Attraction of two lacewing species to volatiles produced by host plants and aphid prey

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Zhu, J., Obrycki, J. J., Ochieng, S. A., Baker, T. C., Pickett, J. A. and Smiley, D. W. M. 2005. Attraction of two lacewing species to volatiles produced by host plants and aphid prey. Naturwissenschaften. 92, pp. 277-281.

AuthorsZhu, J., Obrycki, J. J., Ochieng, S. A., Baker, T. C., Pickett, J. A. and Smiley, D. W. M.
Year of Publication2005
JournalNaturwissenschaften
Journal citation92, pp. 277-281
Open accessPublished as non-open access
Funder project or code514
437
Insect chemical ecology: identification and production of chemical signals (semiochemicals)
Insect chemical ecology: understanding the roles and underlying mechanisms of chemical signals (semiochemicals)

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