Preface; Part I. Physiological and Molecular Responses: 1. A primer on insect cold tolerance Richard E. Lee, Jr,; 2. Rapid cold-hardening: ecological significance and underpinning mechanisms Richard E. Lee, Jr and David L. Denlinger; 3. Antifreeze and ice nucleator proteins John G. Duman, Kent R. Walters, Todd Sformo, Martin A. Carasco, Philip K. Nickell, Xia Lin and Brian M. Barnes; 4. Genomics, proteomics and metabolomics: finding the other players in insect cold tolerance M. Robert Michaud and David L. Denlinger; 5. Cell structural modifications in insects at low temperatures Vladimír Koštál; 6. Oxygen: stress and adaptation in cold hardy insects Kenneth B. Storey and Janet M. Storey; 7. Interactions between cold, desiccation and environmental toxins Martin Holmstrup, Mark Bayley, Sindre A. Pedersen and Karl Erik Zachariassen; Part II. Ecological and Evolutionary Responses: 8. The macrophysiology of insect cold hardiness Steven L. Chown and Brent J. Sinclair; 9. Evolutionary physiology of insect thermal adaptation to cold environments Raymond B. Huey; 10. Insects at not so low temperature: climate change in the temperate zone and its biotic consequences William E. Bradshaw and Christina M. Holzapfel; 11. Genetic variability and evolution of cold tolerance Johannes Overgaard, Jesper G. Sørensen and Volker Loeschcke; 12. Life history adaptations to polar and alpine environments Peter Convey; Part III. Practical Applications: 13. A template for insect cryopreservation Roger A. Leopold and Joseph P. Rinehart; 14. Implications of cold tolerance for pest management J. S. Bale; Index.
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