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Scientific Bibliography : Monarch Physiology

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Bernays, E. A., Blaney, W. M., Chapman, R. F., Cook, A. G. 1976. The ability of Locusta migratoria L. to perceive plant surface waxes. Symposia Biologica Hungarica 16:35-40 [Keywords: physiology, foraging, contact chemoreception]

Bernays, E. A., Chapman, R. F. 1977. Deterrent chemicals as a basis of oligophagy in Locusta migratoria (L.). Ecological Entomology 2:1-18

Bogner, F., Boppre, M. 1985. A special olfactory receptor for alkaloid perception in adult Lepidoptera. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft (Stuttgart) 78:281

Boppre, M. 1978. Chemical communication, plant relationships and mimicry in the evolution of Danaid butteflies. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 24:64-77

Boppre, M. 1984. Chemically mediated interactions between butterflies. Symposia of the Royal Entomological Society of London 11:259-275

Boppre, M. 1993. The American monarch: courtship and chemical communication of a peculiar Danaine butterfly. In Biology and Conservation of the Monarch Butterfly , ed. S. B. Malcolm, M. P. Zalucki. pp. 29-41. Science Series. Vol. 38. Los Angeles: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County [Keywords: behavior, reproduction, chemical communication]

Boppre, M., Fecher, K. 1977. Structural complexity of scent organs of male Danaid butterflies. Scanning Electron Microscopy (Chicago) 2:630, 639-644

Boppre, M., Petty, R. L., Schneider, D., Meinwald, J. 1978. Behaviourally mediated contacts between scent organs: another prerequisite for pheromone production in Danaus chrysippus males (Lepidoptera). Journal of Comparative Physiology A 126:97-103 [Keywords: behavior, chemical communication, pheromones, hairpencils, PA]

Conner, W. E., Eisner, T., Vander Meer, R. K., Guerrero, A., Meinwald, J. 1981. Precopulatory sexual interaction in an arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatrix): Role of a pheromone derived from dietary alkaloids. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (Berlin) 9:227-235 [Keywords: behavior, reproduction, chemical communication, PA, pheromones]

Dethier, V. G. 1973. Electrophysiological studies of gustation in lepidopterous larvae. II. Taste spectra in relation to foodplant discrimination. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 82:103-134

Dethier, V. G. 1975. The Monarch revisited. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 48:129-140

Dethier, V. G., Kuch, J. H. 1971. Electrophysiological studies of gustation in lepidopterous larvae. I. Comparative sensitivity to sugars, amino acids and glycosides. Zeitschrift fur Vergleichende Physiologie (Berlin) 72:343-363 [Keywords: physiology, sugars, alcohols, amino acids, organic acids, glycosides, sterols]

Edgar, J. A., Culvenor, C. C. J., Robinson, G. S. 1973. Hairpencil dihydropyrrolizines of Danainae from the New Hebrides. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 12:144-150

Edgar, J. A., Culvenor, C. C. J., Smith, L. W. 1971. Dihydropyrrolizine derivatives in the hair pencil secretions of Danaid butterflies. Experientia (Basel) 27:761-762 [Keywords: chemical communication, hairpencil, biochemistry, PA]

Eguchi, E., Watanabe, K., Hariyama, I., Yamamoto, K. 1982. A comparison of electrophysiologically determined spectral responses in 35 species of Lepidoptera. Journal of Insect Physiology 28:675-682

Eltringham, H. 1915. Further observations on the structure of the scent organs of certain male danaine butterflies. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1915:152-1786, pls. 11-20

Fox, R. M. 1967. Forelegs of butterflies 1. Introduction: Chemoreception. Journal of Research On the Lepidoptera 5:1-12

Freiling, H. H. 1909. Duftorgane der weiblichen Schmetterlinge nebst Beitragen zur Kenntnis der Sinnesorgane auf dem Schmetterlingsflugel und der Duftpinsel der Mannchen von Danais und Euploea. Zeitschrift fur Wissenschaftliche Zool. (Leipzig) 92:210-290, 6 pls.

Frings, H., Frings, M. 1949. The loci of contact chemoreceptors in insects: a review with new evidence. American Midland Naturalist 41:602-658

Hanson, F. E. 1983. The behavioral and neurophysiological basis of food plant selection by lepidopterous larvae. In Herbivorous insects, ed. S. Ahmad, 3-23. New York: Academic Press.

Harborne, J. B. 1982. Introduction to ecological biochemistry, 2nd. ed. London: Academic Press. xvi + 278 pp.

Harborne, J. B. e. 1972. Phytochemical ecology. N. Y. & Lond.: Acad. Press

Hausman, S. A. 1951. The scent producing organ of the Monarch butterfly. American Naturalist 85:389-391 [Keywords: anatomy, chemical communication]

James, D. G., Hales, D. F. 1983. Sensitivity to juvenile hormone is not reduced in clustering monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus, in Australia. Physiological Entomology (Oxford) 8:273-276

Lamborn, W. A. 1919. The relation of the anal tufts to the brands of the hind-wings observed and the scent perceived in a male danaine butterfly. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London 1918:clxxii-clxxiv

Myers, J. 1969. Distribution of foodplant chemoreceptors on the female Florida queen butterfly. J. Lepid. Soc., Cambridge, Mass. 23:196-198

Myers, J., Brower, L. P. 1969. A behavioural analysis of the courtship pheromone receptors of the queen butterfly, Danaus gilippus berenice. Journal of Insect Physiology 15:2117-2130

Myers, J. H. 1968. The structure of the antennae of the Florida Queen butterfly, Danaus gilippus berenice (Cramer). Journal of Morphology 125:315-328

Myers, J. H., Walter, M. 1970. Olfaction in the Florida Queen butterfly: honey odor receptors. Journal of Insect Physiology 16:573-578

Pliske, T. E. 1975. Courtship behaviour and use of chemical communication by males of certain Ithomiine butterflies (Nymphalidae-Lepidoptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 68:935-942

Schneider, D. 1971. Specialised odor receptors of insects. In Ohloff, G. & Thomas, A. F., Gustation and olfaction: 45-60. London & New York.

Schneider, D. 1975. Chemical communication in danaid butterflies. In Denton, D. A. & Coghlan, J. D., Olfaction and taste 5: 327-328. New York & London.

Schneider, D. 1975. Pheromone communication in moths and butterflies. In Sensory physiology and behavior , ed. R. Galun, P. Hillman, I. Parnas, R. Werman. pp. 173-193. New York: Plenum Press

Schneider, D. 1987. Plant recognition by insects: A challenge for neuroethological research. In Insect plants , ed. V. G. Labeyrie, G. Fabres, D. Lachaise. Vol. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships. Amsterdam: W. Junk

Schoonhoven, L. M. 1973. Plant recognition by lepidopterous larvae. In Insect/plant relationships, ed. H. F. v. Emden. pp. 87-99. New York: John Wiley & Sons

Swihart, S. L. 1974. Acceptance angles of butterfly ommatidia. Journal of Insect Physiology 20:1027-1036 [Keywords: physiology, vision]

Swihart, S. L., Gordon, W. C., Machwart, R. J. 1974. Reflections on the eyes of butterflies. Journal of Insect Physiology 20:359-381

Swihart, S. L., Schumperli, R. 1974. Visual fields of butterfly interneurons. Journal of Insect Physiology 20:1529-1536

Urquhart, F. A. 1958. Scent receptors in Lepidoptera. Contrib., Div. Zool. & Paleo., Roy. Ontario Mus., Toronto 49:16

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