Crude aqueous-extract (kairomone
) from Aphis fabae Scop.
Acts as a kairomone
, detected by the prey vomeronasal organ and inducing fear reactions in mice.
[beta]-Citronellol has been used as a pesticide-active kairomone
ingredient on food crops and ornamental plants to attract mites (2).
Colleterial glands of Sesamia nonagrioides as a source of the host-recognition kairomone
for the egg parasitoid Telenomus busseolae.
is an infochemical released by an animal that can be detected by another animal.
Ethyl propionate: synergistic kairomone
for African palm weevil, Rhynchophorus phoenicis L.
Secondly, egg parasitoids containing egg cards should be tied in the field at least one day prior to adult emergence so that the adults emerging on the following day will get accustomed to the cropping ecosystem and more likely to stay in the field due to the effect of kairomone
than the ones released in the form of adult.
It seemed they had found a kairomone
, a chemical that works like a pheromone, except that it communicates between members of different species instead of members of the same species.
Laboratory and field assessment of some kairomone
blends for host-seeking Aedes aegypti.
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