attractant


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attractant

(ə-trăk′tənt)
n.
A substance, such as a pheromone, that attracts insects or other animals.

attractant

a material used to attract animals for capture purposes.
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2009) was used to estimate asymptotic orchid bee species richness overall and for each attractant.
Scent Web has a patented delivery mechanism for dispensing deer scent attractants.
Supply of Ready to Use Dry Bait Traps with food attractant and insecticide used to reduce the population of Ceratitis Capitata Wied in the Valencian Community.
com)--a sensational attractant that can be poured directly onto the ground--from Whitetail Institute.
Also, since they are an attractant, you do not want to place them directly in an area where you are trying to eliminate flies.
The acquired company makes deer lures, scents, and attractants for the hunting enthusiast.
Maxtech Mosquito Control's retail version of the trap includes an attractant that lures most mosquito species in Canada, not just ones that carry diseases like west Nile virus.
With many thousands of gallons of deer attractant on shelves all over the country, there just aren't enough deer farms to produce the volume of natural product that hunters need.
Commercial traps now used are typically dome-shaped devices baited with pheromones or other attractants that lure the beetles into pits or onto glue strips.
Characteristics of the attractant suspension, such as attractant concentration and quality, pH, addition of preservatives, production of ammonia and fermentation time, have influenced the capture efficiency of fruit flies (BATEMAN; MORTON, 1981; MAZOR et al.
Compare fly capture and kill totals of traps in which Terminator Fly Attractant was not changed versus attractant changed daily.
That component is attractant scents -- ones that smell like food and can be used to draw deer in and put them at ease, keeping them hanging out in an area longer until they provide the perfect shot opportunity.