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The Resource Organization of insect societies : from genome to sociocomplexity, edited by Jürgen Gadau and Jennifer Fewell ; with a foreword by Edward O. Wilson

Organization of insect societies : from genome to sociocomplexity, edited by Jürgen Gadau and Jennifer Fewell ; with a foreword by Edward O. Wilson

Label
Organization of insect societies : from genome to sociocomplexity
Title
Organization of insect societies
Title remainder
from genome to sociocomplexity
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jürgen Gadau and Jennifer Fewell ; with a foreword by Edward O. Wilson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gadau, Jürgen
  • Fewell, Jennifer
  • Wilson, Edward O
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Insect societies
  • Insects
Label
Organization of insect societies : from genome to sociocomplexity, edited by Jürgen Gadau and Jennifer Fewell ; with a foreword by Edward O. Wilson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Control of termite caste differentiation
  • Colin S. Brent
  • Termites : an alternative road to eusociality and the importance of group benefits in social insects
  • Judith Korb
  • The evolution of communal behavior in bees and wasps : an alternative to eusociality
  • William T. Wcislo and Simon M. Tierney
  • Cue diversity and social recognition
  • Michael D. Breed and Robert Buchwald
  • Adaptations in the olfactory system of social Hymenoptera
  • Christoph J. Kleineidam and Wolfgang Rössler
  • The evolution of social insect mating systems
  • Fertility signaling as a general mechanism of regulating reproductive division of labor in ants
  • Christian Peeters and Jürgen Liebig
  • Vibrational signals in social wasps : a role in caste determination?
  • Robert L. Jeanne
  • Convergent evolution of food recruitment mechanisms in bees and wasps
  • James C. Nieh
  • The organization of social foraging in ants : energetics and communication
  • Flavio Roces
  • Behavioral genetics in social insects
  • Jürgen Gadau and Greg J. Hunt
  • Jacobus J. Boomsma, Daniel J.C. Kronauer, and Jes S. Pedersen
  • Sensory thresholds, learning, and the division of foraging labor in the honey bee
  • Ricarda Scheiner and Joachim Erber
  • Social life from solitary regulatory networks : a paradigm for insect sociality
  • Robert E. Page Jr., Timothy A. Linksvayer, and Gro V. Amdam
  • Social brains and behavior--past and present
  • Wulfila Gronenberg and Andre J. Riveros
  • Plasticity in the circadian clock and the temporal organization of insect societies
  • Guy Bloch
  • The dawn of a golden age in mathematical insect sociobiology
  • Nigel R. Franks ... [et al.]
  • The evolution of queen numbers in ants : from one to many and back
  • Positive feedback, convergent collective patterns, and social transitions in arthropods
  • Raphaël Jeanson and Jean-Louis Deneubourg
  • Division of labor in the context of complexity
  • Jennifer Fewell, Shana K. Schmidt, and Thomas Taylor
  • Insect societies as models for collective decision making
  • Stephen C. Pratt
  • From social behavior to molecules : models and modules in the middle
  • Andrew B. Barron and Gene E. Robinson
  • Social insects as models in epidemiology : establishing the foundation for an interdisciplinary approach to disease and sociality
  • Nina H. Fefferman and James F.A. Traniello
  • Jürgen Heinze and Susanne Foitzik
  • Social insects and the individuality thesis : cohesion and the colony as a selectable individual
  • Andrew Hamilton, Nathan R. Smith, and Matthew H. Haber
  • Social insects, evo-devo, and the novelty problem : the advantage of "natural experiments" sensu Boveri
  • Manfred Laubichler and Jürgen Gadau
  • Aging of social insects
  • Olav Rueppell
  • The ecological setting of social evolution : the demography of ant populations
  • Blaine J. Cole
Control code
ocn228497969
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 617 p.
Isbn
9780674031258
Lccn
2008031365
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)228497969
Label
Organization of insect societies : from genome to sociocomplexity, edited by Jürgen Gadau and Jennifer Fewell ; with a foreword by Edward O. Wilson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Control of termite caste differentiation
  • Colin S. Brent
  • Termites : an alternative road to eusociality and the importance of group benefits in social insects
  • Judith Korb
  • The evolution of communal behavior in bees and wasps : an alternative to eusociality
  • William T. Wcislo and Simon M. Tierney
  • Cue diversity and social recognition
  • Michael D. Breed and Robert Buchwald
  • Adaptations in the olfactory system of social Hymenoptera
  • Christoph J. Kleineidam and Wolfgang Rössler
  • The evolution of social insect mating systems
  • Fertility signaling as a general mechanism of regulating reproductive division of labor in ants
  • Christian Peeters and Jürgen Liebig
  • Vibrational signals in social wasps : a role in caste determination?
  • Robert L. Jeanne
  • Convergent evolution of food recruitment mechanisms in bees and wasps
  • James C. Nieh
  • The organization of social foraging in ants : energetics and communication
  • Flavio Roces
  • Behavioral genetics in social insects
  • Jürgen Gadau and Greg J. Hunt
  • Jacobus J. Boomsma, Daniel J.C. Kronauer, and Jes S. Pedersen
  • Sensory thresholds, learning, and the division of foraging labor in the honey bee
  • Ricarda Scheiner and Joachim Erber
  • Social life from solitary regulatory networks : a paradigm for insect sociality
  • Robert E. Page Jr., Timothy A. Linksvayer, and Gro V. Amdam
  • Social brains and behavior--past and present
  • Wulfila Gronenberg and Andre J. Riveros
  • Plasticity in the circadian clock and the temporal organization of insect societies
  • Guy Bloch
  • The dawn of a golden age in mathematical insect sociobiology
  • Nigel R. Franks ... [et al.]
  • The evolution of queen numbers in ants : from one to many and back
  • Positive feedback, convergent collective patterns, and social transitions in arthropods
  • Raphaël Jeanson and Jean-Louis Deneubourg
  • Division of labor in the context of complexity
  • Jennifer Fewell, Shana K. Schmidt, and Thomas Taylor
  • Insect societies as models for collective decision making
  • Stephen C. Pratt
  • From social behavior to molecules : models and modules in the middle
  • Andrew B. Barron and Gene E. Robinson
  • Social insects as models in epidemiology : establishing the foundation for an interdisciplinary approach to disease and sociality
  • Nina H. Fefferman and James F.A. Traniello
  • Jürgen Heinze and Susanne Foitzik
  • Social insects and the individuality thesis : cohesion and the colony as a selectable individual
  • Andrew Hamilton, Nathan R. Smith, and Matthew H. Haber
  • Social insects, evo-devo, and the novelty problem : the advantage of "natural experiments" sensu Boveri
  • Manfred Laubichler and Jürgen Gadau
  • Aging of social insects
  • Olav Rueppell
  • The ecological setting of social evolution : the demography of ant populations
  • Blaine J. Cole
Control code
ocn228497969
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 617 p.
Isbn
9780674031258
Lccn
2008031365
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)228497969

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