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Physiological Entomology

Edited by Shin G. Goto, Toby Bruce and Gregory Ragland

Published: Quarterly

Aims and Scope

Physiological Entomology broadly considers “how insects work” and how they are adapted to their environments at all levels from genes and molecules, anatomy and structure, to behaviour and interactions of whole organisms. We publish high quality experiment based papers reporting research on insects and other arthropods as well as occasional reviews. The journal thus has a focus on physiological and experimental approaches to understanding how insects function. The broad subject coverage of the Journal includes, but is not limited to: 

  • experimental analysis of behaviour

  • behavioural physiology and biochemistry

  • neurobiology and sensory physiology

  • general physiology

  • circadian rhythms and photoperiodism

  • chemical ecology


physiological entomology, arthropods, behaviour, behavior, biochemistry, circadian rhythms, endocrinology, entomology, insects, neurobiology, parasitoids, parasitology, pheromones, photoperiodism, physiology

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Contribution correspondence to:

Shin G. Goto
Osaka City University, Japan

Toby Bruce
Rothamsted Research, UK

Gregory Ragland
University of Colorado, Denver

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