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Biology of the parasitoid Melittobia (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae).
Thought to be highly inbred, Melittobia do not conform to local mate competition (LMC) theory but exhibit simple forms of many social insect traits, including overlapping adult generations, different female phenotypes, close kinship ties, parental care, and altruistic cooperative escape behaviors.
Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals: Writing and editing for biomedical publication
The following information is available to be viewed/ printed in Adobe Acrobat pdf format. I. Statement of Purpose A. About the Uniform Requirements B. Potential Users of the Uniform Requirements C.
A Manual of Aquatic Plants
NOTWITHSTANDING the relative uniformity of their environment, aquatic plants exhibit a remarkable variety of form and constitute a very distinct biological group comprising a considerable number of
Introduction to Clinical Psychology
Introduction to Clinical Psychology covers the history, theory, practice, and potential future of the discipline and provides a comprehensive overview of interviewing, assessment, psychotherapy,
Insects as teaching tools in primary and secondary education.
The roles of entomology in the educational framework is reviewed, favorite classroom arthropods and less well-known examples are highlighted, and readers are guided to entomological resources.
The Teaching of Ethics and the Ethics of Teaching
This article discusses psychological ethics from two perspectives. One perspective is the presentation of ethics in the psychology classroom through textbook coverage and specifically designed