Last edited by Temuro
Saturday, August 1, 2020 | History

2 edition of Biology of termites found in the catalog.

Biology of termites

E. Morton Miller

Biology of termites

by E. Morton Miller

  • 322 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Heath in [Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Termites.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] E. Morton Miller.
    SeriesBSCS pamphlets -- 17.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL513.T3 M46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18845263M
    LC Control Number65000115

    ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about Termites: 1. Introduction to Termites 2. Habit and Habitat of Termites 3. Morphology 4. Life history 5. Economic Importance 6. Control 1. Introduction to Termites: Termites commonly called white ants are soft-bodied, social and polymorphic insects having two pairs of similar deciduous wings and live together forming [ ]. Biology of Termites, a Modern Synthesis brings together the major advances in termite biology, phylogenetics, social evolution and : David Edward Bignell; Yves Roisin; Nathan Lo.

    Book: Biology of termites. Volume 1. Abstract: This is the first of two volumes in which the widely scattered but important advances in knowledge of termite biology made in the past 20 years are to be brought together and existing data reassessed In it, 15 authors contribute to reviews of anatomical, Cited by: 7. The book also examines caste differentiation in the three lower termite families, namely, Hodotermitidae, Kalotermitidae, and Rhinotermitidae. This volume includes discussions on the rearing, feeding, and biochemistry of termites; the radioisotopes for feeding studies; and the moisture requirements for termite survival.

      "This book provides a general scientific introduction to termites, including their biology, behavior, pest status, and control. It is directed to advanced students in entomology and pest management, as well as to professionals."—Entomological News "Termites are among the most intriguing and important insects in the worldBrand: CAB International North America. Biology of Termites: a Modern Synthesis by David Edward Bignell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.


Share this book
You might also like

Education statistics.

David Herbert Lawrence

An atlas and guide to the dissection of the pony

Modern industrial progress

Liver regeneration after experimental injury

Medical Terminology Online for Mastering Healthcare Terminology (User Guide, Access Code and Textbook Package)

Federal aid to good roads.

The Gentleman & [i.e. and] farmers cheap pocket farrier

Bibliography of the NIST Optoelectronics Division

Automotive multiplexing.

The parent trip

Ned Wynkoop and the lonely road from Sand Creek

Conveyancing

Intramural-recreational sports

1969 Mummy Lake excavations

The poems of Drummond Allison

Incredible Carnegie

Biology of termites by E. Morton Miller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Biology of Termites, a Modern Synthesis brings together the major advances in termite biology, phylogenetics, social evolution and biogeography. In this new volume, David Bignell, Yves Roisin and Nathan Lo have brought together leading experts on termite taxonomy, behaviour, genetics, caste differentiation, physiology, microbiology, mound architecture, Brand: Bignell David Edward Roisin Yves Lo Nathan.

After briefly describing the social organization, classification, and research history of termites, the book discusses the external morphology of these species and the similarities and differences between the various groups and the different castes.

-- IPM Practitioner "This book provides a general scientific introduction to termites, including their biology, behavior, pest status, and control. It is directed to advanced students in entomology and pest management, as well as to professionals."/5(2).

Biology of termites book briefly describing the social organization, classification, and research history of termites, the book discusses the external morphology of these species and the similarities Book Edition: 1.

About this book. Biology of Termites brings together the major advances in termite biology, phylogenetics, social evolution and biogeography since the publication of Termites: Evolution, Sociality, Symbioses, Ecology ().

The editors have brought together leading experts on termite taxonomy, behaviour, genetics, caste differentiation, physiology, microbiology, mound Price Range: £ - £ About this book Biology of Termites, a Modern Synthesis brings together the major advances in termite biology, phylogenetics, social evolution and biogeography made in the decade since Abe et al Termites: Evolution, Sociality, Symbioses, Ecology became the standard modern reference work on termite science.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Chapters in this book dealing with termites identification provide a review on most updated information of their systematics. Ecologically, termites interact with living and non-living surroundings and deliver a wide range of behaviors.

In a separate chapter termites ecology is examined and explored. the dampwood termite has a limited distribution in eastern Washington.

Termites are often confused with ants. The termite has straight beadlike antennae, while those of ants are elbowed.

The abdomen of the termite is broadly joined to the thorax (no waist), while the ant’s thorax and abdomen are joined TERMITES: BIOLOGY, PREVENTION, AND CONTROLFile Size: KB. Subterranean Termite Biology.

Colony Establishment and Swarming. In Arkansas, winged termites or alates (swarmers) may emerge in large numbers inside infested homes or from the soil outside during the daylight hours from March through May.

This usually occurs following a rain. A very small percentage of swarming. General biology of Termites Termites (Isoptera) are terrestrial social insects with polymorphic highly organised colonies. These colonies develop around a nest system with division of labour among different castes.

Nest systems vary from a single nest concentrated at one site to diffuse networks of subterranean galleries and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Biology of termites. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Economic Importance of Termites: 1. The workers and soldiers leave their nest at night to attack furniture, woods and books. Thus they damage human properties in several ways. The only way to get rid of termite menace is to destroy the queen. Biology of Termites, a Modern Synthesis brings together the major advances in termite biology, phylogenetics, social evolution and biogeography.

In this new volume, David Bignell, Yves Roisin and Nathan Lo have brought together leading experts on termite taxonomy, behaviour, genetics, caste differentiation, physiology, microbiology, mound architecture. Termites - Biology and Control Wood-Damaging Pests.

Termite Biology. Skip to Termite Biology. Termites are the most important wood-destroying structural pests in the southern United States. According to some estimates, over $2 billion are spent annually in the United States controlling or preventing termite infestations.

In North Carolina, our. About this book Introduction Biology of Termites, a Modern Synthesis brings together the major advances in termite biology, phylogenetics, social evolution and biogeography made in the decade since Abe et al Termites: Evolution, Sociality, Symbioses, Ecology became the standard modern reference work on termite science.

A description of termite biology, distribution and diversity, economic importance, and sustainable management is presented. Liquid termiticide injection to soil, to establish a toxic or repellent. termite biology (termite control) should have a place in an academic book: the out-come is two pleasingly complementary chapters (18 and 19) dealing, respectively, with termites in agriculture and with invasive species which defy the high endemic-ity otherwise shown by isopterans.

Both chapters explore contemporary conceptsFile Size: KB. As such, the book brings into sharp focus the tremendous usefulness of termites as research systems, and the close interplay between vii viii Foreword systematics, evolutionary biology, ecology, and other, more-proximate and mechanistic disciplines.

Subterranean termites are social insects. This means that they live in family groups called colonies. Social insects are different from other insects (grasshoppers, cockroaches, or beetles) because each termite in the colony performs a specific job that benefits the colony as a whole.

Most other insects work only for themselves. Abstract and Figures The present chapter focuses on the biology of termites, showing different life stages and caste systems. Mating, reproduction, parthenogenesis and Author: Ahmad Pervez.Dr. Biology: When you were talking about the termites, you actually mention how long they live.

18 to 20 years is one of the links of time that was in my notes right now. When most insects, or a lot of insects are measured their lifespan in days, that seems like a really, really long time.This Volume comprises 12 chapters in an attempt to bring available information on biology, social behavour and economic importance of termites.

Chapters in this book dealing with termites identification provide a review on most updated information of their systematics.