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LeMaster, Michael P.

Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10

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Table of contents

1. Thirty years on the odor trail: From the first to the tenth international symposium on chemical signals in vertebrates
Dietland Müller-Schwarze

2. Pheromones: Convergence and contrasts in insects and vertebrates
Tristram D. Wyatt

Part I. Intraspecific Behavior

3. The discovery and characterisation of splendipherin, the first anuran sex pheromone
Margit A. Apponyi, John H. Bowie

4. Chemically mediated mate recognition in the tailed frog (ascaphus truei)
Matthew J. Asay, Polly G. Harowicz, Lixing Su

5. Responses to sex- and species-specific chemical signals in allopatric and sympatric salamander species
Catherine A. Palmer, Lynne D. Houck

6. The pheromonal repelling response in red-spotted newts (Notophthalmus viridescens)
Daesik Parkl, Heather L. Eisthen, Catherine R. Propper

7. The effects of cloacal secretions on brown tree snake behavior
Michael J. Greene, Robert T. Mason

8. Species and sub-species recognition in the North American beaver
Anne Marie Peterson, Lixing Sun, Frank Rosell

9. Self-grooming in meadow voles
Michael H. Ferkin

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

Andrew A. Pierce, Michael H. Ferkin, Nerav P. Patel

11. The signalling of competitive ability by male house mice
Nicholas Malone, Stuart D. Armstrong, Richard E. Humphries, Robert J. Beynon, Jane L. Hurst

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

Deborah S. Ottway, Sheila J. Pankhurst, John S. Waterhouse

13. The evolution of perfume-blending and wing sacs in emballonurid bats
Christian C. Yoigt

14. Behavioral responsiveness of captive giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) to substrate odors from conspecifics of the opposite sex
Dingzhen Liu, Guiquan Zhang, Rongping Wei, Hemin Zhang, Jiming Fang, Ruyong Sun

15. Chemical signals in giant panda urine (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)
M. Dehnhard, T. Hildebrandt, T. Knauf, A. Ochs, J. Ringleb, F. Göritz

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

Nancy L. Scott, L. E. L. Rasmussen

17. Chemical analysis of preovulatory female african elephant urine: A search for putative pheromones
Thomas E. Goodwin, L. E. L. Rasmussen, Bruce A. Schulte, Patrick A. Brown, Ben L. Davis, Whitney M. Dill, Nichole C. Dowdy, Adam R. Hicks, Richard G. Morshedi, Daniel Mwanza, Helen Loizi

18. Assessing chemical communication in elephants
Bruce A. Schulte, Kathryn Bagley, Maureen Correll, Amy Gray, Sarah M. Heineman, Helen Loizi, Michelle Malament, Nancy L. Scott, Barbara E. Slade, Lauren Stanley, Thomas E. Goodwin, L. E. L. Rasmussen

19. The gland and the sac — the preorbital apparatus of muntjacs
Susan J. Rehorek, Willem J. Hillenius, John Kennaugh, Norma Chapman

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

R. Andrew Hayes, Toni-Lyn Morelli, Patricia C. Wright

21. Soiled bedding from group-housed females exerts strong influence on male reproductive condition
Sachiko Koyama, Shinji Kamimura

22. The role of the major histocompatibility complex in scent communication
Michael D. Thom, Robert J. Beynon, Jane L. Hurst

23. Characterisation of proteins in scent marks: Proteomics meets semiochemistry
Duncan H. L. Robertson, Sarah Cheetham, Stuart Armstrong, Jane L. Hurst, Robert J. Beynon

24. The “scents” of ownership
Jane L. Hurst, Michael D. Thom, Charlotte M. Nevison, Richard E. Humphries, Robert J. Beynon

25. The role of scent in inter-male aggression in house mice & laboratory mice
Julia C. Lacey, Jane L. Hurst

26. Chemical signals and vomeronasal system function in axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum)
Heather L. Eisthen, Daesik Park

27. From the eye to the nose: Ancient orbital to vomeronasal communication in tetrapods?
Willem J. Hillenius, Susan J. Rehorek

28. Prey chemical signal transduction in the vomeronasal system of garter snakes
Mimi Halpern, Angel R. Cinelli, Dalton Wang

29. Mode of delivery of prey-derived chemoattractants to the olfactory and vomeronasal epithelia results in differential firing of mitral cells in the main and accessory olfactory bulbs of garter snakes
Cheng-Shu Li, John Kubie, Mimi Halpern

30. Communication by mosaic signals: Individual recognition and underlying neural mechanisms
Robert E. Johnston

31. Sexual dimorphism in the accessory olfactory bulb and vomeronasal organ of the gray short-tailed opossum, Monodelphis domestica

Jennifer H. Mansfield, Wei Quan, Changping Jia, Mimi Halpern

32. The neurobiology of odor-based sexual preference the case of the golden hamster
Aras Petrulis

33. Retention of olfactory memories by newborn infants
Richard H. Porter, John J. Rieser

34. Human sweaty smell does not affect women’s menstrual cycle
Lixing Sun, Wendy A. Williams, Corinna Avalos

Part II. Interspecific Responses

35. Local predation risk assessment based on low concentration chemical alarm cues in prey fishes: Evidence for threat-sensitivity
Grant E. Brown

36. Learned recognition of heterospecific alarm cues by prey fishes: A case study of minnows and stickleback
M. S. Pollock, D. P. Chivers, R. C. Kusch, R. J. Tremaine, R. G. Friesen, X. Zhao, G. E. Brown

37. The response of prey fishes to chemical alarm cues: What recent field experiments reveal about the old testing paradigm
Robyn J. Tremaine, Michael S. Pollock, Robert G. Friesen, Robin C. Kusch, Douglas P. Chivers

38. Response of juvenile goldfish (Carassius auratus) to chemical alarm cues: Relationship between response intensity, response duration, and the level of predation risk
Xiaoxia Zhao, Douglas P. Chivers

39. The effects of predation on phenotypic and life history variation in an aquatic vertebrate
Robin C. Kusch, Reehan S. Mirza, Michael S. Pollock, Robyn J. Tremaine, Douglas P. Chivers

40. Nocturnal shift in the antipredator response to predator-diet cues in laboratory and field trials
Aaron M. Sullivan, Dale M. Madison, John C. Maerz

41. Long-term persistence of a salamander anti-predator cue
Michael P. Machura, Dale M. Madison

42. Decline in avoidance of predator chemical cues: Habituation or biorhythm shift?
Dale M. Madison, John C. Maerz, Aaron M. Sullivan

43. Chemically mediated life-history shifts in embryonic amphibians
Reehan S. Mirza, Joseph M. Kiesecker

44. Latent alarm signals: Are they present in vertebrates?
Ole B. Stabell

45. Blood is not a cue for poststrike trailing in rattlesnakes
Tamara L. Smith, Kenneth V. Kardong

46. Rattlesnakes can use airborne cues during post-strike prey relocation
M. Rockwell Parker, Kenneth V. Kardong

47. The sense of smell in procellariiforms: An overview and new directions
Gregory B. Cunningham, Gabrielle A. Nevitt

48. Cottontails and gopherweed: Anti-feeding compounds from a spurge
Dietland Müller-Schwarze, José Giner

Keywords: Life Sciences, Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, Vertebrates, Zoology

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
444 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780387251608

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