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BUGS IN THE SYSTEM
Insects and Their Impact on Human Affairs - Product Details

BUGS IN THE SYSTEM
Insects and Their Impact on Human Affairs
by May R. Berenbaum

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Catalog #9749, Bugs-in-the-System

1996, 377 pages, b/w illustrations.  A highly enjoyable and scientifically accurate introduction to insect physiology, classification, behavior, and many other topics which looks at the wide range of interaction between humans and insects. It explores the positive side of the insect world, demonstrating the integral role they play in the efficient functioning of the planet, and highlighting some of their remarkable physiological and behavioral adaptations.  Paperback; 5-3/4 x 8-7/8".

May Berenbaum is a professor and head of the Department of Entomology, University of Illinois.

“There is no better guide to the world of insects than Berenbaum, whose writing is as readable as a good novel and who has a quirky sense of humor all her own" — Science

9749 Berenbaum, Bugs in the System, paperback

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