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Attractants from a vector, Monochamus alternatus, for the pine wood nematode



Attractants from a vector, Monochamus alternatus, for the pine wood nematode



Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 51(5): 1457-1461



Bursaphelenchus xylophilus is dispersed by the vector Monochamus alternatus. beta -Myrcene found in pine trees is an attractant for this nematode which is also attracted by volatile compounds of adult M. alternatus but not by those of its pupae. Gas chromatography of M. alternatus demonstrated 17 compounds of which 11 were identified. The monoterpenes, camphene, 3-carene, alpha -terpinene, l-limonene and p-cymene had weak or no attractant values.

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DOI: 10.1271/bbb1961.51.1457



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