Mites and ticks are everywhere and acarologists go after them a some explore their bewildering diversity, others try to understand their how and why. For the past 50 years, the International Congress of Acarology has been the forum for worldwide communication on the knowledge of Acari, helping researchers and students to look beyond their disciplines. Many mites and ticks are economic factors as they are pests of agricultural, veterinary and medical importance, and several species have become model organisms in modern biology. The 96 contributions to Trends in Acarology a reflecting fields as molecular biology, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology, pathology, ecology, evolutionary biology, systematic biology, soil biology, plant protection, pest control and epidemiology a have been reviewed and carefully edited. This volume contains a wealth of new information, that may stimulate research for many years to come.Behan-Pelletier VM (1997) Oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) of the Yukon. Insects of the Yukon (ed. ... Cianciolo J aamp; Norton RA (2006) The ecological distribution of reproductive mode in oribatid mites, as related to biological complexity. Experimental and ... A Manual of Acarology (ed. by Krantz GW Walter DE), pp. 430-564.
|Title||:||Trends in Acarology|
|Author||:||Maurice W. Sabelis, Jan Bruin|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-11-16|