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Authors: A.F. Safonkin (Institute of Problems of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow, Russia) 
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The diversity of biological systems, at different levels of the organization of the material, forms one of the main characteristics of the organic universe – the phenomenon of polymorphism. Numerous investigations have shown that polymorphism appears beginning from the intracellular organization of the material up to the level of the biocenosis. This new book is based on the notion of polymorphism as the co-existence in the dynamic balance of two or more morphophysiologically distinctive forms within the population.




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Table of Contents:
1. Introduction;pp. 1-4

2. Polymorphism of the Reproductive Apparatus of Leafroller;pp. 5-12

2.1. Morphological Criteria of the Large Fruit-Tree Tortrix moth Polymorphism

2.1.1. Criteria of the Polymorphism of Males

2.1.2. Criteria of the Polymorphism of Females

3. Mitochondrial Heredity of Leafrollers;pp. 13-15

4. The Genetic Bases of Leafroller Polymorphism;pp. 17-20

5. Reproductive Behavior: Polymorphism and Behavioral Acts of Leafrollers;pp. 21-36

5.1. Peculiarities of the Male Chemocommunication of Different Phenotypes of the Large Fruit-Tree Tortrix Moth

5.2. Influence of Components of an Attractant upon Sexual Behavior of Male Leafrollers

5.3. Biochemical Basis of the Multicomponentness of the Compound of the Leafroller Pheromone

5.4. Reproductive Activity of Leafroller Imago

6. Ecological Significance of Polymorphism;pp. 37-40

7. Tendency of Change of Reproductive Behavior of Leafrollers;pp. 41-44

7.1. Phylogenetic Relations between Species of Leafrollers

7.2. Phylogenetic Relations between Species within a Single Leafroller Genus

8. Conclusion;pp. 45-48

Acknowledgements;pp. 49

Index pp. 61-64

   Series:
      Genetics - Research and Issues
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 64, 6 x 9
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-810-3
   Status: AV
  
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