Plant odor and sex pheromone are integral elements of specific mate recognition in an insect herbivore

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From: Evolution(Vol. 72, Issue 10)
Publisher: Society for the Study of Evolution
Document Type: Report
Length: 40 words

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The article discusses discrimination of sex pheromone quality confirms the idea specific mate recognition in noctuid moths evolved in concert with adaptation to host plants. Topics include premating olfactory communication in terrestrial habitats blend into an atmosphere of plant odorants.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A568086623