Insect Immunity: Volume 52

Insect Immunity: Volume 52

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Insect Immunity, Volume 52 provides readers with the latest interdisciplinary reviews on the topic. It is an essential reference source for invertebrate physiologists, neurobiologists, entomologists, zoologists and insect chemists, providing invaluable chapters on Insect Antimicrobial Defenses: A Brief History, Recent Findings, Biases, and a Way Forward in Evolutionary Studies, Phagocytosis in Insect Immunity, The Melanization Response in Insect Immunity, Microbiota, Gut Physiology, and Insect Immunity, Intestinal Stem Cells: A Decade of Intensive Research in Drosophila and the Road Ahead, and Insect Symbiosis and Immunity: The Bean Bug-Burkholderia Interaction as a Case Study, along with other related topics.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 262 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 25.4mm | 550g
  • Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0128117753
  • 9780128117750

Table of contents

1. Insect Antimicrobial Defences: A Brief History, Recent Findings, Biases, and a Way Forward in Evolutionary Studies Naomi L. P. Keehnen, Jens Rolff, Ulrich Theopold and Christopher W. Wheat 2. Phagocytosis in Insect Immunity Ashley E. Nazario-Toole and Louisa P. Wu 3. The Melanization Response in Insect Immunity Johnny Nakhleh, Layla El Moussawi and Mike A. Osta 4. Microbiota, Gut Physiology, and Insect Immunity Ji-Hoon Lee, Kyung-Ah Lee and Won-Jae Lee 5. Intestinal Stem Cells: A Decade of Intensive Research in Drosophila and the Road Ahead Yiorgos Apidianakis, Vasilia Tamamouna, Savvas Teloni and Chrysoula Pitsouli 6. Insect Symbiosis and Immunity: The Bean Bug-Burkholderia Interaction as a Case Study Jiyeun K. Kim and Bok L. Lee 7. Exploiting Innate Immunity for Biological Pest Control Fei Liu, Wuren Huang, Kai Wu, Zhongying Qiu, Yuan Huang and Erjun Ling 8. Immunology of insect vectors: Midgut Interactions of Sandflies and Tsetse with Kinetoplastid Parasites as a paradigm for establishing infection. Megan Sloan and Petros Ligoxygakis
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About Petros Ligoxygakis

Petros Ligoxygakis is a Professor at the University of Oxford
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