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Cumulative Subject Index Volume 1-29 by S.J. Simpson (Eds.)

By S.J. Simpson (Eds.)

Advances in Insect body structure is dedicated to publishing eclectic volumes containing finished and in-depth studies on all facets of insect body structure. First released in 1963, those volumes are a necessary reference resource for invertebrate physiologists, insect neurobiologists, entomologists, zoologists and bug biochemists. This quantity is a serial index quantity containing Volumes 1-29. * Contents of Volumes 1-29 * Cumulative topic Index * Contributor Index

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Q. , carbohydrate in larval haemolymph 4: 294 Anthranilic acids during metamorphosis 10: 202, 206 properties 10: 131, 132 tumour induction 10: 221 Anthrenus spp. , spiracular gills 5: 75, 77, 78, 90, 91, 93, 95, 96, 98 – 100, 102, 103, 105, 107, 108, 113, 114, 130– 133 Antocha vitripennis, spiracular gills 5: 76, 87, 88, 93 – 95, 99, 102, 103, 106, 109, 112, 114, 124, 132 Antp gene, Arthropoda 24: 78, 79 Antromysis juberthiei 27: 55, 77 Antrozous p. , lipid content 4: 78 Aphis, neurosecretory cells 12: 80, 103 Aphis, oxygen consumption in flight 3: 321 Aphis, woolly, saliva detoxicant function 9: 248 phytopathogenicity 9: 217 Aphodius, hardened protein in elytra 2: 202 Aphoidea, feeding 9: 192 Aphrodite, chitin chitin/protein complexes 1: 297, 300– 303, 307, 309, 310 structure of 1: 262, 270, 273, 274 Aphrodite, X-ray diffraction of chaetae 4: 275 Aphrophora alni, chitin orientation 4: 234 Aphrophora alni, salivary glands 9: 232 Aphrophora parallela, choline metabolism 9: 73 Aphrophora spumaria, ocellus 7: 102 Aphrosylus celtiber, spiracular gills 5: 109, 149– 151 Aphrosylus spp, spiracular gills 5: 75, 84, 100, 113, 148– 152 Apical borders, rectal pads, chloride transport 19: 356 Apical entry mechanism, chloride 19: 362 Apical mechanisms, sodium fluxes 19: 382 Apical membranes, locust rectum 19: 371 Apical membranes, rectal pads 19: 376 Apical tissue, sex determination 19: 34 Apidae differentiation of flight muscle 5: 220– 222 flight reflexes 5: 213, 215 Apidae, pterines 6: 149 Apis 19: 344; 25: 108, 110, 116, 131, 201; 26: 305, 325, 343 blood clotting 11: 157, 164 deutocerebrum, biogenic amine cell localization in 15: 342 differentiation centre 12: 131 embryogenesis 12: 133, 134, 176, 185– 187, 203 gene activity epidermal nuclei 11: 328 haemolymph protein 11: 344 larval fat body 11: 350 synthesis, adult proteins 11: 370 neurosecretory cells during life history 12: 97 CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEXES FOR VOLUMES 1 –29 protocerebral 12: 82 volume 12: 105 oocyte-nurse cell syncytium bridge distribution 11: 244 cell determination 11: 254 end of synchrony 11: 264 germinal vesicle function 11: 283 mitotic synchrony 11: 249, 250 protocerebral bridge, biogenic amine cell localization 15: 338 scalariform junctions, thin section appearance 15: 159 Apis andreniformis 25: 131, 133, 135 Apis armbrusteri 25: 133 Apis cerana 25: 127, 132– 134 Apis cerana, phylogenetic relationships 13: 111 Apis dorsata 25: 127, 132– 135 Apis dorsata, lipid content 4: 81 Apis dorsata, phylogenetic relationships 13: 111 Apis florea 25: 127, 128, 132, 135 Apis florea, phylogenetic relationships 13: 111 Apis koschevnikovi 25: 131– 133 Apis laboriosa 25: 134 Apis mellifera (see also Bees) cholinergic elements in 1: 6, 7, 9 diet 1: 355, 357 haemolymph 1: 213, 355, 357 neuromuscular junctions 1: 468, 469, 471, 472 Apis mellifera 19: 291, 292; 24: 45, 50, 51, 55, 56, 314; 25: 108, 109, 114, 115, 117, 120, 122, 124, 127– 129, 132, 133, 135–138, 158, 190, 200, 202, 210, 222, 316; 26: 327; 28: 119 abdominal scent glands 5: 187 absence of glutarate pathway 10: 133 antennae, sensilla on 16: 296, 297 antennal cuticle structure 4: 222, 229 biogenic amine inactivation in 15: 360 corpora pedunculata, biogenic amine distribution in 15: 332 cuticular parabolic lamellae 4: 226 diuretic and antidiuretic hormones and 29: 301, 305, 358– 360 dopamine in 29: 98 EAAT (apmEAAT) 29: 64, 67, 70 fanning 5: 187, 188 feeding rhythms 10: 9 41 flight differentiation of muscles 5: 219, 220 reflexes and direct muscles 5: 204 reflexes and flight initiation 5: 200 reflexes and indirect muscles 5: 202 reflexes and velocity control5: 206, 207 reflexes and vision 5: 199 reflexes and yaw control 5: 214 flight muscle and fatty acid oxidation 4: 125 and lipid hydrolysis 4: 111, 116 hexokinase activity 4: 302, 303 hive aeration 5: 187 lipid content 4: 81, 93 metabolic oscillator 4: 252 monosaccharide utilization 4: 303 mouthparts, sensilla on 16: 268 N-acetyltransferase in, biogenic amine inactivation and 15: 362 optic lobes, biogenic amine cell localization 15: 338 scent 4: 169 sugar in haemolymph 4: 294, 295, 298, 299 tritocerebrum, biogenic amine cell localization in 15: 344 unpaired median neurons in 28: 190 wax production 4: 156 Apis mellifera capensis 25: 130 Apis mellifera carnica 25: 130, 158 Apis mellifera carnica, melettin in 13: 106 Apis mellifera carnica, mushroom bodies, function 15: 336 Apis mellifera liguistica 25: 115, 120, 138 Apis mellifera mellifera 25: 126, 138 Apis mellifera see honey bee Apis mellifera, alkenes in 13: 2 fibrillar muscles 13: 203 flight fuel 13: 165 flight speed, metabolic rate and 13: 145 hyperglycaemic hormone 13: 101 isolation of visual pigments from 13: 39 metabolic rate, mass, wing-loading wingbeat frequency and 13: 140 methylalkanes in 13: 8 oxygen consumption during flight 13: 142 oxygen consumption, flight and 13: 136 phylogenetic relationships 13: 111 power output, control mechanisms 13: 153 pre-flight warm-up 13: 187, 188 42 CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEXES FOR VOLUMES 1–29 rhodopsin and metarhodopsin 13: 46 substrate-cycling 13: 195 wingbeat frequency temperature and 13: 139 Apis mellifera, basal lamina 14: 187 haemolymph, vitellogenin in 14: 60 surface dyads 14: 191 vitellogenin and vitellin in 14: 53 vitellogenin biosynthesis control, juvenile hormone and 14: 71 Apis mellifera, breathing in flight 3: 321 Apis mellifera, GABA receptors 22: 24 Apis mellifera, haemolymph 6: 216, 217 Apis mellifera, ocellus electrical response 7: 153 flicker fusion frequency 7: 166– 168 sensitivity 7: 165 Apis mellifera, resilin in cuticle 2: 14 Apis mellifica kynurenine-3-hydroxylase 10: 191 ommochromes 10: 158 Apis mellifica, choline metabolism acetyicholine 9: 66 lipids containing choline 9: 75, 77 oxidation 9: 89 requirements 9: 92 Apis mellifica, ocellus as stimulatory organ 7: 137, 138 units, thoracic ganglion 7: 178 Apis mellifica, pterines 6: 147, 155, 165, 173, 176 Apis, antenna 14: 301 rhabdomere arrangement 14: 285 vitellogenin biosynthesis, control 14: 72 genetic control 14: 86 Apis, fat body 1: 125 Apis, flight speed, metabolic rate and 13: 145 phylogenetic relationships 13: 111, 112 Apis, nervous system development 6: 100, 113, 118, 121, 120 Apis, ocellus dark adaptation 7: 169 development 7: 102 spectral sensitivity 7: 170 structure 7: 114 Apis, ommochromes 10: 144, 161 Apis, vision eye 3: 2 polarized light 3: 19 spacing of photoreceptors 3: 16 Aplysia 19: 7, 115, 369, 370; 24: 179; 28: 270 adenylate cyclase activity, octopamine and 15: 443 catecholamine synthesis in 15: 351 neuromuscular junctions, biogenic amines and 15: 390 neuromuscular transmission 5-HT and 15: 384 neurones, acetylcholine receptors 15: 272, 273, 275 Aplysia californica action of GABA 22: 67, 68 circadian-pacemaker structures 22: 280– 286 Aplysia californica, putative acetylcholine receptors, pharmacological profiles 15: 233 Aplysia, circadian rhythms in neurons 4: 262 Aplysia, visceral ganglion 3: 287, 288, 291, 296 Apodemes, chitin orientation 4: 220, 233 Apodiphus amygdali, abdominal scent glands, developmental fate 14: 369 scent gland functions 14: 362 Apoidea, caste development in 16: 169 Apoidea, flight reflexes 5: 204, 205, 210 Apolysis 14: 118; 26: 161 and tissue isolation in spiracular gills 5: 85 et seq.

Chemical insecticides 25: 16 Bacunculidae, lipid content 4: 79 b-adrenergetic agents, and cyclic AMP 9: 35 Baffle, use in sound emission 10: 264– 267 Bafilomycin 28: 20 b-Alanine in puparium 11: 349 b-Alanine, biogenic amine conjugation by sulphates in 15: 363 b-Alanine, IC50 values 22: 25 Balaninus elephas, lipid content 4: 74 Balanus balanoides 24: 161 Balanus nubilis 29: 122 Balanus nubilus, myoplasm, ionic composition 14: 205 b-alanyldopamine 26: 162 b-Alanyl-L -tyrosine, Sarcophaga 11: 349, 371 b-Alanyltyrosine.

Definition 5: 68 – 71 Apolysis and ecdysis 11: 322 Apomorphine, effect on salivary gland stimulation by biogenic amines 15: 410 Apomorphy, Arthropoda 24: 5 Apoptosis 25: 14, 15 Apoptosis, occurrence 11: 167 Aporia crataegi, ommochromes 10: 156, 177 Aposynaptic granules 14: 199 Aposynaptic granules, and synaptic membrane 6: 209 Apotettix eurycephalus, coloration 8: 157 Appias drusilla, pterines 6: 149 Appias nero, pterines 6: 149, 156 Apterous mutant 25: 329 Apterygota 23: 172; 28: 190 antennae, sensilla on 16: 275, 276 arginine-vasopressin-like DH 28: 38 chemoreceptor populations, evolution and 16: 331 CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEXES FOR VOLUMES 1 –29 mouthparts, sensilla on 16: 253 Apterygota, germarium morphology 11: 229 Apterygota, haemolymph, ionic composition 14: 200 Apterygota, sperm 9: 326–329, 338 Apterygote 24: 81 Apterygotes, gut formation 19: 192 Aptynus displosor 26: 319 APUD cells 15: 436 Apulmonata 24: 73 Aquarius najas, scent substances, water proofing and 14: 404 Aquatic insects mechanisms of, osmoregulation 1: 328– 352 osmotic and ionic regulation 1: 320– 328 Aquatic insects, excretion 4: 42, 51, 57 Aquatic insects, haemolymph 6: 219 Aquatic insects, spiracles 3: 303 Aquatic invertebrates, eicosanoids 24: 135 Arabinose from plasma glycoprotein 4: 341 in Glossina spp.

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