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Drawing on expertise from around the world, this volume identifies our current state of knowledge about the behavior and physiology of root herbivores. In particular, this work describes prevailing concepts and theories based on historical and current literature and identifies what new technologies and approaches are available to researchers in the field. Chapters address how root herbivore behavior and physiology is affected by the biotic and abiotic soil environment, cover case studies of globally significant pests and discuss advances in molecular techniques. Covering all aspects of behavioral and physiological responses of root herbivores to their environment, this will be valuable reading for researchers and professionals in agricultural entomology, plant science, ecology and soil science.Key topics include: Molecular approach to root herbivoresPhylloxeraPlant metabolitesSoil climateBehavioral ecology / wireworms
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Scott C. Johnson (born July 31, 1973) is an American author and journalist. For twelve years Johnson worked as a Newsweek foreign correspondent and Bureau Chief, reporting from more than fifty countries His writing has also appeared in Foreign Policy, New York Times, BuzzFeed, Guernica Magazine, Granta and various other outlets.
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