Flight Tunnel Responses of Female Grape Berry Moth (Paralobesia viteana) to Host Plants

@article{Cha2008FlightTR,
  title={Flight Tunnel Responses of Female Grape Berry Moth (Paralobesia viteana) to Host Plants},
  author={D. H. Cha and Stephen P. Hesler and Charles L. Moser and Satoshi Nojima and Charles E. Linn and Wendell L. Roelofs and Gregory M Loeb},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={622-627}
}
Semiochemicals play important roles in mate and host recognition of herbivorous insects, such as moths, and flight tunnels have been an effective tool in the identification of these bioactive compounds. However, more work has been carried out on pheromones than on host plant cues, and few examples exist where flight tunnel evaluations of host cues have resulted in a lure that is attractive under field conditions. Our goal was to determine whether the flight tunnel could be used to evaluate the… CONTINUE READING

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