Semiochemical (Patent US 2003/0109586 A1)

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Pickett, J. A., Wadhams, L. J., Hick, A. J. and Napier, J. A. 2003. Semiochemical (Patent US 2003/0109586 A1). US 2003/0109586 A1

AuthorsPickett, J. A., Wadhams, L. J., Hick, A. J. and Napier, J. A.
TypeH2 - Patents applied for
Patent applicantHick Alastair James
Pickett John Anthony
Wadhams Lester John
Napier Johnathan andrew
Patent IDUS 2003/0109586 A1
020-412-203-765-393
Abstract

cis-Jasmone has been discovered to be useful as a semiochemical that changes the behaviour of insects and/or the physiology of plants. It has direct signalling roles with plant-feeding aphids, in attraction of aphid predators and parasitoids, and may act as an airborne signal inducing production of volatile plant semiochemicals, including the monoterpene (E)-beta-ocimene, that stimulate foraging by parasitoids. It is an extremely benign compound having, to human beings, a pleasant aroma and gives a long-lasting effect after removal of the stimulus.

Year of Publication2003
Open accessPublished as non-open access
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