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Chemical signals in vertebrates 3
International Symposium on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (3rd 1982 Sarasota, Fla.)
|Statement||edited by Dietland Müller-Schwarze and Robert M. Silverstein.|
|Contributions||Silverstein, Robert M. 1916-, Müller-Schwarze, Dietland.|
|LC Classifications||QL750 .I48 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||83002151|
Buy the Paperback Book Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10 by R.T. Mason at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, held July August 1, , in Corvallis, Oregon, USA"--Title page verso.
Three invited international experts present overviews of recent developments in key fields and will submit chapters for the book. Jane Hurst from Liverpool University in the UK presents an overview on the function, mechanisms and evolution of chemical signals, Penelope Hawkins from the University of Western Australia will detail the importance of male odors in female mate-choice and the. Chemical signals in vertebrates 4: ecology, evolution, and comparative biology / edited by David Duvall, Dietland Müller-Schwarze and Robert M. Silverstein. QL I58 Chemical signals in vertebrates 7: proceedings of the Chemical Signals in Vertebrates Symposium 7, held in Tubingen, Germany on July / editors, R. Apfelbach.
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 9 1st Edition Read & Download - By Dietland Müller-Schwarze Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 9 It is generally accepted that the recent progress in molecular and cellular biology would not hav - Read Online Books at About this book. Reprint of the original edition. From June 6 to 9, , about participants (physiologists, chemists, ecologists, animal behaviorists, and psychologists) gathered in the Gideon Putnam Hotel at Saratoga Springs, New York for a symposium entitled Chemical Signals in Vertebrates.
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: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 3 (): Dietland Müller-Schwarze, Robert M. Silverstein: BooksCited by: As such awareness has also developed in the field of insect chemical communication, there has been a corresponding increase in the identification of the chemical compounds involved.
However, in the vertebrates, no such correlation exists; in the present volume, conclusive chemical identifications of semiochemicals are remarkable by their paucity.
This book is the fifth in a series on the subject of chemical signals, arising out of international conferences held every three years since This volume contains both substantial reviews and original research reports.
Chemical cues and signals, usually in the form of odors, play a significant role in the lives of domestic and wild animals. International Symposium on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (3rd: Sarasota, Fla.). Chemical signals in vertebrates 3. New York: Plenum, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert.
Buy Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 14 Paperback / softback by ISBN: Bird Fair Special Offer - Free Postage on orders over £50 to UK and Ireland between rd August Dismiss Skip to content. Inthe Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (CSiV) group held its 13th triennial meeting in conjunction with the 30th meeting of the International Society of Chemical Ecology (ISCE).
The meeting convened on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This meeting was the. Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book reviews and letters.
The thirteenth volume of Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (CSiV) emanates from the first joint meeting of CSiV and the International Society of Chemical Ecology (ISCE), which was held at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in June Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 11 contains the latest research on chemical communication relevant to vertebrates, particularly focusing on new research since the last meeting in Topics covered include chemical ecology, biochemistry, behavior and neurobiology of both the main olfactory and vomeronasal systems of vertebrates, from amphibia.
The presentations of over 60 scientists have been grouped according to their approach into nine parts covering such fields as ecological and evolutionary aspects of chemical communication, structure and neuronal mechanisms of chemosensory systems, chemical structure of pheromones and binding proteins, kin, individual and sexual recognition.
From June 6 to 9,about participants (physiologists, chemists, ecologists, animal behaviorists, and psychologists) gathered in the Gideon Putnam Hotel at Saratoga Springs, New York for a symposium entitled "Chemical Signals in Vertebrates". In Augustthe Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (CSiV) group held its 14th triennial meeting at Cardiff University in Wales.
This well established international conference brings together leaders and students in the field of olfactory communication and chemical signaling of vertebrates to present new advances in their research as well as synopses of disparate areas under new angles. The editors and contributors to this volume should be justifiably proud of their participation in the tenth triennial meeting of the Chemical Signals in Vertebrates International Symposium.
This meeting was held 27 years after the initial gathering of participants in. Robert M. Silverstein: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 3. Cheap books from category Chemical Physics. offers cheap books with free worldwide delivery for any total purchase amount.
This volume reviews recent developments in our understanding of che~ ical signaling in vertebrates. After sections dealing with general princi ples and chemical aspects of vertebrate pheromones, it follows a taxonomic approach, progressing from fish to.
mammals. The editors asked a diverse. Chemistry of rodent pheromones: molecular insights into chemical signalling in mammals / Milos Novotny, Bozena Jemiolo, and Scott Harvey --Dynamic solvent effect sampling for quantitative analysis of mammalian semiochemicals / Peter Apps --Quantification of odorous androstene steroids in vertebrates / D.B.
Gower --Effects of five odorants. Most of the studies described in this volume were presented at the Chemical Signals in Vertbrates VI (CSV VI) symposium held at the University of Pennsylvania in the summer of This international symposium was the largest and the most recent of a series of six such symposia, the first of which was held in Saratoga Springe, New York (June 6.
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 12 Three invited international experts present overviews of recent developments in key fields and will submit chapters for the book. Jane Hurst from Liverpool University in the UK presents an overview on the function. Chemical Signals in Vertebrates Symposia, and the considerable influence he has had on almost all the books of this series as well as the field of chemical ecology itself, the other two co-editors of this volume (RTM and MPL) would like to dedicate this tenth anniversary symposium proceedings to Dietland Milller-Schwarze.
Buy Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 3 by Müller-Schwarze, Dietland, Silverstein, Robert M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible orders.This volume presents the proceedings of “Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 12”, hosted by the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research and held between 28 th – 31 st August, at the Schloss Friedrichsfelde and the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany.
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 12 contains the latest research on chemical communication relevant to.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (x, pages.) Contents: One: Reptiles --Strike-Induced Chemosensory Searching by Rattlesnakes: The Role of Envenomation-Related Chemical Cues in the Post-Strike Environment --Fossil and Comparative Evidence for Possible Chemical Signaling in the Mammal-Like Reptiles --Two: Vomeronasal Organ - .