2005

Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10

ISBN: 978-0-387-25159-2 (Print) 978-0-387-25160-8 (Online)

Table of contents (48 chapters)

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  1. Perspectives in Chemical Ecology

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      Thirty years on the odor trail: From the first to the tenth international symposium on chemical signals in vertebrates

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      Pages 7-19

      Pheromones: Convergence and contrasts in insects and vertebrates

  2. Intraspecific Behavior

    1. Communication in Amphibians and Reptiles

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        Pages 21-23

        The discovery and characterisation of splendipherin, the first anuran sex pheromone

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        Pages 24-31

        Chemically mediated mate recognition in the tailed frog (ascaphus truei)

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        Pages 32-41

        Responses to sex- and species-specific chemical signals in allopatric and sympatric salamander species

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        Pages 42-48

        The pheromonal repelling response in red-spotted newts (Notophthalmus viridescens)

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        Pages 49-55

        The effects of cloacal secretions on brown tree snake behavior

      Communications in Mammals

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        Pages 56-63

        Species and sub-species recognition in the North American beaver

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        Pages 64-69

        Self-grooming in meadow voles

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        Pages 70-76

        Protein content of male diet does not influence proceptive or receptive behavior in female meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus

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        Pages 77-88

        The signalling of competitive ability by male house mice

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        Pages 89-92

        A possible function for female enurination in the mara, Dolichotis patagonum

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        Pages 93-100

        The evolution of perfume-blending and wing sacs in emballonurid bats

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        Pages 101-109

        Behavioral responsiveness of captive giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) to substrate odors from conspecifics of the opposite sex

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        Pages 110-117

        Chemical signals in giant panda urine (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)

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        Pages 118-127

        Chemical communication of musth in captive male asian elephants, Elephas maximus

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        Pages 128-139

        Chemical analysis of preovulatory female african elephant urine: A search for putative pheromones

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        Pages 140-151

        Assessing chemical communication in elephants

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        Pages 152-158

        The gland and the sac — the preorbital apparatus of muntjacs

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        Pages 159-167

        The chemistry of scent marking in two lemurs: Lemur catta and Propithecus verreauxi coquereli

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