Differentiation of Competitive vs. Non-competitive Mechanisms Mediating Disruption of Moth Sexual Communication by Point Sources of Sex Pheromone (Part I): Theory1

@article{Miller2006DifferentiationOC,
  title={Differentiation of Competitive vs. Non-competitive Mechanisms Mediating Disruption of Moth Sexual Communication by Point Sources of Sex Pheromone (Part I): Theory1},
  author={James Ryan Miller and Larry J. Gut and F. M. de Lame and Lukasz L. Stelinski},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={2089-2114}
}
This study establishes a theoretical framework for differentiating among possible behavioral mechanisms whereby sexual communication of moths is disrupted in crops treated with point sources of pheromone. The major mechanisms recognized in the mating disruption literature fall into two main categories: competitive (competitive attraction = false-plume-following) and non-competitive (camouflage, desensitization, and sensory imbalance). Each disruption mechanism has been precisely defined… CONTINUE READING

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