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The Role of Chemo-orientation in Search Behavior

  • William J. Bell
  • Larry R. Kipp
  • Robert D. Collins

Abstract

Chemo-orientation is a diverse topic, intersecting the disciplines of fluid dynamics, chemistry, physiology, cell biology, genetics, behavior, ecology, and evolution. Chemo-orientation is important for such diverse life processes as sperm orientation in fertilization, white blood cell orientation preceding phagocytosis in the autoimmune response, and locating resources such as food, mates, and oviposition sites. In this chapter, with a few exceptions, we limit the discussion to chemo-orientation processes involved in mate finding by insects. Not all insect mate-finding strategies require chemo-orientation processes, of course, and even in those instances where chemo-orientation is involved, insects often employ other sensory modalities (sequentially or contemporaneously) when locating mates.

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Gypsy Moth Male Moth Pheromone Production Pheromone Concentration Synthetic Pheromone 
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  1. 1.Department of EntomologyUniversity of KansasUSA

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