Identification of host-plant chemicals stimulating oviposition by swallowtail butterfly,Papilio protenor

@article{Honda1990IdentificationOH,
  title={Identification of host-plant chemicals stimulating oviposition by swallowtail butterfly,Papilio protenor},
  author={Keiichi Honda},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={1990},
  volume={16},
  pages={325-337}
}
The ovipositional response of a Rutaceae-feeding papilionid butterfly,Papilio protenor, toCitrus host plants was evoked by the synergistic action ofl-(−)-stachydrine,d-(−)-quinic acid, (−)-synephrine, andl-(−)-proline that characterize the chemical compositions of the leaves and epicarp ofCitrus plants (C. natsudaidai andC. unshiu). The stimulatory activity of their mixture was enhanced by the addition of flavanone glycosides, naringin and hesperidin, which coexist in these plants and have… CONTINUE READING

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