© Insect Science, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Science
Edited By: Le Kang
Impact Factor: 1.103
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 36/86 (Entomology)
Online ISSN: 1744-7917
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Understanding the effects of climate change is key to conserving human valued resources. Insects are the largest class of animals on earth and will respond to effects of global change directly and via effects on their hosts. Acting together, these direct and indirect effects will affect the development, survival, reproduction and movement of insects. Moreover, climate change may affect the temporal and spatial dynamics of outbreak species and invasive species, changing the frequency of outbreaks and their spatial patterns, size and geographical range... Read more
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The sweetpotato whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) remains a serious threat to crops worldwide. The damaging B-biotype is of specific economic concern because it is an effective vector of over 111 viruses from several families, particularly geminiviruses. Bemisia tabaci is regularly intercepted on plants coming into the UK ... read more
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Guest edited by Dr. Jian-Zhong Sun, Mississippi State University and Dr. Michael E. Scharf, University of Florida
This special issue aims to promote research and collaborations on how insects digest lignocellulosic material, identify the types of mechanisms involved in these processes, describe what is known about the role of symbiotic microbes in this process, and connect this knowledge to potential applications to biofuels production, as well as other relevant scientific areas.
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The 2011 Impact Factor is 1.103.
Prof Le Kang, Editor-in-Chief, would like to thank all the editorial board members, authors and reviewers for their great contribution to the journal!
Insect Science is proud to announce that it has received the Excellent International Science and Technology Journal Award from the China Association for Science and Technology. This award could not have been possible without the hard work and dedication from our Editorial Board members, authors, and reviewers.
We at Insect Science would like to thank all those who have contributed their time and effort to make this grant a reality.