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Semiochemicals of the Scarabaeinae, III : identification of the attractant for the dung beetle Pachylomerus femoralis in the fruit of the Spineless monkey orange tree, Strychnos madagascariensis
(Dieterich'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Wiesbaden (now Mainz), 1991-04)
Following the observation that the non-ball-rolling dung beetle Pachylomerus femoralis (Kirby) rolled the flesh-covered seeds from the fruit of the spineless monkey orange tree, Strychnos madagascariensis Poiret, an ...
Mammalian pheromone studies - III : (E,E)-7,11,15-trimethyl-3methylenehexa-deca-1,6,10,14-tetraene, a new diterpene analogue of ß-farnesene from the dorsal gland of the springbok, Antidorcas marsupialis
The secretions produced by the cutaneous glands of mammals are generally considered to be involved in conspecific chemical communication, acting as pheromones. From a review of mammalian chemical ecology it appears that, ...
Capillary gas chromatography in the identification of semiochemicals
(InCom publishers, 1997)
The role of gas chromatography and its ancillary techniques in the identification of pheromones and other semiochemicals over the last 30 years is discussed, using some examples from research on chemical communication in ...