Recognition and Modulation of Olfactory Signals in the Noctuid Moth Spodoptera littoralis

@inproceedings{Saveer2012RecognitionAM,
  title={Recognition and Modulation of Olfactory Signals in the Noctuid Moth Spodoptera littoralis},
  author={Ahmed M. Saveer},
  year={2012}
}
Food, mates and host plants are essential resources for plant-feeding insects. Optimal resource localization that fulfils the physiological need and reproductive goals of an insect is of utmost importance. Insects, like most animals, rely largely on the sense of smell to locate and evaluate potential resources that enhance their reproductive fitness. Confronted with a multitude of stimuli ranging from food to conspecifics, insects execute behavioural strategies that are strongly modulated by… CONTINUE READING

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