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Male-released sex pheromone constituents of the longhorn beetle Anaglyptus subfasciatus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) are identified by GC-MS and GC-Fourier transform infrared as a 7:1 molar mixture of… (More)
(E)-2,7-Octadienyl acetate and (E)-2-octenyl acetate (1:10 by volume) were identified as a pheromone attractive to both sexes of the lygaeid bug, Tropidothorax cruciger. In a parallel investigation… (More)
The coupling of an electroantennographic detector to a chiral capillary gas chromatographic system provides a highly sensitive technique for the determination of pheromone stereochemistry. Electronic… (More)
The first known long-range female-released sex pheromone for the family Cerambycidae is reported fromMigdolus fryanus, a sugarcane pest in South America. Although two female-specific compounds,… (More)
Phenol 1 and p-cresol 2 were identified as sex pheromone components released by females Phyllophaga cuyabana. The compounds are produced in a ratio of 1:1, as detected by the analysis of pheromone… (More)
A novel monoterpene, 2(E)-(4-methyl-3-pentenyl)butenedial (α-acaridial (1) for the trivial name), was isolated from the secretion of the acarid mite Tyrophagus perniciosus. The structure was… (More)