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Mating Pheromone - A Novel Attractant
Year:
2020
Source of publication :
World Food Day 2020
Authors :
Glazer, Ariel
;
.
Harari, Ally
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Steinitz, Hadass
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From page:
12
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13
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Total pages:
2
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Abstract:

Sex pheromones are airborne molecules that elicit a reaction in a individuals of the same species in relation to sex (Wyatt 2014). Sex pheromones are highly species-specific and play a significant role both in natural selection through species recognition (Roelofs and Carde 1974; Lofstedt et al. 1991) and in sexual selection through mate choice (Johansson and Jones 2007). Because of their high species specificity, pheromones are commonly used for pest management programs, providing environmentally friendly approaches to the control of major pest insects, including mating disruption, mass trapping, lure and kill and push-pull strategies.

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Language:
English
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02/03/2022 17:27
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Mating Pheromone - A Novel Attractant
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Sex pheromones are airborne molecules that elicit a reaction in a individuals of the same species in relation to sex (Wyatt 2014). Sex pheromones are highly species-specific and play a significant role both in natural selection through species recognition (Roelofs and Carde 1974; Lofstedt et al. 1991) and in sexual selection through mate choice (Johansson and Jones 2007). Because of their high species specificity, pheromones are commonly used for pest management programs, providing environmentally friendly approaches to the control of major pest insects, including mating disruption, mass trapping, lure and kill and push-pull strategies.

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