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Male orientation inhibitor of cotton bollworm: inhibitor effects of alcohols in wind-tunnel and in the field

, : Male orientation inhibitor of cotton bollworm: inhibitor effects of alcohols in wind-tunnel and in the field. Entomologia Sinica 4(2): 173-181

The inhibitory effects were studied of several alcohols from the male hair pencil of Helicoverpa armigera on conspecific male behaviour responses. In a wind tunnel at 26 degrees C, 50% RH, wind velocity 0.3 m/s and red light intensity 0.5 lux, males were exposed to alcohols at doses of 4 x 10-4 to 40 micro g. The greatest response by males was observed to binary components of (Z)-9-hexadecenal and (Z)-11-hexadecenal in a ratio of 5:95 and a dosage of 0.4 micro g.

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