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Cumulative effects of sex pheromone components in mate recognition of Muscidifurax raptorellus

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Pokorny, Tamara ; Bogenberger, Katharina ; Ruther, Joachim
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 15 Feb 2022 06:25

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In insects, chemical information is often crucial for mate recognition. The chemical signal may be perceived already from a distance or only at close range, depending on the volatility of the sex pheromone compounds. In many species, close-range mate recognition is mediated by compounds of low volatility that originate from the insects' cuticular lipid layer. The most prominent constituents are ...


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