Questions of molecular evolution of pheromone communication in caddisflies and lower moths (Insecta: Trichoptera, Lepidoptera)

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© 2014, Pleiades Publishing, Inc. Recent GS-MS and GC-EAD studies of pheromone production and perception in caddisflies and lower moths have shown that these insects use a rather limited selection of volatiles as attractants. Most of them are alcohols and ketones, although the diversity of chemicals produced by sternal glands of abdominal segment V is much wider, especially in the lower Trichoptera. Sternal pheromone glands produce only short-chain polymers in all Amphiesmenoptera. These glands are part of the ground-plan for the related orders, Trichoptera and Lepidoptera, occurring in both sexes and producing similar but not identical sets of components in males and females. The presence of pheromone volatiles is shown to be restricted to the gland segments (Fig. 1), although some other shortchain polymers do occur in the head of females of Molanna angustata (Molannidae). The pheromone blends of lower Trichoptera (Glossosomatidae, Rhyacophilidae, and Philopotamidae) are multi-component and resemble plant vo
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)930-942
ЖурналEntomological Review
Номер выпуска7
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2014

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Trichoptera
Insecta
animal communication
pheromones
moths
Lepidoptera
polymers
Philopotamidae
Rhyacophilidae
Glossosomatidae
pheromone blends
pheromone glands
attractants
ketones
alcohols
insects
gender

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Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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