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Techniques for Isolation and Characterization of Volatile Semiochemicals of Phytophagous Insects
An air entrainment method for collecting volatiles from plants and phytophagous insects is described, and the results of a study of the aggregation pheromone of Sitona lineatus are reported.
KeywordsSynthetic Sample Aggregation Pheromone Phytophagous Insect Methyl Silicone Fuse Silica Column
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