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EDITORIAL

JEB: 100 years of discovery

PERSPECTIVE

CENTENARY ARTICLE
JEB: 100 years of discovery

Summary: Reflections on the first issue of JEB in 1923.

REVIEW

Summary: This Review explores the behavioral and neural mechanisms that insects use to locate food and mates using their sense of smell.

SHORT COMMUNICATION

Summary: Arctic seals control heat loss in water and when hauled out to limit energetic costs, even during the annual molting period when tissue regeneration and hair growth occur.

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Highlighted Article: Functional changes in the tadpole gut microbiome in response to heat may allow for a dampened host response and ultimately buffer hosts from the deleterious effects of heat stress.

Summary: The viscoelastic properties of salmon ovarian fluid support a novel mechanism of post-mating sexual selection in external fertilisers with important implications for understanding the evolution of sexual traits.

Highlighted Article: Analysis of behavior, physiology and gene expression related to hypoxia and hypercapnia demonstrate that the overall impacts of CO2 in bumble bees are unique and are not induced by anoxia. The CO2 impacts in bees are dependent on dose, caste and mating status.

Summary: Catecholamines modulate the hypoxic ventilatory response through central β-adrenergic receptors.

Summary: The foot chamber of the clam Calyptogena okutanii is divided into two compartments by a dense muscle zone (fastener zone) that controls extension/retraction of the foot, similar to Keber's valve.

Summary: The performance of bumble bees while learning a bimodal cue depends on the internal structure of the signal and the temporal configuration of the presentation of the components.

ECR SPOTLIGHTS

JEB: 100 years of discovery
JEB: 100 years of discovery
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