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Parasitoid communities: their size, structure and development
The authors develop a system of categorizing parasitoids, based on a fundamental dichotomy in their biology, which allows them to make predictions about host range.
Pimpline ichneumon-flies. Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae (Pimplinae).
The British Pimplinae are revised, and illustrated keys are provided for their identification. For each species details of known distribution and biology in Britain are summarised. This treatment is
PHENIX detector overview
The PHENIX detector is designed to perform a broad study of A-A, p-A, and p-p collisions to investigate nuclear matter under extreme conditions. A wide variety of probes, sensitive to all timescales,
Parasitoids of European butterflies
This book synthesizes all relevant and recent knowledge in the field, which is a must for those making use of this taxonomic group as a model system, and is divided into five major parts which deal with habitat use, population ecology and genetics, evolutionary ecology, distribution and phylogeny, and global change and conservation.
An Integrating Vector for Tunable, High Copy, Stable Integration into the Dispersed Ty δ Sites of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
A yeast integration vector targeted to chromosomal Ty δ sequences is constructed and used to create Saccharomycescerevisiae strains with stable tandem integrations ranging from 1 to 30 vector copies, allowing copy number to be tuned by varying G418 resistance.
Escape from natural enemies during climate‐driven range expansion: a case study
The present study investigated parasitism in the Brown Argus butterfly, Aricia agestis; a species that has expanded northward in Britain during the last 30 years in association with climate warming.
Parasitoid host ranges
The Hymenoptera associated with spiders in Europe
The Hymenoptera known to be obligatory parasitoids or predators of spiders or their eggs in Europe form a rather diverse assemblage. Their biologies are briefly reviewed; known host associations are