Identification of putative migratory pheromones from Pacific lamprey ( Lampetra tridentata )

@inproceedings{Yun2011IdentificationOP,
  title={Identification of putative migratory pheromones from Pacific lamprey ( Lampetra tridentata )},
  author={Sang-Seon Yun and Andrew J. Wildbill and Michael J. Siefkes and Mary L. Moser and Andrew H. Dittman and Stephen C. Corbett and Weiming Li and David A. Close},
  year={2011}
}
Pacific lamprey, Lampetra tridentata, has declined precipitously throughout their range in the Columbia River basin of North America. Tribal Nations and Federal and State agencies are engaged in efforts to restore these fish. Understanding whether Pacific lamprey emit and detect migratory pheromones is particularly important for these restoration efforts. Using behavioural assays, we demonstrated that migratory adult Pacific lamprey are attracted to odors emanating from their larval… CONTINUE READING

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