Further Reading

Abrams PA (1986) Adaptive responses of predators to prey and prey to predators: The failure of the arms-race analogy. Evolution 40: 1229-1247.

Agosta WC (1992) Chemical Communication - The Language of Pheromones. New York: Scientific American Library.

Begg CM, Begg KS, du Toit JT, and Mills MGL (2003) Scent marking behavior of the honey badger, Mellivora capensis (Mustalidae) in the southern Kalahari. Animal Behaviour 66: 917-929.

Bell WJ and Carde RT (1984) Chemical Ecology of Insects, 1st edn. London: Chapman and Hall.

Chivers DP and Smith RJF (1998) Chemical alarm signalling in aquatic predator-prey systems: A review and prospectus. Ecoscience 5: 338-352.

Dettner K and Liepert C (1994) Chemical mimicry and camouflage. Annual Review of Entomology 39: 129-154.

Dudareva N and Pichersky E (eds.) (2006) Biology of Floral Scent. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Eisner T and Meinwald J (1995) Chemical Ecology - The Chemistry of Biotic Interactions. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Greenfield MD (ed.) (2002) Chemical signaling and the olfactory channel. Signalers and Receivers - Mechanisms and Evolution of Arthropod Communication, pp. 22-112. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kats LB and Dill LM (1998) The scent of death: Chemosensory assessment of predation risk by prey animals. Ecoscience 5: 361-394.

Kerkut GA and Gilbert LI (1985) Comprehensive Insect Physiology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology, 1st edn. Oxford: Pergamon.

Maier I and Muller DG (1986) Sexual pheromones in algae. Biological Bulletin 170: 145-175.

Muller-Schwarze D (2006) Chemical Ecology of Vertebrates. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Reddy GVP and Guerrero A (2004) Interactions of insect pheromones and plant semiochemicals. Trends in Plant Science 9: 253-261.

Ruther J, Meiners T, and Steidle JLM (2002) Rich in phenomena -Lacking in terms. A classification of kairomones. Chemoecology 12: 161-167.

Schulz S (2001) Selectivity in chemical communication of arthropods. In: Barth FG and Schmid A (eds.) Ecology of Sensing, pp. 237-252. Heidelberg: Springer. Schulz S (2004) The Chemistry of Pheromones and Other

Semiochemicals, Vols. I and II. Heidelberg: Springer. van den Ende H (1977) Sexual Communication in Plants - the Role of Specific Substances in Sexual Reproduction. London: Academic Press.

Vander Meer R, Breed M, Espelie K, and Winston M (1998) Pheromone Communication in Social Insects: Ants, Wasps, Bees, and Termites. Boulder, CO: Westview.

Whittaker RH and Feeny PP (1971) Allelochemics: Chemical interactions between species. Science 171: 757-770.

Wilson EO (1962) Chemical communication among workers of the fire ant Solenopsis. Animal Behaviour 10:123-147.

Wilson EO and Bossert WH (1963) Chemical communication among animals. Recent Progress in Hormone Research 19: 673-716.

Wyatt TD (2003) Pheromones and Animal Behaviour - Communication by Smell and Taste. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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