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The Insects: Structure and Functionby R. F. Chapman , Edited by Stephen J. Simpson , Angela E. Douglas
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Table of Contents
|List of contributors|
|The Head, Ingestion, Utilization and Distribution of Food:|
|Mouthparts and feeding|
|Alimentary canal, digestion and absorption|
|Circulatory system, blood and the immune system|
|The Thorax and Locomotion:|
|Legs and locomotion|
|Wings and flight|
|The Abdomen, Reproduction and Development:|
|Reproductive system: male|
|Reproductive system: female|
|The egg and embryology|
|The Integument, Gas Exchange and Homeostasis:|
|Excretion and salt and water regulation|
|Physiological Co-ordination within the Insect:|
|Endocrine system Stuart|
|Perception of the Environment:|
|Communication with other Organisms:|
|Visual signals: colour and light production|
|Mechanical communication: producing sound and substrate vibrations|
|Chemical communication: pheromones and chemicals with interspecific significance|
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