Items where Subject is "Science > Physiology > Insect biochemistry"
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Aldrich, J.R. and Le, T.C. and Zhang, Q.H. and Torres, J. and Winterton, S.L. and Han, B.Y. and Miller, G.L. and Chauhan, K.R.. (2009) Prothoracic Gland Semiochemicals of Green Lacewings. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 35 (10). pp. 1181-1187.
Fletcher, M.T. and Chow, S. and Lambert, L.K. and Gallagher, O.P. and Cribb, B.W. and Allsopp, P.G. and Moore, C.J. and Kitching, W. (2003) 4,6,8,10,16-Penta- and 4,6,8,10,16,18-hexamethyldocosanes from the cane beetle Antitrogus parvulus - Cuticular hydrocarbons with unprecedented structure and stereochemistry. Organic Letters, 5 (26). pp. 5083-5086.
James, D.G. and Moore, C.J. and Faulder, R. and Vogele, B. (1998) An improved coattractant for pheromone trapping of Carpophilus spp. (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae). Australian Journal of Entomology, 37 (4). pp. 357-361.
James, D.G. and Vogele, B. and Faulder, R.J. and Bartelt, R.J. and Moore, C.J. (2001) Pheromone-mediated mass trapping and population diversion as strategies for suppressing Carpophilus spp. (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) in Australian stone fruit orchards. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 3 (1). pp. 41-47.
Kay, Iain R. (2009) Refining integrated pest management of eggfruit caterpillar. Project Report. Horticulture Australia Limited.
Schwartz, B.D. and Moore, C.J. and Rahm, F. and Hayes, P.Y. and Kitching, W. and De Voss, J.J. (2008) Spiroacetal biosynthesis in insects from diptera to hymenoptera: The Giant Ichneumon wasp Megarhyssa nortoni nortoni Cresson. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 130 (44). pp. 14853-14860.
Turni, C. and Lee, R.P. and Jackson, L.A. (2007) The effects of salivary gland extracts from Boophilus microplus ticks on mitogen-stimulated bovine lymphocytes. Veterinary Research Communications, 31 (5). pp. 545-552.
Urech, R. and Brown, G. and Moore, C. and Green, P. (2005) Cuticular Hydrocarbons of Buffalo Fly, Haematobia exigua, and Chemotaxonomic Differentiation from Horn Fly, H.irritans. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 31 (10). pp. 2451-2461.