This text covers the structure, function and ecology of insects. It is a comprehensive introduction to the field, and has been updated to include recent findings and research in responce to the study of biology being increasingly focused on the cellular level. There is an appendix, which can be used to classify the insect families, and new chapters on conserving insect biodiversity and molecular entomology.
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A balanced approach. Romoser/Stoffolano provide balanced coverage of entomology, emphasizing the structure, function, and ecology of insects. This text provides the most complete presentation for an introductory, one-semester-long course.
Excellent coverage of applied entomology. Because the primary applications of insect ecology are important, the authors devoted four chapters to the subject, along with the help of expert contributing authors.
Two new chapters! Chapter 15, Conservation of Insect Biodiversity and Chapter 18, Molecular Entomology are beneficial to science majors since much of biology has focused on the cellular level in recent years.
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