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Chemoecology

Birkhäuser Basel Springer

 Chemoecology

Publisher Birkhäuser Basel Springer

Informations sur le journal

It is the aim of Chemoecology to promote and stimulate the field of chemical ecology by publishing research papers that integrate ecology and chemistry in an attempt to increase our understanding of the biological significance of natural products. Its scope is the evolutionary biology of chemically-mediated biotic interactions, including mechanistic approaches as well as environmental aspects. Manuscripts on trophic relationships, intra- and interspecific communication, competition, and other kinds of chemical communication in all types of organismic interactions will be considered suitable for publication. Mechanistic approaches should deal with the identification, biosynthesis and metabolism of substances which carry information and with the elucidation of receptor- and transduction systems, biochemical, molecular and physiological techniques. Results of investigations on the response and adaptation of organisms to anthropogenic compounds or to their degradation products will be considered for publication as long as ecological phenomena are involved. Except in the case of manuscripts dealing with subjects of wide interest, strictly methodological or purely chemical and descriptive contributions without conceptual interpretations will not be considered.

Accès en ligne Springerlink

Disponible à partir de Volume 1 Number 1 / March, 1990

Recherche Springerlink (2012)
arid : 11 Article (s) Found
desert : 29 Article (s) Found
drought : 12 Article (s) Found

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Abstract  : gratuit
Full text PDF HTML (2007)  : 32 $
Full text PDF HTML (2012)  : Individual Article (Electronic Only) EUR 34.95

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Eligibility The OARE Publisher Partners offer :
free access to relevant institutions in the Band 1 countries
and low cost access to the Band 2 countries.

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