Insects provide excellent model systems for understanding evolutionary ecology. They are abundant, small, and relatively easy to rear, and these traits facilitate both field and laboratory experiments. This book has been developed from the Royal Entomological Society's 22nd international symposium, held in Reading in 2003. Topics include speciation and adaptation; life history, phenotype plasticity and genetics; sexual selection and reproductive biology; insect-plant interactions; insect-natural enemy interactions; and social insects.... Collins, R.D. (2000) Genetic variance of sexually selected traits in waxmoths: maintenance by genotype X environment interaction. ... Kotiaho, J.S., Simmons, L.W., Hunt, J. and Tomkins, J.L. (2003) Males influence maternal effects that promote sexual ... Moczek, A.P and Emlen, D.J. (1999) Proximate determination of male horn dimorphism in the beetle Onthophagus taurus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
|Title||:||Insect Evolutionary Ecology|
|Author||:||Royal Entomological Society of London. Symposium|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2005|