potential role of web-based putrescine as a prey-attracting allomone
acclimate allelochemical allomone
annual biennial bolt companion planting cool-season crop frost-free period frost-sensitive frost-tender frost-tolerant harden-off heat-hardy kairomone olericulture perennial pheromone semi-hardy very hardy
Determination of plant volatiles 1: analysis of the insect-attracting allomone
of the parasitic plant Hydnora africana using Grob-Habich activated charcoal traps.
Similarly, (E)-[beta]-farnesene, which has been reported to act either as an allomone
, an attractant or a kairomone in various insects (Francis et al.
9-Isocyanopu-pukeanane, a marine invertebrate allomone
with a new sesquiterpene skeleton.
Moreover, Gynaikothrips are known to produce an allomone
excreted through the anus, which is used to repel intruding insects or predators (Suzuki et al.
3), a common allomone
frequently associated with cyanogenic activity, cluster separately (Fig.
Investigations of the acidic allomone
of the gastropod mollusc Philline aperta by means of ion chromatography and histochemical localization of sulphate and chloride ions.
The hypothesis that the red bodies contain a defensive allomone
that is provisioned to eggs by the parent requires future testing.
Stink bugs use various semiochemicals including both male-produced and female-produced sex pheromones, alarm pheromones, aggregation pheromones, and defensive chemicals (allomones
) produced in abdominal and thoracic glands.
Indeed, EOs are rich of plant secondary metabolites, some of which may be recognized by insects as food attractant or allomones
The role of pheromones, kairomones, and allomones
in the host selection and colonization behavior of bark beetles.