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Genomics, Physiology and Behaviour of Social Insects, Vol 48. Advances in Insect Physiology

  • ID: 3084349
  • Book
  • March 2015
  • 380 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Physiology, Behavior, Genomics of Social Insects provides comprehensive information on the social insect groups described, including new and unique reviews on emerging model social organisms.

The book's interdisciplinary approach integrates behavior, genomics, and physiology, providing readers with great insights into the present state of a rapidly expanding area of research. It also discusses areas where new research tools will bring hope to longstanding problems.

- Provides the latest research on the genomics, behavior and physiology of social insects- Presents diverse and authoritative syntheses on the relationship between genomics, physiology, and the fascinating behavior of social insects- Takes an in-depth look of the current state of social insect research and its future path

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Patrick Abbot

- Insect Reward Systems: Comparing Flies and Bees

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- Epigenetics in Social Insects

Karl M. Glastad, Linh Chau and Michael A. D. Goodisman

- The Molecular and Evolutionary Genetic Implications of Being Truly Social for the Social Insects

Timothy A. Linksvayer

- Population Genomic and Phylogenomic Insights into the Evolution of Physiology and Behavior in Social Insects

Clement F. Kent and Amro Zayed

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