Oviposition stimulants and deterrents control acceptance ofAlliaria petiolata byPieris rapae andP. napi oleracea

@article{Huang2005OvipositionSA,
  title={Oviposition stimulants and deterrents control acceptance ofAlliaria petiolata byPieris rapae andP. napi oleracea},
  author={Xin Pei Huang and J. Alan A. Renwick and Frances Sze-Ling Chew},
  journal={CHEMOECOLOGY},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={79-87}
}
Differential acceptance of garlic mustard,Alliaria petiolata byPieris rapae L. andP. napi oleracea is explained by their differential sensitivities to oviposition stimulants and deterrents in the plant. Fractions containing the stimulants and deterrents were isolated by solvent partitioning between water and n-butanol and by open-column chromatography followed by HPLC.P. napi oleracea showed no preference when offered a choice ofA. petiolata or cabbage, but was strongly stimulated to oviposit… CONTINUE READING
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