of Heliothis armigera and Corcyra cephalonica and their influence on the parasitic potential of Trichogramma chilonis Trichogrammatidae: Hyme noptera).
Loughrin JH, Potter DA, Hamilton-Kemp TR (1995) Volatile compounds induced by herbivory act as aggregation kairomones
for the Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica Newman).
The new findings show that Mups also act as kairomones
, a word used to describe chemicals used in communication between two species - and specifically those that offer a benefit to the recipient without benefiting the animals that produced them.
The fundamental criterion of a kairomone
is that it reliably indicates the presence, identity, and suitability of a host (Vet et al.
From the resulting clones, 10 were picked randomly to be studied for their phototactic behavior in the absence and presence of fish kairomone
Separation and purification of host recognition kairomone
of Telenomus theophilae by reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography.
Oviposition deterring pheromone in Rhagolethis pomonella: A kairomone
for its parasitoid Opius lectus.
Source of an egg kairomone
for Trissolcus basalis, a parasitoid of Nezara viridula.
("A-factor") from the freshwater predator Amoeba proteus was shown to induce avoidance behavior in certain ciliates of the genus Euplotes (Kusch 1993a).
response of Thanasimus dubius predators to pheromone components of Ips typographus.
The data indicates the potential of developing a brassica host-derived kairomone
attractant that may target both virgin and mated P.
Arrestment of Telenomus remus (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae) by a kairomone
associated with eggs of its host, Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).