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Chemical characterization of territorial marking fluid of male Bengal tiger, Panthera tigris
(Springer Verlag, 2008-05)
The territorial marking fluid of the male Bengal tiger, Panthera tigris, consists of a mixture of urine and a small quantity of lipid material that may act as a controlled-release carrier for the volatile constituents of ...
Mass spectrometry in pheromone research
INTRODUCTION: The application of mass spectral techniques in the identifica tion of compounds invo lved in chemical communication between living organisms will be discussed in this a rticle. These biologically ...
Lizard epidermal gland secretions I : chemical characterization of the femoral gland secretion of the sungazer, Cordylus giganteus
(Springer Verlag, 2007-09)
The giant girdled lizard or sungazer, Cordylus giganteus, is endemic to South Africa. It has been suggested that in this species, as in other lizard species, epidermal glands in the femoral, pre-cloacal regions, and cloacal ...
Semiochemicals of the Scarabaeinae VIII : identification of active constituents of the abdominal sex-attracting secretion of the male dung beetle, Kheper bonellii, using gas chromatography with flame ionization and electroantennographic detection in parallel
Using gas chromatography with flame ionization detection and electroantennographic detection in parallel (GC-FID/EAD), the active constituents of the sex attractant of male dung beetles of Kheper bonellii were located in ...
Semiochemicals of the Scarabaeinae VII : identification and synthesis of EAD-active constituents of abdominal sex attracting secretion of the male dung beetle Kheper subaeneus
(Springer Verlag, 2002-12)
Using gas chromatography with flame ionization detection (FID) and electroantennographic detection (EAD) in parallel, butanoic acid, skatole, and (E)-2,6-dimethyl-6-octen-2-ol were identified as constituents of the abdominal ...
Mammalian exocrine secretions XVII : chemical characterization of preorbital secretion of male suni, Neotragus moschatus
(Springer Verlag, 2002-01)
Gas chromatographic and gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric techniques were employed to identify 83 compounds, including alkanes, alkenes, aldehydes, 2-methylalkanes, carboxylic acids, 1-alkyl formates and alken-1-yl ...