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2nd ed.
Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, 2008
ix, 628 s., [16] s. obr. příl. : il., grafy, mapy ; 25 cm

ISBN 978-1-4051-3114-8 (brož.)
Obsahuje tabulky, barevné fotografie na příloze
Bibliografie na s. [514]-596, rejstříky
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CONTENTS // Preface to second edition viii // Foreword to first edition x // 1 An overview of insect ecology 1 // 1.1 Introduction 1 // 1.2 History of ecology and entomology 1 // 1.3 Ecological associations 2 // 1.4 The Insecta 2 // 1.5 Fossil history and insect evolution 5 // 1.6 Habits of insects 10 // 1.7 Numbers of insects: species richness 11 // 1.8 Variations in species number 14 // 1.9 The number of insects: abundance 22 // 1.10 Insects and humans 29 // 1.11 Conclusion 32 // 2 Insects and climate 33 // 2.1 Introduction 33 // 2.2 Temperature 33 // 2.3 Daylength (photoperiod) 40 // 2.4 Rainfall 41 // 2.5 Wind 47 // 2.6 Climate change 54 // 2.7 Conclusion 60 // 3 Insect herbivores 61 // 3.1 The trouble with plants as food 61 // 3.2 Feeding strategies of herbivorous insects 64 // 3.3 Plant defenses 65 // 3.4 Plant hybrid zones and defense against herbivores 94 // 3.5 When is a defense not a defense? 95 // 3.6 Costs of resistance and tolerance to herbivores 95 // 3.7 Overcompensation 98 // 3.8 Plant defense under elevated carbon dioxide 100 // 103 // 103 // 106 // 108 // 109 // 113 // 131 // 135 // 135 // 135 // 138 // 148 // 163 // 178 // 180 // 180 // 180 // 185 // 194 // 196 // 229 // 235 // 239 // 250 // 250 // 250 // 256 // 258 // 262 // 266 // 268 // 271 // 274 // 279 // 280 // 280 // 280 // 283 // 288 // 291 // 295 // 302 // 303 // 303 // Resource limitation // 4.1 The importance of resource limitation on insect populations // 4.2 Competition for limited resources
4.3 The niche concept // 4.4 Theoretical approaches to the study of competition // 4.5 Competition among insects in experimental and natural populations // 4.6 Competition among insects other than herbivores // Natural enemies and insect population dynamics // 5.1 Introduction // 5.2 The variety of natural enemies // 5.3 The impact of natural enemies on insect populations // 5.4 Modeling predator-prey interactions // 5.5 Synthesis: combining the impacts of natural enemies and other factors on insect // population dynamics // 5.6 Conclusion // Evolutionary ecology // 6.1 Introduction // 6.2 Life history strategies // 6.3 Sexual strategies: optimizing reproductive potential // 6.4 Life history variations with region // 6.5 Coevolution // 6.6 Sequestration of plant secondary metabolites // 6.7 Deme formation and adaptive genetic structure // 6.8 Extreme ways of life // Physiological ecology // 7.1 Introduction // 7.2 Food and feeding in juveniles // 7.3 Food and feeding in adults // 7.4 Metabolism // 7.5 Respiration // 7.6 Excretion // 7.7 Water relations // 7.8 Development: ecdysis and pupation // 7.9 Reproduction // 7.10 Conclusion // Insects in ecosystems // 8.1 What is ecosystem ecology? // 8.2 A few fundamentals of ecosystem ecology // 8.3 Insects and the terrestrial carbon cycle // 8.4 Leaf-shredding insects and stream ecosystems // 8.5 Insect defoliators and the cycling of nutrients // 8.6 Insects, plant community structure, and succession // 8.7 Conclusion // Biodiversity
// 9.1 Introduction // 9.2 Measuring biodiversity // 9.3 Patterns in insect diversity // 10 Insect conservation // 10.1 Introduction // 10.2 Status and trends in insect diversity // 10.3 Threats to insects // 10.4 Conservation and restoration // 10.5 Prospects for insect conservation // 11 Insects and diseases // 11.1 Introduction // 11.2 Diseases and pathogens // 11.3 Pathogen spread // 11.4 Vector ecology // 11.5 Vector dispersal // 11.6 Pathogen transmission // 11.7 Effects on the vector // 11.8 Epidemiology: the spread of disease // 11.9 Human activities and vectors // 11.10 Vector control // 11.11 Case studies // 11.12 Conclusion // 12 Insect pest management // 12.1 Introduction // 12.2 The concept of "pest" // 12.3 Why pest outbreaks occur // 12.4 Ecological pest management // 12.5 Biological control // 12.6 Chemical control // 12.7 Integrated pest management // References Taxonomic index Subject index // Colour plate section appears between pp. 310 and 311 // 303 // 317 // 342 // 342 // 342 // 353 // 365 // 378 // 379 379 // 379 // 380 384 387 389 392 397 399 403 409 427 // 429 // 429 // 429 // 430 443 450 475 497 // 514 // 597 // 602

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