2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-40422009000800029
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Feromônios de agregação em curculionidae (insecta: coleoptera) e sua implicação taxonômica

Abstract: Recebido em 26/9/08; aceito em 24/4/09; publicado na web em 7/10/09 AGGREGATION PHEROMONE IN CURCULIONIDAE (INSECTA: COLEOPTERA) AND THEIR TAXONOMIC IMPLICATION. The pheromones of the weevils has been the most studied and used so far for Coleoptera species. The majority of reported weevil pheromones is produced by males and usually attract both sexes. The identified pheromone compounds are classified in two categories: ten-carbon compounds with terpenoid branching and compounds of various sizes, apparently of … Show more

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“…Whereas the pheromone 1E is novel, its lactone degradation product 2 was described as a constituent of tobacco flavor (Pettersson et al, 1993), and synthesized (D'Annibale et al, 2007;Brichacek and Carlson, 2007). As with other curculionids (Ambrogi et al, 2009), the D. abbreviatus attractant pheromone is maleproduced; however, in the bioassays conducted to date, we have demonstrated a significant attraction of conspecific females but not males. This represents the first progress towards development of semiochemical-based methods for managing D. abbreviatus, a serious pest of many crops and ornamental plants that is expanding its geographic range in the Neotropics and subtropics.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 61%
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“…Whereas the pheromone 1E is novel, its lactone degradation product 2 was described as a constituent of tobacco flavor (Pettersson et al, 1993), and synthesized (D'Annibale et al, 2007;Brichacek and Carlson, 2007). As with other curculionids (Ambrogi et al, 2009), the D. abbreviatus attractant pheromone is maleproduced; however, in the bioassays conducted to date, we have demonstrated a significant attraction of conspecific females but not males. This represents the first progress towards development of semiochemical-based methods for managing D. abbreviatus, a serious pest of many crops and ornamental plants that is expanding its geographic range in the Neotropics and subtropics.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 61%
“…Within the superfamily Curculionoidea, the majority of known pheromones are long-range, male-produced aggregation pheromones (Seybold and Vanderwel, 2003;Ambrogi et al, 2009). Aggregations of D. abbreviatus adults have been observed on so-called "party trees" (Wolcott, 1936).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…O uso de feromônios de pragas constitui uma técnica bastante promissora para utilização no MIP, uma vez que a utilização de inseticidas para o controle de curculionídeos-praga não tem sido muito eficiente, uma vez que esses insetos geralmente são brocas, alimentam-se dentro de frutos, caules e sementes (AMBROGI et al, 2009).…”
Section: Feromônios Em Curculionídeosunclassified
“…A utilização de feromônios para monitoramento desses insetos facilita a determinação da dinâmica populacional, auxiliando a tomada de decisão do agricultor no manejo dos insetos. O controle de curculionídeos utilizando feromônios tem sido feito principalmente por meio de coleta massal e com grande sucesso, uma vez que os feromônios atraem ambos os sexos (AMBROGI et al, 2009). …”
Section: A Grandis Migdolus Fryanus Rhynchophorus Palmarum Hypothunclassified
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