Pheromone production in a bark beetle independent of myrcene precursor in host pine species

@article{Byers2005PheromonePI,
  title={Pheromone production in a bark beetle independent of myrcene precursor in host pine species},
  author={John A Byers and G{\"o}ran Birgersson},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={2005},
  volume={77},
  pages={385-387}
}
259 (M CH3) +, 231 (259 CO) + , 216 (259 CH3CO) + and 200 (231 OCH3) +, with relative intensities of 100, 47, 15, 22, and 12, respectively. High-resolution MS, calculated for CI6HIsO 4 274.1205, was 274.1196. We would like to thank Dr. O. Musgrave, University of Aberdeen, Dept. of Chemistry, Scotland, for kindly providing a synthesized sample of the compound which we used for final identification. Received May 2, 1990 

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