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Hertz who actually published an article on early model car racing systems back in , in a model train publication. This is a real kid's book, and of course in the end the little brother wins the Big Race on the commercial track! No author is credited, but a lot of the cars used as examples were built by Bob Braverman Another star of the group, first published in June , and having gone through at least SEVEN printings by October , when this copy was printed. Slot Car Racing", seems to have awoken a bit of interest, thought I'd share a quick review of the main books in the history of slot car racing.
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Paris, France Posted 31 December - Slot Car Racing", seems to have awoken a bit of interest, thought I'd share a quick review of the main books in the history of slot car racing.
There are actually two basic kinds of books: There are also the contemporary books, meaning those treating slot racing at the time of publication, and those treating slot racing as a historical subject, starting with Roger Gillham's first book on Scalextric, published in For now, I'll just be concentrating on the "classics", the books from the '50s to '70s covering slots as a contemporary activity, starting with the cradle of its all, England The first to cover electric model car racing, first edition , second edition Half of the book on electric rail racing, half on gas rail racing, still popular at the time Then a long time lag, and three books all came out in perhaps the high point of the slot fad In , there was a sort of a book, the soft-cover Model Cars Encyclopedia, published by MAP, who also published Model Cars magazine and many other hobby publications.
As it says, an encyclopedia of model car racing terms, from Ackermann steering to Zinc spraying, and a very mixed bag of contemporary items and totally out of date stuff like Lindsay motors. The last of the classic 60s publications was this book by Phil Drackett, who seems to have been a rather prolific writer of the time, for motor sports and related fields - not too well known in slot racing I believe. Despite the date, it could have been written in And here's the American contribution, starting with a little pocketbook that doesn't really belong here, but since it's a real book, the first in the US to mention the new hobby and has a chapter on Model Motoring, I've included it - turns out Aurora was very active on the promotional side, a good hint for some of the current manufacturers Then the first real book in the country covering slot racing, although still giving a pretty big part to rail racing.
Published , with a UK edition in Hertz who actually published an article on early model car racing systems back in , in a model train publication. His historical information is excellent, as it should be, but you can tell that Mr. Hertz wasn't really a "slotter" - he speaks in odd tongues model railroad gauges and still thinks that model roadways are important vs model railways But there was a second edition, in , somewhat updated to include more on the commercial raceway phenomena Hertz, the floor please!
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Abstract —This paper comprises Part II of a review of flower visitation and pollination by Diptera myiophily or myophily. While Part I examined taxonomic diversity of anthophilous flies, here we consider the rewards and attractants used by flowers to procure visits by flies, and their importance in the lives of flies. Food rewards such as pollen and nectar are the primary reasons for flower visits, but there is also a diversity of non-nutritive rewards such as brood sites, shelter, and places of congregation.
Floral attractants are the visual and chemical cues used by Diptera to locate flowers and the rewards that they offer, and we show how they act to increase the probability of floral visitation. Lastly, we discuss the various ways in which flowers manipulate the behaviour of flies, deceiving them to visit flowers that do not provide the advertised reward, and how some flies illegitimately remove floral rewards without causing pollination.
Our review demonstrates that myiophily is a syndrome corresponding to elements of anatomical, behavioural and physiological adaptations of flower-visiting Diptera.
The bewildering diversity of anthophilous Diptera and of the floral attractants and rewards to which they respond allows for only broad generalizations on myiophily and points to the need for more investigation.
Ecological relationships between flies and flowers are critical to the survival of each group in many habitats. We require greater understanding of the significance of flies in pollination, especially in the face of recent pollinator declines. Diptera, fly pollination, flower visit, mutualism, ecological interaction, alternative pollinators I Pollination by insects, including flies, is commonly a mutualistic interaction, in which both the plant and the insect benefit. The most often sought visitor rewards are nectar, which fuels flight and may contain a variety of compounds in addition to sugars, and to a lesser extent pollen, an important protein resource, but there are also various non-nutritive rewards.