Mark A. Luehring

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The female sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus), a devastating invasive fish of the Laurentian Great Lakes, locates potential mates by tracking a sex pheromone emitted by nesting males. We tested whether combinations of two putative components of the sex pheromone, 3-keto-petromyzonol sulfate (3kPZS) and 3-keto-allocholic acid (3kACA), were sufficiently(More)
The sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus, is a harmful invader of the Laurentian Great Lakes. The odor emitted by larval lampreys resident to streams attracts migrating adults to high quality spawning habitats. Three components of the larval pheromone have been identified and tested in laboratory settings: petromyzonol sulfate, petromyzosterol disulfate, and(More)
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