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Edited By: Dr MF Braby
Impact Factor: 0.798
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 51/90 (Entomology)
Online ISSN: 2052-1758
Overviews: contemporary issues in entomology
Overviews are invited articles that provide a broadly appealing and informative contribution highlighting, interpreting and critiquing a significant contemporary issue in entomology.
The AJE is proud to have published the following Overview papers from leading entomologists:
NEW! Insect molecular biology: an Australian perspective
Richard Glatz and Joanne Kent
Review of the biology and control of Creontiades dilutus (Stål) (Hemiptera: Miridae)
Stuart A McColl, Moazzem Khan and Paul A Umina
A genetic perspective on insect climate specialists
Ary A Hoffmann
Research to realisation: the challenging path for novel pest management products in Australia
Peter C Gregg, Kerryn A Greive, Alice P Del Socorro, Anthony J Hawes
Saga of the short-range endemic
The future of IPM: whither or wither?
Myron P Zalucki, David Adamson, Michael J Furlong
DNA barcoding demystified
Advanced eusociality, kin selection and male haploidy
Ross H Crozier
Digitisation of Australian Journal of Entomology
The entire run of Australian Journal of Entomology back to volume one, issue one (1962) has been digitised. This includes content published under the title Journal of the Australian Entomological Society (1967-1995) and Journal of the Entomological Society of Queensland (1962-1966). The back files, which have been defined as all of those issues published before 1997, are available online free to all, courtesy of the Australian Entomological Society and with permission of the Entomological Society of Queensland. Copyright of all material will remain with the rights holder. Contributors: please contact the Editor if you wish to remove an article published in the journal prior to 1997 from the online publication.
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