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The Insect Ovary: Ultrastructure, previtellogenic growth and evolution

by Büning, J.

  • Hardback £170.00
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  • Catalogue No : 44298
  • ISBN : 9780412360800
  • Published : 1994
  • Cover : Hardback
  • Pages : 410
  • Publisher : Chapman & Hall
  • Published In : London
  • Illustrations : text figs

Description:

The understanding of the reproductive physiology of insects is of fundamental importance in many modern methods of pest management. Recent findings concerning the structure and function of insect ovaries during previtellogenic growth are comprehensively summarized. Features of this unique book include a detailed comparison of ovarian structures from all insect orders; a phylogenetic model of the diversification of insect ovaries; a discussion of new aspects of the genetic background to insect gonad development. The Insect Ovary has been written for advanced students and professional scientists involved in the study of insect developmental biology, ultrastructure and phylogeny or with an interest in pest management.

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Vg. Book-plate of British entomologist, Graham Wakely Elmes (1943-2017).

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