Expected final online publication date for the Annual Review of Entomology Volume 59 is January 07, 2014. Please see http://www.annualreviews.org/catalog/pubdates.aspx for revised estimates. This review focuses on energy storage and release and summarizes current understanding of the mechanisms underlying these processes in insects. Twenty-five years after the first review on the influence of cladistics on systematic research in Heteroptera, we summarize progress, problems, and future directions in the field. Odorant receptors (ORs) from moths, fruit flies, mosquitoes, and the honey bees have been deorphanized, odorant-degrading enzymes (ODEs) have been isolated, and the functions of odorant-binding proteins (OBPs) have been unveiled. In this highly personal account of my career in science, I try to show how many others influenced its course. We focus on how advances in mapping, Geographic Information System, and Decision Support System technologies, and progress in spatial and space-time modeling, can be harnessed to prevent and control these diseases. Comparative anatomical studies of the osmeterium, adenosma, and Verson's glands may yield useful information for phylogenetic reconstructions. Terrestrial landscapes are subject to various disturbance events that create a matrix of patches with different histories of disturbance and recovery. Heteroptera, or true bugs, are part of the most successful radiation of nonholometabolous insects. Because of their antiquity, they for the most part display generalized behavior and physiology and accordingly have frequently been used as model insects to examine physiological and biochemical mechanisms involved with water balance, nutrition, reproduction, genetics, and insecticide resistance. It identifies significant research gaps that exist in understanding how insects can be utilized as ecosystem health indicators and nurtured as integral tools for important socioeconomic and industrial gains. These advances, which were accelerated by the genome sequencing project, have promoted B. mori as a model organism not only for lepidopterans but also for general biology. Please see http://www.annualreviews.org/catalog/pubdates.aspx for revised estimates. African forests, which host some of the world's richest biodiversity, are rapidly diminishing. Annual Review of Entomology | Citations: 10,553 | Read 230 articles with impact on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. Investigations into the neuroendocrine networks that regulate ecdysial and postecdysial behaviors provide insights into how stereotyped, yet environmentally responsive, sequences are generated and how they develop and evolve. Beyond "cataglyphology," he was engaged in substantial teaching both at his home university in Z├╝rich and overseas, writing a textbook, running a department, and working as a Permanent Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Berlin. Intolerant populations may become locally extinct, whereas other species respond positively to the creation of new habitat or resource conditions. Hallmarks of its anatomical organization are discrete layers, an organization into arrays of 16 slices along the right-left axis, and precise interhemispheric connections via chiasmata. Insects comprise over 50% of all life on Earth, Ecological Role of Volatiles Produced by Plants in Response to Damage by Herbivorous Insects, Death Valley, Drosophila, and the Devonian Toolkit, Evolution of Sexual Dimorphism in the Lepidoptera, Insect Responses to Major Landscape-Level Disturbance, Morphology and Diversity of Exocrine Glands in Lepidopteran Larvae, Multiorganismal Insects: Diversity and Function of Resident Microorganisms, Systematics and Evolution of Heteroptera: 25 Years of Progress, Insect Fat Body: Energy, Metabolism, and Regulation, instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper, Internet Resource.