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A Blood-Borne Factor Influencing the Activity of the Central Nervous System of the Desert Locust
A Blood-Borne Factor Influencing the Activity of the Central Nervous System of the Desert Locust
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Electrical Responses of Certain Lepidopterous Tympanal Organs
ALTHOUGH from a variety of behaviour work1–3 there must be a strong presumption that the tympanal organs of certain night-flying moths respond to airborne sounds, hitherto no direct physiologicalExpand
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Vibrations of the Substrate and Stridulation in a Grasshopper
OBSERVATIONS made during experiments to determine the behaviour associated with stridulation in Chorthippus parallelus (Zett.) (Orthoptera, Acrididae) suggested that, in certain cases, females theExpand
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Hair Receptors in Locusts: Function of certain Prothoracic Hair Receptors in the Desert Locust
Hair Receptors in Locusts: Function of certain Prothoracic Hair Receptors in the Desert Locust
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General: “Normal” Explanation of the Soal–Goldney Experiments in Extrasensory Perception
THE Soal–Goldney card-guessing experiments with the subject Shackleton consisted of forty sittings conducted between 1941 and 43 under the direction of S. G. Soal, then a lecturer in mathematics atExpand
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The Anti-Locust Research Centre, London
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Locust Research: Discussions in London
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Instinctive Behaviour in Animals and Men
I'Instinct dans le Comportement des Animaux et de I'HommePar M. Autuori, M.-P. Bénassy, J. Benoit, R. Courrier, Ed.-Ph. Deleurance, M. Fontane, K. von Frisch, R. Gesell, P.-P. Grassé, J. B. S.Expand
Entomology in Review
Annual Review of EntomologyVol. 3. Edited by Edward A. Steinhaus, in association with Ray F. Smith. Pp. vii + 519. (Palo Alto, Calif.: Annual Reviews, Inc., 1958. Published in co-operation with theExpand
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Colloque sur I'Acoustique des Orthoptères, Jouyen-Josas (5–8 Avril, 1954)Annales de l'Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. Série C: Annales des Épiphyties. Par René-Guy Busnel. Pp. 448. (5eExpand