Introductory papers

Graduate studies at our department begin with the preparation of an "Introductory paper". This is a litterature review of a the subject for planned dissertation, or a part hereof. These papers are listed as a series under the code: ISSN 1100-1844.

Lassance, Jean-Marc. 2010. Journey in the Ostrinia world: from pest to model in chemical ecology.

Hagström, Åsa. 2009. Desaturases in moth pheromone biosynthesis.

Liénard, Marjorie. 2008. Mechanisms of gene formation and evolution of gene families.

Ruebenbauer, Agnieszka. 2006. Olfactory coding - from molecule to the brain.

Strandh, Maria. 2005. Evolution of sex pheromones in moths.

Gaubard, Yohann. 2005. Juvenile hormone binding proteins. Importance of the JH action.

Jansen, Séverine. 2005. Functional structure of insects Odorant Binding Proteins (OBPs) and Chemosensory Proteins (CSPs).

Kristoffersen, Lina. 2003. The chemical ecology of Homoptera - from host plants to conspecific interactions.

Silvegren, Germund. 2003. Circadian clock mechanisms regulating sex pheromone communication in moths.

Olsson, Christian. 2001. The function of food volatiles: insect behaviour and pest control.

Carlsson, Mikael. 2000. Mixture interactions - non-linear processing of complex odours.

Plepys, Dainius. 2000. Odour-mediated interactions between insects and plants.

Ryne, Camilla. 1999. The function of pheromones and their use in IPM of stored product moths and beetles.

Svensson, Glenn. 1999. Mating disruption in moths: genetic, behavioural and electrophysiological aspects.

Abraham, David. 1999. Phylogenetic methods for inferring the evolutionary history and processes of change in ecological, morphological and molecular characters.

Larsson, Mattias. Neural integration of olfactory information in insects.

Östrand, Fredrik. Monitoring insects with traps: functions and problems.

Ignell, Rickard. 1997. Locust phase polymorphism: Pheromonal and hormonal influence.

Fan, Ruey-Jane. 1997. Experimental studies of learning capacity in insects.

Ochieng', Samuel A. 1995. Primary olfactory centres in invertebrates and vertebrates.

Wu, Wen-Qi. 1993. Moth sex pheromone communication - mechanisms of specificity in production and response.

Valeur, Peter. 1993. Mate-finding in insects; Signal/Response roles and associated costs.

Zhu, Jun-Wei. 1992. The evolutionary interpretation of variation in moth sex pheromones - phylogenetic aspects.

Ljungberg, Håkan. 1991. Pheromone perception in male moths - functional morphology of the olfactory system.

Svensson, Mats. 1991. Mate choice in moths.

Anderson, Peter. 1986. Oviposition-deterring pheromones in insects.

Hansson, Bill. 1983. Feromoner som isolationsmekanismer mellan närstående insektarter - ett elektrofysiologiskt forskningsområde.

Olle Anderbrant. 1981. Population dynamics and dispersal of bark beetles.

Löfstedt, Christer. 1979. Sexualferomoner hos fjärilshonor - kemi, biologi och användning för populationskontroll.

Schlyter, Fredrik. 1978. Doftkommunikation hos barkborrar (Coleoptera, Scolytidae).

Löfqvist, Jan. 1975. Bekämpning av skadeinsekter med doftlockning.


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