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Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
126 Illustrations, black and white; VIII, 368 p. 126 illus.
L. B. Browne
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1974
Table Of Contents
Changes of Responsiveness in the Patterning of Behavioural Sequences.- Sequential Analysis and Regulation of Insect Reproductive Behaviour.- Sensory Input and the Inconstant Fly.- Control of Feeding and Drinking in Diapausing Insects.- The Regulation of Food Intake by Acridids.- Neural Mechanisms of Response Modification in Insects.- Boredom and Attention in a Cell in the Locust Visual System.- The Antennae of Insects as Air-Current Sense Organs and their Relationship to the Control of Flight.- Rhythmic Activities and the Insect Nervous System.- An Analysis of Direction Finding in Male Mosquitoes.- The Development of the Flight Pattern in Locusts.- Insect Flight as a System for the Study of the Development of Neuronal Connections.- Design and Function in the Insect Brain.- Learning and Memory in the Honeybee.- Periodicity in the Activity and Learning Performance of the Honeybee.- Massed Training and Latent Habituation of the Deimatic Response in the Mantid, Stagmatoptera Biocellata.- Chemical Influence on Feeding Behavior of Leptinotarsa Beetles.- The Role of the Hydrocarbon ?-Farnesene in the Behaviour of Codling Moth Larvae and Adults.- Neurosecretory and Corpus Allatum Controlled Effects on Male Sexual Behaviour in Acridids.- The Role of Hormones in the Reproductive behavior of Female Wild Silkmoths.- Hormones and Insect behavior.- Migratory Behaviour of the Female of the Common Cockchafer Melolontha Melolontha L. and its Neuroendocrine Regulation.- A Comparison of the Migratory Strategies of Two Milkweed Bugs, Oncopeltus Fasciatus and Lygaeus Kalmii.- The Hormonal Control of Flight in the Milkweed Bug, Oncopeltus Fasciatus.- The Experimental Analysis of Migration and Life-History Strategies in Insects.- Index to Authors.- Index to Insecta and other Animals.