Differential electroantennogram response of females and males of two parasitoid species to host-related green leaf volatiles and inducible compounds.

@article{Chen2007DifferentialER,
  title={Differential electroantennogram response of females and males of two parasitoid species to host-related green leaf volatiles and inducible compounds.},
  author={Li Chen and Henry Yemisi Fadamiro},
  journal={Bulletin of entomological research},
  year={2007},
  volume={97 5},
  pages={515-22}
}
Parasitoids employ different types of host-related volatile signals for foraging and host-location. Host-related volatile signals can be plant-based, originate from the herbivore host or produced from an interaction between herbivores and their plant host. In order to investigate potential sex- and species-related differences in the antennal response of parasitoids to different host-related volatiles, we compared the electroantennogram (EAG) responses of both sexes of the specialist parasitoid… CONTINUE READING

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