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  1. Crotalaria (Fabaceae) plant genus and its influence on arthropods in agroecosystems
  2. Two in one: the neotropical mirid predator Macrolophus basicornis increases pest control by feeding on plants
  3. A Novel Trisubstituted Tetrahydropyran as a Possible Pheromone Component for the South American Cerambycid Beetle Macropophora accentifer
  4. Colletotrichum falcatum modulates the olfactory behavior of the sugarcane borer, favoring pathogen infection
  5. Side effects of a fungus-based biopesticide on stingless bee guarding behaviour
  6. A parasitoid’s dilemma between food and host resources: the role of volatiles from nectar-providing marigolds and host-infested plants attracting Aphidius platensis
  7. 3-Hydroxyhexan-2-one and 3-Methylthiopropan-1-ol as Pheromone Candidates for the South American Cerambycid Beetles Stizocera phtisica and Chydarteres dimidiatus dimidiatus, and Six Related Species
  8. Bacillus thuringiensis RZ2MS9 , a tropical plant growth‐promoting rhizobacterium, colonizes maize endophytically and alters the plant's production of volatile organic compounds during co‐inoculation with ...
  9. How red rot attacks sugarcane
  10. Monitoring a beneficial bacterium (Bacillus amyloliquefaciens) in the rhizosphere with arugula herbivory
  11. Changes in plant responses induced by an arthropod influence the colonization behavior of a subsequent herbivore
  12. 2-Nonanone is a Critical Pheromone Component for Cerambycid Beetle Species Native to North and South America
  13. What pollinators see does not match what they smell: Absence of color-fragrance association in the deceptive orchid Ionopsis utricularioides
  14. Semiochemical-Based Attractant for the Ambrosia Pinhole Borer Euplatypus parallelus
  15. (3S,6E)-nerolidol-mediated rendezvous of Cyclocephala paraguayensis beetles in bottle gourd flowers
  16. A comparison of the direct and indirect defence abilities of cultivated maize versus perennial and annual teosintes
  17. Nerolidol-mediated rendezvous beetles, in bottle gourd flowers
  18. Attraction of the sugarcane pest, Sphenophorus levis
  19. Predatory Earwigs vs Herbivore-Induced Plant Volatiles vs Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria
  20. Silicon-induced changes in plant volatiles reduce attractiveness of herbivores and natural enemies
  21. Pheromone Channels for Multiple Species of South American Cerambycid Beetles
  22. Unveiling the contribution of bee pollinators crops with implications for bee management
  23. Bacterial community composition in the foam produced by spittlebugs
  24. Behavioral response of the generalist predator Orius insidiosus to single and multiple herbivory by two cell content-feeding herbivores on rose plants
  25. Aggregation‐sex pheromone of the South American cerambycid beetle Psapharochrus maculatissimus
  26. Barometric pressure alter the foraging activity of leaf-cutter ants
  27. Lure for Asian citrus psyllid
  28. ‘Crash-landing’ behavior of stingless bees
  29. Infection by Tomato chlorosis virus alters the biology and behaviour of whiteflies
  30. Stem inoculation with bacterial strains mitigates Fusarium root rot in cassava
  31. Aggregation-Sex Pheromone od Cerambycid Beetle Susuacanga octoguttata
  32. Red-rot infection in sugarcane attenuates the attractiveness of parasitoids
  33. Phloem-feeding herbivory on flowering melon plants enhances attraction of parasitoids
  34. Sexual dimorphism in Diabrotica speciosa and Diabrotica viridula
  35. Spittlebugs produce foam as a thermoregulatory adaptation
  36. Pheromone of the South American Cerambycid Beetles Cotyclytus curvatus and Megacyllene acuta
  37. Unusual oviposition and development of Sitophilus zeamais
  38. Sex pheromone of Asian citrus psyllid
  39. Predatory Earwig Insects Are Found To Be Attracted To Damaged Plants
  40. Male-Specific Volatiles of the Big Avocado Seed Weevil Heilipus lauri
  41. Attraction of Mirid Predators to Tomato Infested by Pests
  42. Single and multiple herbivory by host and non-host caterpillars on the attractiveness of parasitoids
  43. Nocturnal herbivore-induced plant volatiles attract the generalist predatory earwig
  44. Aggregation-Sex Pheromones in South American Cerambycid Beetles
  45. β-caryophyllene repels Diaphorina citri
  46. Autoinoculation trap to coffee berry borer
  47. Direct and indirect resistance of sugarcane to Diatraea saccharalis induced by jasmonic acid
  48. Selection of Psychotria suterella for shelter by the harvestman Jussara spec.
  49. Curry leaf smells better than citrus to females of Diaphorina citri
  50. First record of small hive beetle in South America
  51. Hygienic behaviour in Brazilian stingless bees
  52. Morphology and mating behavior in Liogenys fusca
  53. Foraging decisions in the honeybees
  54. The major floral volatile attracts pollinators and florivores
  55. Contrasting Changes in Plant Volatiles and Vector Behaviour by Whitefly-Transmitted Viruses
  56. Pheromone of the cerambycid beetles Chlorida festiva and Chlorida costata
  57. Pheromone of Cerambycid Beetle Eburodacrys vittata
  58. How much is a pheromone worth?
  59. Chemical communication in raids of the robber bee
  60. A new male-specific volatile compound released by the guava weevil
  61. Attraction of entomopathogenic nematodes to sugarcane root volatiles under herbivory by a sap-sucking insect
  62. Success of classical biological control of the cassava mealybug in northeastern Brazil
  63. The effects of Gibberella zeae, Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus, and co-infection on Rhopalosiphum padi olfactory preference and performance
  64. Chemical Signaling Between Guava and the Guava Weevil
  65. Mating Behavior and Evidence for Male-Produced Aggregation Pheromone in Cyrtomon luridus
  66. Queen signals in a stingless bee
  67. A Novel Interaction between Plant-Beneficial Rhizobacteria and Roots
  68. How Old are Colonizing Hypothenemus hampei Females
  69. Large scale artificial rearing of Anastrepha fraterculus
  70. Sexual Dimorphism and Mating Behavior in Anomala testaceipennis
  71. Weather Forecasting by Insects
  72. Herbivore-induced plant volatiles to enhance biological control in agriculture
  73. Population dynamics and distribution of Sitophilus zeamais
  74. Immatures of Scaptocoris carvalhoi (Hemiptera: Cydnidae)
  75. Indução de resistência à podridão‑amarga em maçãs pelo uso de eliciadores em pós‑colheita
  76. The fungus pathogen alters biological and behavioral parameters of the insect parasitoid
  77. Mating behavior of Diabrotica speciosa
  78. Bioecology and nutrition versus chemical ecology
  79. Fall Armyworm, Female Moths Respond to Herbivore-Induced Corn Volatiles
  80. Effect of host egg age on Telenomus remus (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae)
  81. Mating Behavior of the Coffee Berry Borer
  82. Host Location Cues for a Generalist and a Specialist Egg Parasitoid
  83. Diurnal and nocturnal herbivore induction elicit different innate response of parasitoids
  84. Oviposition by a moth suppresses constitutive and herbivore-induced plant volatiles
  85. Pheromone paths attached to the substrate in meliponine bees
  86. Ginger root oil reduced remating in wild medfly females
  87. Geographic variation of sex pheromone
  88. Phylogeography of Chelonus insularis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and Campoletis sonorensis (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), Two Primary Neotropical Parasitoids of the Fall Armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
  89. Host, Geographic Origin, and Gender on the Thermal Requirements of Diaphorina citri
  90. Sex pheromone of citrus leafminer
  91. Attraction of Bucephalogonia xanthophis to volatiles of its natural host Vernonia condensata
  92. Biology and thermal requirements of Utetheisa ornatrix
  93. Wing Polymorphism and Dispersal of Scaptocoris carvalhoi
  94. Biology of Diaphorina citri
  95. Differential Attractiveness of Potato Tuber Volatiles to pests and natural enemies
  96. Response of workers to mandibular gland compounds of virgin males and females
  97. Bioecology of Zaprionus indianus (Diptera: Drosophilidae)
  98. Olfactory response of parasitoids to volatiles of guavas infested or not with fruit fly larvae
  99. Population dynamics and vertical distribution of Scaptocoris carvalhoi
  100. Transmission of stridulatory signals of the burrower bugs through the soil and soybean
  101. Vertical distribution, damage and cultural control of Stenoma catenifer
  102. Field evaluation of a synthetic female sex pheromone for the leafmining moth
  103. Biology and mating behavior of coconut moth
  104. Plant volatiles and perspectives for research
  105. Identification of the sex pheromone of the citrus leafminer
  106. Field Evaluation of the Sex Pheromone from the Citrus Leafminer
  107. Model to predict the occurrence of citrus fruit borer
  108. Chemical and physical stimuli to oviposition behavior
  109. Pheromone: from basic research to the grower
  110. Eye size and behaviour of leafcutting ant alates
  111. Sexual Behavior and Diel Activity of Citrus Fruit Borer Ecdytolopha aurantiana
  112. Sex Pheromone of the Citrus Fruit Borer Ecdytolopha aurantiana
  113. Classical Biological Control of the Mealybug Phenacoccus herreni
  114. Entomopathogenic Fungus Neozygites fumosa on the Cassava Mealybug
  115. Sex pheromone in the wasp Bephratelloides pomorum
  116. Female sex pheromone of the beetle Migdolus fryanus
  117. Male response to natural sex pheromone affected by daily climatic factors
  118. Variation with caste of the mandibular gland secretion in the leaf-cutting ant
  119. Field trapping of Migdolus fryanus using natural sex pheromone