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Online ISSN: 1365-3032
Royal Entomological Society Journal Award Scheme
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
The 2009 prize for the best paper published in Physiological Entomology in 2008 has been awarded to:
Vibration-mediated territoriality in the warty birch caterpillar Drepana bilineata.
Jaclyn L. Bowen, Shannon J. Mahony, Andrew C. Mason, Jayne E. Yack (2008)
Physiological Entomology (33:3), pp. 238-250
The Society operates a scheme designed to recognise the ‘best papers’ published over a two year period in each of its 6 journals.
Each year articles from 3 journals will be selected for this award by the Journal Editor(s) and the Journal Editorial board.
The prize consists of:
- A cash sum of £500
- A certificate signed by the President and Editor(s)
- An award ceremony at the Annual General Meeting of the Society and dinner with the President.
The 2007 prize for the best paper published in Physiological Entomology in 2006 was awarded to:
The effect of constant darkness on the content of adipokinetic hormone, adipokinetic response and walking activity in macropterous females of Pyrrhocoris apterus (L.)
Kodrik D, Socha R, Syrova Z and Zemek R (2005)
Physiological Entomology (30:3), pp. 248-255
Special Issue: Insect and Disease - Now Available Free Online
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