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Physiological Entomology

Edited by Henry Fadamiro, Shin G. Goto and Toby Bruce

Published: Quarterly

Physiological Entomology is designed primarily to serve the interests of experimentalists who work on the behaviour of insects and other arthropods. It thus has a bias towards physiological and experimental approaches, but retains the Royal Entomological Society's traditional interest in general physiology of arthropods.

Topics covered include:
experimental analysis of behaviour;
behavioural ophysiology and biochemistry;
neurobiology and sensory physiology;
general physiology;
circadian rhythms and photoperiodism.

Members can 'top up' their journal subscription with an annual 'online access' subscription, costing £42.00 (incl.VAT), which gives access to all the RES journals back files. This top up is subject to one printed copy journal being subscribed to.This top up is subject to one printed copy journal being subscribed to. Members can now subscribe to all seven of the RES journals online for an annual fee of £120.00 (incl.VAT), or an online only subscription of Physiological Entomology for £44.00 per annum.

Contribution correspondence to:

Shin G. Goto
Osaka City University, Japan
(email: )

Toby Bruce
Rothamsted Research, UK
(email: )

Tom Pope
Harper Adams University
(email: )

Gregory Ragland
University of Colorado, Denver
(email: )

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