Host plant influences on sex pheromone behavior of phytophagous insects.

@article{Landolt1997HostPI,
  title={Host plant influences on sex pheromone behavior of phytophagous insects.},
  author={Peter Landolt and Thomas W. Phillips},
  journal={Annual review of entomology},
  year={1997},
  volume={42},
  pages={371-91}
}
The sexual behavior of phytophagous insects is often integrated in a variety of ways with their host plants. This integration may be manifested as effects or influences of host plants on insect physiology and behavior, including sex pheromone communication, that reflect strategies by insects to optimize mating and reproduction. Certain insects sequester or otherwise acquire host plant compounds and use them as sex pheromones or sex pheromone precursors. Other insects produce or release sex… CONTINUE READING
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