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Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available. Trends in Acarology Proceedings of the 12th International Congress. Editors view affiliations Maurice W. Conference proceedings.

Front Matter Pages i-xiii. Front Matter Pages From sequence to phoresy — molecular biology in acarology. Pages Systematic relationships of Lohmanniidae Acari: Oribatida.

Anomalies of notogastral structures in poronotic oribatid mites Oribatida: Poronota interpreted as cryptic ancestral characters modulated by regulatory genes. Phylogeny and host-parasite associations of feather mites of the Pteroherpus generic group Astigmata: Pteronyssidae.

Ontogeny of the famulus in selected members of Damaeidae Acari: Oribatida and its suitability as a phylogenetic marker. Food competition and feeding behavior and its implications for the phylogeny of the Histiostomatidae Astigmata.

Assessment of the usefulness of eight DNA fragments for phylogenetic studies within the family Phytoseiidae. The genus Dermanyssus Mesostigmata: Dermanyssidae : history and species characterization. First ultrastructural observations on a putative sperm access system in veigaiid females Veigaiidae, Gamasida.

Comparative ultrastructure of the integument in adult mites of the Parasitengona and its phylogenetic implication. The water mite family Pontarachnidae, with new data on its peculiar morphological structures Acari: Hydachnidia. Two novel adaptations for dispersal in the mite family Histiostomatidae Astigmata.

Heterozerconidae: A comparison between a temperate and a tropical species. Valerie Behan-Pelletier, Heinrich Schatz. Mites occurring in the canopy of Sitka spruce growing in Ireland. Changes of the oribatid community after a windthrow event. Effects of a windthrow event in the forest of the peninsula Darss on the gamasid fauna Arachnida and Collembola.

Succession of oribatid fauna Acari, Oribatida in fallen spruce trees: Deadwood promotes species and functional diversity. Effects of reforestation with conifers on the communities of mesostigmatic mites in northern Spain Acari: Mesostigmata. Actinedid mite community diversity in a succession gradient in continental sand-dune habitats of central Europe. Terrestrial species of the genus Nanorchestes Endeostigmata: Nanorchestidae in Europe.

Ptyctima Acari, Oribatida in various habitats in Finland. Distribution of Cosmochthonius species Oribatida: Cosmochthoniidae in the eastern part of the Mediterranean, Ukraine and Tajikistan. An inventory of oribatid mites, the main decomposers in bogs of Colchic Lowland Caucasus, Georgia. The soil mites of buttongrass moorland Tasmania and their response to fire as a management tool.

The water mite genus Torrenticola Hydrachnidia: Torrenticolidae in Costa Rica — ecology, diversity, and bioindicator potential. Stage distributions of cunaxids in soil and litter at Chamela, Jalisco, Mexico.

Blanca E. Mites Mesostigmata inhabiting bird nests in Slovakia Western Carpathians. Ereynetid mites Tydeoidea: Ereynetidae associated with garlic crops in Guanajuato, Mexico. Nutritional biology of oribatid mites from different microhabitats in the forest. Enzyme activities and internal bacteria of saprophagous soil mites Acari: Oribatida, Acaridida. Analysis of tissues for EcR and RXR nuclear receptor gene expression during vitellogenesis in the soft tick Ornithodoros moubata.

A cysteine protease inhibitor cystatin from the tick Haemaphysalis longicornis is involved in tick innate immunity. Oil gland secretions in Oribatida Acari. How astigmatic mites control the emission of two or even three types of pheromones from the same gland. The role of infochemicals in the interaction between cassava green mite and its fungal pathogen Neozygites tanajoae.

Hountondji, M. Sabelis, R. Herbivore-induced plant volatiles prime two indirect defences in lima bean. Differences in foraging strategies between populations of the predatory mite Neoseiulus womersleyi : correlation between olfactory response and dispersal tendency.

About these proceedings Introduction Acari are everywhere and acarologists go after them — some aiming to explore the bewildering diversity of the mites and ticks, others trying to understand the how and why of their being.

For the past 50 years, the International Congress of Acarology has been the foremost forum for worldwide communication on the knowledge of mites and ticks, helping researchers and students to look beyond the borders of their disciplines.

Many mites and ticks have economic consequences as they are pests of agricultural, veterinary and medical importance, and several species have become model organisms for studies in modern biology.

The 96 contributions to Trends in Acarology — reflecting a vast variety of disciplines, such as molecular biology, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology, pathology, ecology, evolutionary biology, systematic biology, soil biology, plant protection, pest control and epidemiology — have all been reviewed and carefully edited.

The resulting voIume contains a wealth of new information, that may stimulate research for many years to come. Acarology Mites Ticks biodiversity genes insect morphology. Editors and affiliations. Maurice W. Buy options.


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