Browse by Subject | Taxon
Biochemistry
Genetics
Microbiology
Botany & Plant Science
Reproductive Biology
Medical & Health Sciences
Zoology & Animal Biology
Systematics
Palaeontology
Evolutionary Biology
Ecology & Environment
Aquatic Biology
Natural History
Parasitology
Bioinformatics
Agriculture
Biogeography
Earth & Planetary Sciences
Physical Sciences
Data Analysis & Modelling
Dictionaries & Reference
Humanities & Social Sciences
Data Management
Molecular Biology

Browse by Region
World
Europe
Asia
Australasia
Africa
Americas
Pacific
Polar
Oceans
None
Book Series & Collections

Our Services
Web Services
For Authors
For Librarians
For Booksellers
For Publishers
For Scientific Projects
For Journals

About Pensoft Books E-Books Journals Blog Contact Register/Log In
in by
(0 items)

HomeBooksResearch on Chrysomelidae vol. 6

Research Research on Chrysomelidae vol. 6
Special Issue

JA Santiago-Blay, M Schmitt

Series: ZooKeys #597
Publisher:Pensoft Publishers
P-ISBN paperback:9789546428257
P-ISSN:1313-2989
Publication date: June 2016
Language: English
Pages: 100
Paperback | € 28.00 | Add to Cart
Status
IN STOCK

Book Description Table of Contents Sample Pages Reviews Other

Research on Chrysomelidae 6 emphasizes chrysomelid biodiversity. Gómez-Zurita et al. advocate for a broader understanding of biodiversity, one that embraces the interactions among the species as an organizing principle using as many research tools as possible. Through automated sequencing of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (cox1) region, Montagna et al. describe current efforts to barcode the chrysomelid biodiversity in the Mediterranean Region, one of the global hotspots, as a tool for taxonomy and biodiversity conservation. The following two papers emphasize insect-plant interactions in two economically important chrysomelids. Shameen et al. describe the natural history of an economically important, leaf-mining, cassidine, Javeta pallida, which attacks Phoenix palms in India. Prathapan describes a new species of galerucine, Madurasia, from the Andaman Islands (Indian Ocean), another economically important chrysomelid that feeds on legumes. RoC6 closes by addressing a fundamental biogeography question, namely, what determines the distribution and abundance of living things? According to Freijeiro and Baselga, ecological factors, such as temperature (for cryptocephalines) and spatial patters (for chrysomelines), as well as historical factors, such as Pleistocene glaciations, seem to be among the most important factors. We think you will enjoy the sixth volume of Research on Chrysomelidae.
Page Options
Print this Book Page
Recommend

E-books on the same Subject
Oedippus 35
Envisioning the future for southwestern Ethiopia / Egeree kibba lixa Itoophiyaa agarsiisuu
Beneficiile naturii în situl Natura 2000 ”Dealurile Clujului de Est”
Annotated checklist of the moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera) of Canada and Alaska

Read more


E-books on the same Region
Oedippus 35
Envisioning the future for southwestern Ethiopia / Egeree kibba lixa Itoophiyaa agarsiisuu
Beneficiile naturii în situl Natura 2000 ”Dealurile Clujului de Est”
Annotated checklist of the moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera) of Canada and Alaska

Read more



Journal Papers on the same Subject
No journal paper on the same Subject

Why Publish with Pensoft?
Enjoy the full range of publication service we offer to our authors - high-quality printed and e-books, rapidly published and actively disseminated journals - published either Open or Pay-for-View access!

Submit a manuscript?
Website design and publishing framework: Copyright © 2018 Pensoft Publishers | Contact us