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Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships : Series Entomologica - Stephen J. Simpson

Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships

Series Entomologica

By: Stephen J. Simpson (Editor), A. Jennifer Mordue (Editor), Jim Hardie (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th September 1999
ISBN: 9780792357735
Number Of Pages: 290

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Over the past 40 years, the SIP meetings have played a central role in the development of the field of insect-plant relationships, providing both a show-case for current research as well as a forum for the airing and development of influential new ideas. The 10th symposium, held 4-10 July 1998, in Oxford, followed that tradition. The present volume includes a representative selection of fully refereed papers from the meeting, plus a listing of the titles of all presentations. The volume includes reviews of major areas within the subject, along with detailed experimental studies. Topics covered include central neural and chemosensory bases of host plant recognition, integrative studies of insect behaviour, tritrophic interactions, plant defences, insect life histories, plant growth responses, microbial partners in insect-plant associations, and genetic bases of host plant associations. The book provides a key source for students and research workers in the field of insect-plant relationships.

Preface
Acknowledgements
Insects and plants: two worlds come together
Dynamic representation of odours by oscillating neural assembliesp. 7
Chemo-discriminatory neurones in the sub-oesophageal ganglion of Locusta migratoriap. 19
Specialist deterrent chemoreceptors enable Pieris caterpillars to discriminate between chemically different deterrentsp. 29
Olfactory responses and sensilla morphology of the blackcurrant leaf midge Dasineura tetensip. 37
Experience-based food consumption by larvae of Pieris rapae: addiction to glucosinolates?p. 51
Role of visual cues and interaction with host odour during the host-finding behaviour of the cabbage mothp. 59
Integrating nutrition: a geometrical approachp. 67
Absence of food-aversion learning by a polyphagous scarab, Popillia japonica, following intoxication by geranium. Pelargonium x hortorump. 83
Examining the hierarchy threshold model in a no-choice feeding assayp. 89
Anomalous stylet punctures of phloem sieve elements by aphidsp. 97
Acceptability of different species of Brassicaceae as hosts for the cabbage aphidp. 105
Salivation into sieve elements in relation to plant chemistry: the case of the aphid Sitobion fragariae and the wheat Triticum aestivump. 111
Aphid responses to non-host epiculticular lipidsp. 115
Effects of Brassica oleracea waxblooms on predation and attachment by Hippodamia convergensp. 125
Are herbivore-induced plant volatiles reliable indicators of herbivore identity to foraging carnivorous arthropods?p. 131
Active defence of herbivorous hosts against parasitism: adult parasitoid mortality risk involved in attacking a concealed stemboring hostp. 143
Induction of cotton extrafloral nectar production in response to herbivory does not require a herbivore-specific elicitorp. 149
Flowers in tri-trophic systems: mechanisms allowing selective exploitation by insect natural enemies for conservation biological controlp. 155
Wound-induced increases in the glucosinolate content of oilseed rape and their effect on subsequent herbivory by a crucifer specialistp. 163
Pyrrolizidine alkaloid distribution in Senecio jacobaea rosettes minimises losses to generalist feedingp. 169
The population ecology of Amorbus Dallas (Hemiptera: Coreidae) species in Australiap. 175
A galling aphid furnishes its home with a built-in pipeline to the host food supplyp. 183
Vive la variance: a functional oviposition theory for insect herbivoresp. 187
The assimilation and allocation of nutrients by symbiotic and aposymbiotic pea aphids, Acyrthosiphon pisump. 195
How nutritionally imbalanced is phloem sap for aphids?p. 203
It's about time: the evidence for host plant-mediated selection in the apple maggot fly, Rhagoletis pomonella, and its implications for fitness trade-offs in phytophagous insectsp. 211
Behavioural correlates of genetic divergence due to host specialization in the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisump. 227
Using hybrid and backcross larvae of Papilio canadensis and Papilio glaucus to detect induced photochemical resistance in hybrid poplar trees experimentally defoliated by gypsy mothsp. 233
Ostrinia spp. in Japan: their host plants and sex pheromonesp. 237
Genetic basis for established and novel host plant use in a herbivorous ladybird beetle, Epilachna vigintioctomaculatap. 245
Host-plant choice and larval growth in the cinnabar moth: do pyrrolizidine alkaloids play a role?p. 251
Conclusion: It's all in the neuronesp. 259
Index of authorsp. 267
General indexp. 268
Listing of oral and poster presentations from SIP10p. 271
List of registered participantsp. 281
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780792357735
ISBN-10: 0792357736
Series: Series Entomologica
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 290
Published: 30th September 1999
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.6

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