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(S)-(+)-Linalool, a Mate Attractant Pheromone Component in the Bee Colletes cunicularius
Enantiomerically pure (S)-(+)-linalool was the main constituent in the extracts of the cephalic secretions of virgin females, mated females, freshly emerged males, and patrolling males of theExpand
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Fast screening method for assessment of antimicrobial activity of essential oils in vapor phase
Abstract Among promising alternative methods to control food spoilage much attention is being paid to the use of essential oils (EOs), and lately also to their activity in vapor phase. Until now, noExpand
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Use of conifer volatiles to reduce injury caused by carrot psyllid,Trioza apicalis, Förster (Homoptera, Psylloidea)
The feeding and oviposition of the carrot psyllid,Trioza apicalis, were reduced by the application of fresh spruce and pine sawdust along the seedling rows in carrot fields. Turpentine and separateExpand
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Host Plant Chemistry and Preferences in Egg-laying Trioza apicalis (Homoptera, Psylloidea)
Sixtee n belonging to the family Apiaceae were examined for their acceptance as host plants by Trioza apicalis in non-choice tests. The number of eggs laid per day varied from 18 on Daucus carotaExpand
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Integrative taxonomy of an arctic bumblebee species complex highlights a new cryptic species (Apidae: Bombus)
6 While bumblebees have been the focus of much research, the taxonomy of many species groups 7 is still unclear, especially within circum-polar species. Delimiting species based on multisource 8Expand
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Selection of reference genes for real-time polymerase chain reaction analysis in tissues from Bombus terrestris and Bombus lucorum of different ages.
Quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is an accurate and sensitive technique for gene expression analysis. However, it requires data normalization using reference genes. Here weExpand
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VOLATILE COMPOUNDS FROM FLOWERS OF SIX SPECIES IN THE FAMILY APIACEAE: BOUQUETS FOR DIFFERENT POLLINATORS?
Abstract Volatile compounds from flowers, buds and leaves of Aegopodium podagraria, Anthriscus sylvestris, Carum carvi, Heracleum sibiricum, Laserpitium latifolium and Pastinaca sativa were collectedExpand
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Scent Marking in Male Premating Behavior of Bombus confusus
Premating behavior in the species Bombus confusus Schenck, 1859 was studied. The marking habits of bumblebee males were revealed and the use of their labial gland secretion in scent marks was provedExpand
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Chemical composition of essential oil from the seeds of Nigella arvensis L. and assessment of its actimicrobial activity
The essential oil from Nigella arvensis L. was obtained by hydrodistillation, yielding 0.42% of oil on dry weight basis. The GC and GC-MS analyses showed the presence of 69 components, predominantlyExpand
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