The latest volume in this essential series features two papers on insect neurobiology, focusing on the receptor system for the GABA neurotransmitter and on the molecular and genetic base of fruitfly neurotransmission. A third paper reviews the genetic systems underlying biological rhythms in fruitflies. Finally the volume closes with a review of the insect hemolymph proteins which updates work in this field in the ten years since it was last reviewed. No insect physiologist or neurobiologist should be without this exciting and timely volume.
Insect and other physiologists and neuroscientists; zoologists.
Table of Contents
D.B. Satelle, GABA Receptors in Insects. L.L. Restifo and K. White, Molecular and Genetic Approaches to Neurotransmitter and Neuromodulator Systems in Drosophila. J.C. Hall, and C.P. Kyriacou, Genetics of Biological Rhythms in Drosophila. M.R. Kanost, J.K. Kawooya, J.H. Law, R.O. Ryan, M.C. Van Heusden and R. Ziegler, Insect Hemolymph Proteins. Subject Index.