Habituation versus Sensory Adaptation as the Cause of Reduced Attraction following Pulsed and Constant Sex Pheromone Pre-exposure in Trichopl Ltsia

@inproceedings{Indra2005HabituationVS,
  title={Habituation versus Sensory Adaptation as the Cause of Reduced Attraction following Pulsed and Constant Sex Pheromone Pre-exposure in Trichopl Ltsia},
  author={N Indra},
  year={2005}
}
Tiithop/u'iia 171 males receiving a pulsed regime of sex pheromone pre-exposure later, in a wind tunnel, exhibited reduced upwind flight and close approach to a sex pheromone source compared to males receiving continuous pie-exposure Electroantennogram (EAG) amplitudes from either pulsed or continuously pie-exposed males were significantly reduced from controls only during exposure EAG amplitudes returned within one minute after exposure to levels not significantly different from controls… CONTINUE READING
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