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Physiology and Behaviour
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The 2011 prize for the best paper published in Physiological Entomology in 2009 has been awarded to:
Diet affects female mating behaviour in a seed-feeding beetle
CHARLES W. FOX, JORDI MOYA-LARAÑO
Physiological Entomology (2009), 34, 370-378
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Physiological Entomology Top Cited Papers
Insect photoperiodism: seeing the light
David S. Saunders
The role of olfaction in aphid host location
Cuticular hydrocarbon profiles as a taxonomic tool: advantages, limitations and technical aspects
Ricarda Kather and Stephen J. Martin
Arbuscular mycorrhiza enhances preference of ovipositing predatory mites for direct prey-related cues
Daniela Hoffmann, Horst Vierheilig and Peter Schausberger
The effect of bacterially-dense environments on the development and immune defences of the blowfly Lucilia sericata
Katherine M. Barnes and Dorothy E. Gennard