors in foraging of fruit-eating bats. Behavioural Processes 1998, 44, 59–64.

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