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  • Insect Hemocytesby A. P. Gupta

    Cambridge University Press 1979; US$ 84.00

    The function of insect blood cells has long puzzled scientists. This volume attempts to explain the forms and functions of insect hemocytes. more...

  • FIELD GUIDE TO INSECTS OF BRITAIN AND NORTHERN EUROPEby Bob Gibbons

    Crowood 2011; US$ 14.57

    Written by well-known naturalists and photographers, this guide will enable the easy identification of around 1,000 of the more common insects found in the region. The carefully chosen selection represents all insect groups, with a bias towards the more prominent species, so that all the butterflies, grasshoppers, crickets, damselflies and dragonflies... more...

  • Keeping the Beesby Laurence Packer

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 13.99

    A world without bees would be much less colourful, with fewer plants and flowers. But that's not all -- food would be in much shorter supply, and available in much less variety. While the media focuses on colony-collapse disorder and the threats to honey bees specifically, the real danger is much greater: all bees are at risk. And because of the integral... more...

  • Keeping the Beesby Laurence Packer

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; Not Available

    A world without bees would be much less colourful, with fewer plants and flowers. But that's not all -- food would be in much shorter supply, and available in much less variety. While the media focuses on colony-collapse disorder and the threats to honey bees specifically, the real danger is much greater: all bees are at risk. And because of the integral... more...

  • Parasitic Helminthsby Conor R. Caffrey; Paul M. Selzer

    Wiley 2012; US$ 154.95

    This third volume in the successful 'Drug Discovery in Infectious Diseases' series is the first to deal with drug discovery in helminthic infections in human and animals. The result is a broad overview of different drug target evaluation methods, including specific examples of successful drug development against helminthes, and with a whole section... more...

  • Hemolymph Proteins and Functional Peptidesby Muhammad Tufail; Makio Takeda

    Bentham Science Publishers 2012; US$ 79.00

    This e-book elucidates the physiological role, both at biochemical and molecular levels, of hemolymph proteins and functional peptides in reproduction, development, homeostasis, hibernation, migration, immune system, and in abiotic stress tolerance of insects and other arthropods. more...

  • Dust Mitesby Matthew J. Colloff

    Springer Netherlands 2010; US$ 279.00

    This book provides a comprehensive reference on house dust mite research and management. Coverage includes systematics and identification, physiology, ecology, allergen biochemistry and molecular biology, epidemiology, mite control and allergen avoidance. more...

  • The Biology and Ecology of Tintinnid Ciliatesby John R. Dolan; David J. S. Montagnes; Sabine Agatha; D. Wayne Coats; Diane K. Stoecker

    Wiley 2012; US$ 160.00

    Planktonic protists both produce and consume most of the primary production in the world ocean. They not only play key roles in the oceans but also represent an astounding amount of diversity: ecological morphological and genetic. However, for most taxa their ecology, morphology, phylogeny and biogeography are either poorly known or appear to be largely... more...

  • Zombie Tits, Astronaut Fish and Other Weird Animalsby Rebecca Crew

    NewSouth 2012; US$ 10.99

    Did you know that the peacock mantis shrimp has the most powerful punch on Earth? That vampire spiders are attracted to your smelly socks? That the lesser water boatman is the loudest animal in the world and its instrument is its own penis? Or that concave-eared frogs have a secret language that only males can hear? From the mother-eating black-lace... more...

  • Butterflies of Indianaby Jeffrey E. Belth

    Indiana University Press 2012; US$ 17.99

    This field guide to Indiana?s rich butterfly fauna covers all 149 species of butterflies and their close relatives, the skippers. Over 500 color photographs illustrate the undersides and uppersides of most species and highlight the variations found among them, both seasonally and between males and females. For beginners and experts, Butterflies of... more...