Table of Contents

Chemical communication in crustaceans: research challenges for the twenty-first century / Martin Thiel and Thomas Breithaupt.
Pheromones and behavior / Tristam D. Wyatt.
Crustaceans as powerful models in aquatic chemical ecology / Mark E. Hay.
Waterborne chemical communication: stimulus dispersal dynamics and orientation strategies in crustaceans / Marc J. Weissburg.
Hydrodynamics of sniffing by crustaceans / Mimi A.R. Koehl.
Chemosensory sensilla in crustaceans / Eric Hallberg and Malin Skog.
Neuronal processing of chemical information in crustaceans / Manfred Schmidt and DeForest Mellon, Jr..
The neural and behavioral basis of chemical communication in terrestrial crustaceans / Bil S. Hansson ... [et al.].
Chemical communication between copepods: finding the mate in a fluid environment / Jeannette Yen and Rachel Lasley.
Chemical communication in peracarid crustaceans / Martin Thiel.
Mantis shrimp: olfactory apparatus and chemosensory apparatus and chemosensory behavior / Kristina Mead and Roy Caldwell.
Chemical communication in lobsters / Juan Aggio and Charles D. Derby.
Chemical communication in crayfish / Thomas Breithaupt.
Chemical communication in decapod shrimps: the influence of mating and social systems on the relative importance of olfactory and contact pheromones / Raymond T. Bauer.
Chemical ecology and social behavior of Anomura / Francesca Gherardi and Elena Tricarico.
Deception in visual and chemical communication in crustaceans / John H. Christy and Dan Rittschof.
Chemical communication in a multimodal context / Eileen A. Hebets and Aaron Rundus.
Chemical cues and reducing the risk of predation / Brian A. Hazlett.
Identification of crustacean sex pheromones / Joerg D. Hardege and John A. Terschak.
Approaches to a molecular identification of sex pheromones in blue crabs / Michiya Kamio and Charles D. Derby.
The crustacean endocrine system and pleiotropic chemical messengers / Ernest S. Chang.
Toward a characterization of the chemical cue to barnacle gregariousness / Anthony S. Clare.
Contact chemoreception and its role in zooplankton mate recognition / Terry Snell.
A review of research in fish pheromones / Yu-Wen Chung-Davidson, Mar Huertas, and Weiming Li.
Chemical communication and aquaculture of decapod crustaceans: needs, problems, and possible solutions / Assaf Barki, Clive Jones, and Ilan Karpus.
Effects of pollutants on olfactory mediated behaviors in fish and crustaceans / K. Håkan Olsén.
Insect pheromones: useful lessons for crustacean pheromone programs? / Thomas C. Baker. The crustaceans are ecologically and economically important organisms. They constitute one of the dominant invertebrate groups on earth, particularly within the aquatic realm. Crustaceans include some of the preferred scientific model organism, profitable aquaculture specimen, but also invasive nuisance species threatening native animal communities throughout the world. Chemoreception is the most important sensory modality of crustaceans, acquiring important information about their environment and picking up the chemical signals that mediate communication with conspecifics. Significant advance.
The crustaceans are ecologically and economically important organisms. They constitute one of the dominant invertebrate groups on earth, particularly within the aquatic realm. Crustaceans include some of the preferred scientific model organism, profitable aquaculture specimen, but also invasive nuisance species threatening native animal communities throughout the world. Chemoreception is the most important sensory modality of crustaceans, acquiring important information about their environment and picking up the chemical signals that mediate communication with conspecifics. Significant advance.
Breithaupt, Thomas;Thiel, Martin
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Springer
2011
9780387771014
9780387771007
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