Evolution and biosystematics of aphids
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Published by Zaklad Narodowy Im. Ossolinskich .
Written in English


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  • Szelegiewicz, Henryk

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ISBN 108304016095
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Keep up-to-date by subscribing to our free email book lists in over 20 subject categories. Sign Up. Glass Place (Rear of Greville Street) Prahran VIC Australia. Evolution and biosystematics of aphids. Nardowy, Zaklad. Warsaw: Polska Akademia Nauk, Octavo, text illustrations, softcover.. Price: $ AU. other. Aphids are small sap-sucking insects and members of the superfamily names include greenfly and blackfly, although individuals within a species can vary widely in colour. The group includes the fluffy white woolly aphids.A typical life cycle involves flightless females giving living birth to female nymphs—whom may also be already pregnant, an adaptation scientists call Class: Insecta. Aphids represent one of the world's major insect pests, causing serious economic damage to a range of temperate and tropical crops. These range from grain crops and brassicas to potato, cotton, vegetable and fruit crops. This book provides a definitive reference volume on the biology of aphids, their pest status, and how to control them. It includes approximately 30 specially commissioned 4/5(1). Aphids are particularly good organisms for studying the evolution of sex for three reasons. First, they show coexistence of different reproductive modes within a species, either as alternating sexual and asexual phases (cyclical parthenogenesis), or as cyclical and obligate parthenogenesis (Fig. 1, Box 1).This allows a direct comparison of the genetic and evolutionary consequences of Cited by:

This book combines fundamental information about aphids with chapters addressing state-of-the-art research in topics such as aphid-related phylogeny, genome biology, epigenetics and chemical ecology. The Chemical Ecology of Aphids J. A. Pickett, L. J. Wadhams, C. M. Woodcock, and J. Hardie Annual Review of Entomology Aphid Ecology: Life Cycles, Polymorphism, and Population Regulation A. F. G. Dixon Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics HOST PLANT SELECTION BY APHIDS: Behavioral, Evolutionary, and Applied Perspectives Glen Powell, Colin R. Tosh, and Jim HardieCited by: Aphids can also be regarded as holobionts because they are colonized by obligate and facultative microbes which enable them to feed exclusively on phloem sap and influence their resistance against pathogens, parasitoids or environmental stress. This book combines fundamental information about aphids with chapters addressing state-of-the-art Author: Andreas Vilcinskas. The biosystematics, including taxonomy, is a powerful tool for the study of biodiversity that relies on many biological disciplines such as evolutionary biology, phylogeny, population genetics.

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