Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2005. — 343 p. — (Topics in Current Chemistry 240) — ISBN: 3540213082To understand a given chemical communication system normally one needs a close and fruitful cooperation between chemists and biologists, making this field particularly interesting for many scientists. Chemists are involved in this research by identifying the compounds which provoke behavioral or physiological changes in the receiver, synthesizing them or their analogs, often in enantiomerically pure form, to prove a structure and to provide material for biological testing,working on the biosynthesis, and doing research on the large biomolecules which are needed for formation or processing of the exogenous signal molecules. Contents Pheromone Reception Pheromones of True Bugs Chemical Signalling in Beetles Insect Chemical Defense Mammalian Semiochemicals
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