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  1. Cinnamomeoventrolide – Double-bond Regioisomerism in Frog Semiochemcials
  2. Identification of Cuticular and Web Lipids of the Spider Argiope bruennichi
  3. Identification and Composition of Clasper Scent Gland Components of the Butterfly Heliconius erato and Its Relation to Mimicry
  4. Identification of Cuticular And Web Lipids of The Spider Argiope Bruennichi
  5. Pheromone communication among sexes of the garden cross spider Araneus diadematus
  6. Bacterial-induced pH shifts link individual cell physiology to macroscale collective behavior
  7. Synthesis, Absolute Configurations, and Biological Activities of Floral Scent Compounds from Night-Blooming Araceae
  8. Chemical Diversity of Volatile Macrocylic Lactones from Frogs
  9. Microbial volatile organic compounds in intra-kingdom and inter-kingdom interactions
  10. Volatile allosteric antagonists of mosquito odorant receptors inhibit human-host attraction
  11. Clustering of loci controlling species differences in male chemical bouquets of sympatric Heliconius butterflies
  12. 3-Acetoxy-fatty acid isoprenyl esters from androconia of the ithomiine butterfly Ithomia salapia
  13. Novel 3-Acetoxy Fatty Acid Isoprenyl Esters from Androconia of the Ithomiine Butterfly Ithomia salapia
  14. Volatile Urinary Signals of Two Nocturnal Primates, Microcebus murinus and M. lehilahytsara
  15. Chemical signals act as the main reproductive barrier between sister and mimetic Heliconius butterflies
  16. Identification of Brassicadiene, a Diterpene Hydrocarbon Attractive to the Invasive Stink Bug Bagrada hilaris, from Volatiles of Cauliflower Seedlings, Brassica oleracea var. botrytis
  17. Species specificity and intraspecific variation in the chemical profiles of Heliconius butterflies across a large geographic range
  18. Antibacterial phloroglucinols derivatives from the leaves of Mallotus oppositifolius (Geisler) Müll. Arg. (Euphorbiaceae)
  19. Extending the Salinilactone Family
  20. Male-Produced (−)-δ-Heptalactone, Pheromone of Fruit Fly Rhagoletis batava (Diptera: Tephritidae), a Sea Buckthorn Berries Pest
  21. Sigillins from Springtails Are Potent Natural Insecticides
  22. A major locus controls a biologically active pheromone component in Heliconius melpomene
  23. Direct deposition GC/IR techniques in natural product identification
  24. Enantioselective synthesis and determination of the absolute configuration of the male sex pheromone of the parasitoid wasp Urolepis rufipes
  25. Total synthesis of four stereoisomers of methyl 4,8,12-trimethylpentadecanoate, a major component of the sex pheromone of the stink bug Edessa meditabunda
  26. Flowers of European pear release common and uncommon volatiles that can be detected by honey bee pollinators
  27. Amphibian skin-associated Pigmentiphaga: Genome sequence and occurrence across geography and hosts
  28. Transcriptomic Signatures of Experimental Alkaloid Consumption in a Poison Frog
  29. Chemistry of the Androconial Secretion of the Ithomiine Butterfly Oleria onega
  30. Geographic contrasts between pre‐ and postzygotic barriers are consistent with reinforcement inHeliconiusbutterflies
  31. Nocturnal scent in a ‘bird-fig’: A cue to attract bats as additional dispersers?
  32. Isolation and Identification of Alkaloids from Poisons of Fire Salamanders (Salamandra salamandra)
  33. More yellow more toxic? Sex rather than alkaloid content is correlated with yellow coloration in the fire salamander
  34. Identification and Synthesis of Luteolide, a Highly Branched Macrolide Semiochemical from the Mantellid Frog Gephyromantis luteus
  35. Flower scent of Ceropegia stenantha: electrophysiological activity and synthesis of novel components
  36. Viaticene A - An Unusual Tetraterpene Cuticular Lipid Isolated from the Springtail Hypogastrura viatica
  37. Male Sex Pheromone of the Parasitoid Wasp Urolepis rufipes Demonstrates Biosynthetic Switch Between Fatty Acid and Isoprenoid Metabolism Within the Nasonia Group
  38. The conspicuous postmetamorphic coloration of fire salamanders, but not their toxicity, is affected by larval background albedo
  39. Do wolf spiders’ egg-sacs emit tactochemical signals perceived by mothers?
  40. Male pheromone composition depends on larval but not adult diet in Heliconius melpomene
  41. An Unprecedented Medium-Chain Diunsaturated N-acylhomoserine Lactone from Marine Roseobacter Group Bacteria
  42. N-Acylated amino acid methyl esters from marine Roseobacter group bacteria
  43. Correction to: Novel floral scent compounds from night-blooming Araceae pollinated by cyclocephaline scarabs (Melolonthidae, Cyclocephalini)
  44. Structural Elucidation of Trace Components Combining GC/MS, GC/IR, DFT-Calculation and Synthesis-Salinilactones, Unprecedented Bicyclic Lactones from Salinispora Bacteria
  45. Strukturaufklärung von Spurenkomponenten durch Kombination von GC/MS, GC/IR, DFT-Simulationen und Synthese - Salinilactone, neuartige bicyclische Lactone aus Salinispora Bakterien
  46. Fruit scent as an evolved signal to primate seed dispersal
  47. Novel Floral Scent Compounds from Night-Blooming Araceae Pollinated by Cyclocephaline Scarabs (Melolonthidae, Cyclocephalini)
  48. A salamander’s toxic arsenal: review of skin poison diversity and function in true salamanders, genus Salamandra
  49. Acyl-group specificity of AHL synthases involved in quorum-sensing in Roseobacter group bacteria
  50. Frogolide - An Unprecedented Sesquiterpene Macrolactone from Scent Glands of African Frogs
  51. Morphological and transcriptomic analyses reveal three discrete primary stages of postembryonic development in the common fire salamander,Salamandra salamandra
  52. Oxygenated N-Acyl Alanine Methyl Esters (NAMEs) from the Marine Bacterium Roseovarius tolerans EL-164
  53. Nitrogen-Containing Volatiles from Marine Salinispora pacifica and Roseobacter-Group Bacteria
  54. Male sex pheromone components in Heliconius butterflies released by the androconia affect female choice
  55. How to fight multiple enemies: target-specific chemical defences in an aposematic moth
  56. Mass Spectrometry of Aliphatic Macrolides, Important Semiochemicals or Pheromones
  57. Diversity of compounds in femoral secretions of Galápagos iguanas (genera:AmblyrhynchusandConolophus), and their potential role in sexual communication in lek-mating marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus)
  58. Function-related replacement of bacterial siderophore pathways
  59. The Scent Chemistry of Heliconius Wing Androconia
  60. Variations of cocoon external lipids during wolf spiderlings’ development
  61. Floral scent and pollinators of Ceropegia trap flowers
  62. Volatile compound secretion coincides with modifications of the olfactory organ in mantellid frogs
  63. Non-Redfield, nutrient synergy and flexible internal elemental stoichiometry in a marine bacterium
  64. Sexual Deception in the Eucera-Pollinated Ophrys leochroma: A Chemical Intermediate between Wasp- and Andrena-Pollinated Species
  65. Responsiveness of cats (Felidae) to silver vine (Actinidia polygama), Tatarian honeysuckle (Lonicera tatarica), valerian (Valeriana officinalis) and catnip (Nepeta cataria)
  66. Scent gland constituents of the Middle American burrowing python, Loxocemus bicolor (Serpentes: Loxocemidae)
  67. Long-Chain Alkyl Cyanides: Unprecedented Volatile Compounds Released by Pseudomonas and Micromonospora Bacteria
  68. A synthetic dodecanolide library for the identification of putative semiochemicals emitted by mantellid frogs
  69. Metabolism of 2,3-dihydroxypropane-1-sulfonate by marine bacteria
  70. Identification, synthesis and mass spectrometry of a macrolide from the African reed frog Hyperolius cinnamomeoventris
  71. Novel volatiles of skin-borne bacteria inhibit the growth of Gram-positive bacteria and affect quorum-sensing controlled phenotypes of Gram-negative bacteria
  72. An Unprecedented Octahydro-3H-oxeto[2,3,4-ij]isochromene Ring System Formed by a Trichloromethyl-Anion-Induced Reaction Cascade
  73. Accumulation of specific sterol precursors targets a MAP kinase cascade mediating cell–cell recognition and fusion
  74. Coupled Biosynthesis of Volatiles and Salinosporamide A in Salinispora tropica
  75. Biosynthesis of Violacein, Structure and Function of l-Tryptophan Oxidase VioA from Chromobacterium violaceum
  76. Identification and Synthesis of Branched Wax-type Esters, Novel Surface Lipids from the SpiderArgyrodes elevatus(Araneae: Theridiidae)
  77. Fruit Odor as A Ripeness Signal for Seed-Dispersing Primates? A Case Study on Four Neotropical Plant Species
  78. Nest wax triggers worker reproduction in the bumblebee Bombus terrestris
  79. A single terpene synthase is responsible for a wide variety of sesquiterpenes in Sorangium cellulosum Soce56
  80. Male sex pheromone components in Heliconius butterflies released by the androconia affect female choice
  81. Chemical recognition of fruit ripeness in spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi)
  82. Identification of a Grain Beetle Macrolide Pheromone and Its Synthesis by Ring-Closing Metathesis Using a Terminal Alkyne
  83. Draft Genome Sequence of Roseovarius tolerans EL-164, a Producer of N -Acylated Alanine Methyl Esters and N -Acylhomoserine Lactones
  84. Venom and Dufour's glands of the emerald cockroach wasp Ampulex compressa (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Sphecidae): Structural and biochemical aspects
  85. Homoserine Lactones, Methyl Oligohydroxybutyrates, and Other Extracellular Metabolites of Macroalgae-Associated Bacteria of theRoseobacterClade: Identification and Functions
  86. Sigillin A, a Unique Polychlorinated Arthropod Deterrent from the Snow FleaCeratophysella sigillata
  87. The use of the lactone motif in chemical communication
  88. Editorial: Chemical Ecology
  89. Characterization of the Gene Cluster CYP264B1-geoA fromSorangium cellulosumSo ce56: Biosynthesis of (+)-Eremophilene and Its Hydroxylation
  90. Pseudomonas Strains Naturally Associated with Potato Plants Produce Volatiles with High Potential for Inhibition of Phytophthora infestans
  91. The inter-kingdom volatile signal indole promotes root development by interfering with auxin signalling
  92. Pheromonal Communication in the European House Dust Mite, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
  93. The Effect of Caste and Reproductive State on the Chemistry of the Cephalic Labial Glands Secretion of Bombus Terrestris
  94. Streptopyridines, volatile pyridine alkaloids produced by Streptomyces sp. FORM5
  95. From Insect Communication to Bacterial Communication
  96. Nuclear and mitochondrial multilocus phylogeny and survey of alkaloid content in true salamanders of the genus Salamandra (Salamandridae)
  97. The CtrA phosphorelay integrates differentiation and communication in the marine alphaproteobacterium Dinoroseobacter shibae
  98. Identification and Synthesis of Macrolide Pheromones of the Grain BeetleOryzaephilus Surinamensisand the FrogSpinomantis Aglavei
  99. A New Bacterial Chemical Signal: Mapping the Chemical Space Used for Communication
  100. Surface-motility induction, attraction and hitchhiking between bacterial species promote dispersal on solid surfaces
  101. Identification of NewN-Acylhomoserine Lactone Signalling Compounds ofDinoroseobacter shibaeDFL-12Tby Overexpression ofluxIGenes
  102. Take time to smell the frogs: vocal sac glands of reed frogs (Anura: Hyperoliidae) contain species-specific chemical cocktails
  103. Erratum to: Production of Bioactive Volatiles by Different Burkholderia ambifaria Strains
  104. Macrolides and Alcohols as Scent Gland Constituents of the Madagascan Frog Mantidactylus femoralis and Their Intraspecific Diversity
  105. N-Acylated Alanine Methyl Esters (NAMEs) fromRoseovarius tolerans, Structural Analogs of Quorum-Sensing Autoinducers,N-Acylhomoserine Lactones
  106. Genetic diversity, phylogeny and evolution of alkaloid sequestering in Cuban miniaturized frogs of the Eleutherodactylus limbatus group
  107. You are what you talk: quorum sensing induces individual morphologies and cell division modes in Dinoroseobacter shibae
  108. Production of Bioactive Volatiles by Different Burkholderia ambifaria Strains
  109. Mass spectrometry identification of alkyl-substituted pyrazines produced by Pseudomonas spp. isolates obtained from wine corks
  110. Biosynthesis and PBAN-Regulated Transport of Pheromone Polyenes in the Winter Moth, Operophtera brumata
  111. Fruit bats and bat fruits: the evolution of fruit scent in relation to the foraging behaviour of bats in the New and Old World tropics
  112. Divergence of Scent Pheromones in Allopatric Populations ofAcanthodactylus boskianus(Squamata: Lacertidae)
  113. A pollinators' eye view of a shelter mimicry system
  114. Synthesis of β-hydroxy-δ-trichloromethyl-δ-valerolactones by intramolecular samarium/ytterbium diiodide-mediated Reformatsky reaction
  115. A Detailed View of 2-Methylisoborneol Biosynthesis
  116. Wax Lipids Signal Nest Identity in Bumblebee Colonies
  117. Spider Pheromones – a Structural Perspective
  118. (±)-Asarinin
  119. Microbial communities related to volatile organic compound emission in automobile air conditioning units
  120. Mycobacterium tuberculosis volatiles for diagnosis of tuberculosis by Cricetomys rats
  121. Pre-adaptations and the evolution of pollination by sexual deception: Cope's rule of specialization revisited
  122. The volatiles of pathogenic and nonpathogenic mycobacteria and related bacteria
  123. Volatile Amphibian Pheromones: Macrolides from Mantellid Frogs from Madagascar
  124. Composition of Human Skin Microbiota Affects Attractiveness to Malaria Mosquitoes
  125. Acquisition of chemical recognition cues facilitates integration into ant societies
  126. Diagnosis of Tuberculosis by Trained African Giant Pouched Rats and Confounding Impact of Pathogens and Microflora of the Respiratory Tract
  127. Easy Access to (E)-β-Ocimene
  128. An arthropod deterrent attracts specialised bees to their host plants
  129. Tropodithietic Acid Production in Phaeobacter gallaeciensis Is Regulated by N-Acyl Homoserine Lactone-Mediated Quorum Sensing
  130. The Biofilm Inhibitor Carolacton Disturbs Membrane Integrity and Cell Division of Streptococcus mutans through the Serine/Threonine Protein Kinase PknB
  132. Pitchers of Nepenthes rajah collect faecal droppings from both diurnal and nocturnal small mammals and emit fruity odour
  133. New compounds, sexual differences, and age-related variations in the femoral gland secretions of the lacertid lizard Acanthodactylus boskianus
  134. The Biosynthesis of Hexahydrofarnesylacetone in the Butterfly Pieris brassicae
  135. Defining frontiers in mite and frog alkaloid research
  136. Structure, chemical composition and putative function of the postpharyngeal gland of the emerald cockroach wasp, Ampulex compressa (Hymenoptera, Ampulicidae)
  137. Differential Attraction of Malaria Mosquitoes to Volatile Blends Produced by Human Skin Bacteria
  138. Biological Activity of Volatiles from Marine and Terrestrial Bacteria
  139. Discovery of skin alkaloids in a miniaturized eleutherodactylid frog from Cuba
  140. Echium and Pontechium specific floral cues for host–plant recognition by the oligolectic bee Hoplitis adunca
  141. The Biosynthesis of Branched Dialkylpyrazines in Myxobacteria
  142. Volatile Methyl Esters of Medium Chain Length from the Bacterium Chitinophaga Fx7914
  143. The Biosynthesis of the Aroma Volatile 2-Methyltetrahydrothiophen-3-one in the Bacterium Chitinophaga Fx7914
  144. How to Spoil the Taste of Insect Prey? A Novel Feeding Deterrent against Ants Released by Larvae of the Alder Leaf Beetle, Agelastica alni
  145. Streptococcus mutans Inhibits Candida albicans Hyphal Formation by the Fatty Acid Signaling Molecule trans-2-Decenoic Acid (SDSF)
  146. Pheromone-based Mating and Aggregation in the Sorghum Chafer, Pachnoda interrupta
  147. Pyrazine Biosynthesis in Corynebacterium glutamicum
  148. The Sex Pheromone of the Wasp Spider Argiope bruennichi
  149. Acylated Serine Derivatives: A Unique Class of Arthropod Pheromones of the Australian Redback Spider, Latrodectus hasselti
  150. Potent antifouling compounds produced by marine Streptomyces
  151. Identification and biosynthesis of tropone derivatives and sulfur volatiles produced by bacteria of the marine Roseobacter clade
  152. Pheromones of Terrestrial Invertebrates
  153. Sex-specific chemical cues from immatures facilitate the evolution of mate guarding inHeliconiusbutterflies
  154. Aphrodisiac Pheromones from the Wings of the Small Cabbage White and Large Cabbage White Butterflies,Pieris rapaeandPieris brassicae
  155. New Structural Variants of Homoserine Lactones in Bacteria
  156. Defense by Volatiles in Leaf-Mining Insect Larvae
  157. Fine Tuning of Social Integration by Two Myrmecophiles of the Ponerine Army Ant, Leptogenys distinguenda
  158. Identification, Quantification, and Determination of the Absolute Configuration of the Bacterial Quorum-Sensing Signal Autoinducer-2 by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
  159. Composition of the Cloacal Gland Secretion of Tuatara,Sphenodon punctatus
  160. Seed odor mediates an obligate ant–plant mutualism in Amazonian rainforests
  161. Potential for luxS related signalling in marine bacteria and production of autoinducer-2 in the genus Shewanella
  162. Natural products from the integument of nonavian reptiles
  163. Identification of (8S,9S,10S)-8,10-Dimethyl-1-octalin, a Key Intermediate in the Biosynthesis of Geosmin in Bacteria
  164. An Antiaphrodisiac in Heliconius melpomene Butterflies
  165. Biosynthesis of the Off-Flavor 2-Methylisoborneol by the MyxobacteriumNannocystis exedens
  166. Autoinducer-2-Regulated Genes in Streptococcus mutans UA159 and Global Metabolic Effect of the luxS Mutation
  167. (Z)-Pentacos-12-ene, an Oviposition-deterring Pheromone of Cheilomenes sexmaculata
  168. Chemical Ecology of Fruit Bat Foraging Behavior in Relation to the Fruit Odors of Two Species of Paleotropical Bat-Dispersed Figs (Ficus hispida and Ficus scortechinii)
  169. Biosynthesis of (3Z,6Z,9Z)-3,6,9-Octadecatriene: The Main Component of the Pheromone Blend of Erannis bajaria
  170. Dehydrogenation of ocimene by active carbon: artefact formation during headspace sampling from leaves of Phaseolus lunatus
  171. Description of Labrenzia alexandrii gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel alphaproteobacterium containing bacteriochlorophyll a, and a proposal for reclassification of Stappia aggregata as Labrenzia aggregata comb. nov., of Stappia marina as Labrenzia marina co...
  172. Identification, Synthesis, and Conformation of Tri- and Tetrathiacycloalkanes from Marine Bacteria
  173. Bacterial volatiles: the smell of small organisms
  174. Macrolides from the scent glands of the tropical butterflies Heliconius cydno and Heliconius pachinus
  175. Absolute configuration of the creatonotines and callimorphines, two classes of arctiid-specific pyrrolizidine alkaloids
  176. Analysing traces of autoinducer-2 requires standardization of the Vibrio harveyi bioassay
  177. Novel Iso-branched Ether Lipids as Specific Markers of Developmental Sporulation in the Myxobacterium Myxococcus xanthus
  178. Cluster Analysis as Selection and Dereplication Tool for the Identification of New Natural Compounds from Large Sample Sets
  179. Ethyl-Branched Aldehydes, Ketones, and Diketones from Caimans (Caiman and Paleosuchus; Crocodylia, Reptilia)
  180. Discovery of Complex Mixtures of Novel Long-Chain Quorum Sensing Signals in Free-Living and Host-Associated Marine Alphaproteobacteria
  181. Ecology, Inhibitory Activity, and Morphogenesis of a Marine Antagonistic Bacterium Belonging to the Roseobacter Clade
  182. Biosynthesis and Identification of Volatiles Released by the Myxobacterium Stigmatella aurantiaca
  183. Novel Pyrazines from the MyxobacteriumChondromyces crocatusand Marine Bacteria
  184. Volatiles Released by aStreptomyces Species Isolated from the North Sea
  185. A Novel Type of Geosmin Biosynthesis in Myxobacteria
  186. Specific recognition, detoxification and metabolism of pyrrolizidine alkaloids by the polyphagous arctiid Estigmene acrea
  187. The Chafer Pheromone Buibuilactone and Ant Pyrazines are also Produced by Marine Bacteria
  188. Volatile Organic Compounds from Arctic Bacteria of theCytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides Group: A Retrobiosynthetic Approach in Chemotaxonomic Investigations
  189. Biosynthesis of iso-fatty acids in myxobacteria
  190. Biosynthesis of Iso-Fatty Acids in Myxobacteria:  Iso-Even Fatty Acids Are Derived by α-Oxidation from Iso-Odd Fatty Acids
  191. Analysis of volatiles from black pine (): significance of wounding and egg deposition by a herbivorous sawfly
  192. Identification and Biosynthesis of an Aggregation Pheromone of the Storage Mite Chortoglyphus arcuatus
  193. Benzoic Acid Derivatives in a Hypogastrurid Collembolan: Temperature-Dependent Formation and Biological Significance as Deterrents
  194. Semiochemicals derived from pyrrolizidine alkaloids in male ithomiine butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Ithomiinae)
  195. Formation and analysis of mannosylerythritol lipids secreted by Pseudozyma aphidis
  196. Semiochemistry of spiders
  197. Biosynthesis of Volatiles by the Myxobacterium Myxococcus xanthus
  198. Identification and synthesis of volatiles released by the myxobacterium Chondromyces crocatus
  199. Novel Caprolactones from a Marine Streptomycete
  200. Dufour gland of the digger wasp Liris niger: structure and developmental and biochemical aspects
  201. Biochemical processing of plant acquired pyrrolizidine alkaloids by the neotropical leaf-beetle Platyphora boucardi
  202. Niaviolides, New Macrocyclic Sesquiterpenes Secreted by Males of the African Butterfly Amauris niavius
  203. New Terpene Hydrocarbons from the Alligatoridae (Crocodylia, Reptilia)
  204. Absolute Configuration and Synthesis of β- and δ-Lactones Present in the Pheromone System of the Giant White Butterfly Idea leuconoe
  205. Cyclic Chiral Silyl Derivatives for the Determination of the Absolute Configuration of Aliphatic Diols by Gas Chromatography
  206. African Elephant Sesquiterpenes. II. Identification and Synthesis of New Derivatives of 2,3-Dihydrofarnesol
  207. Identification and synthesis of homoterpenoids emitted from elm leaves after elicitation by beetle eggs
  208. Composition of the silk lipids of the spider Nephila clavipes
  209. An airborne female pheromone associated with male attraction and courtship in a desert spider
  210. Female sex pheromone of a wandering spider ( Cupiennius salei ): identification and sensory reception
  211. Identification of a New Sex Pheromone from the Silk Dragline of the Tropical Wandering SpiderCupiennius salei
  212. Composition of lipids from sunflower pollen (Helianthus annuus)
  213. Chemical deterrents in podurid Collembola
  214. Simple synthesis of enantiomers of 6-hydroxyalkan-4-olides by stereoselective hydrogenation of methyl 4,6-dioxoalkanoates
  215. Pheromones
  216. Insect-Plant Interactions − Metabolism of Plant Compounds to Pheromones and Allomones by Lepidoptera and Leaf Beetles
  217. Origin of the defensive secretion of the leaf beetle Chrysomela lapponica
  218. The Chemistry of Spider Toxins and Spider Silk
  219. Poduran, an unusual tetraterpene from the springtail Podura aquatica
  220. Mass spectrometric determination of methyl group positions in long chain methyl ethers and alcohols via nitriles
  221. Waxes of the social spiderAnelosimus eximius(Araneae, Theridiidae): Abundance of noveln-propyl esters of long-chain methyl-branched fatty acids
  222. Chemical defense of giant springtailTetrodontophora bielanensis (Waga) (Insecta: Collembola)
  223. Male sex pheromone of a giant danaine butterfly,Idea leuconoe
  224. The pheromone system of the male danaine butterfly, Idea leuconoe
  225. A New Spiroketal Type from the Insect Kingdom
  226. Composition of larval secretion ofChrysomela lapponica (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) and its dependence on host plant
  227. Enemy-induced dispersal in a parasitic wasp
  228. Specific mixtures of secretions from male scent organs of African milkweed butterflies (Danainae)
  229. Insect pheromone biosynthesis: stereochemical pathway of hydroxydanaidal production from alkaloidal precursors in Creatonotos transiens (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae).
  230. Branched long chain alkyl methyl ethers: a new class of lipids from spider silk
  231. Identification of a Sex Pheromone from a Spider
  232. Absolute Configuration and Synthesis of 2-Hydroxy-2-(1-hydroxyethyl)-3-methyl-γ-butyrolactone, a Presumed Pheromone of Ithomiine Butterflies
  234. Pheromones and glandular structures of both sexes of the weed-defoliator moth Pareuchaetes pseudoinsulata Rego Barros (Lep., Arctiidae)
  235. Anthraquinones in different developmental stages ofGaleruca tanaceti (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae)
  236. Male pheromone of swift moth,Hepialus hecta L. (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae)
  237. Epoxytetrahydroedulan, a New Terpenoid from the Hairpencils ofEuploea (Lep.: Danainae) Butterflies
  238. Determination of the absolute configuration of α-damascone and α-ionone from black tea by enantioselective capillary gas chromatography
  239. Terpenoids from bark beetles, solitary bees and danaine butterflies
  240. Volatile compounds from androconial organs of danaine and ithomiine butterflies
  241. Carboxylic Acids from Hairpencils of MaleAmaurisButterflies (Lep.: Danainae)
  242. Identification of Cyclic Enolethers from Insects: Alkyldihydropyranes from Bees and AIkyldihydro-4H-pyran-4-ones from a Male Moth*
  243. Identification of pheromones from the male swift moth l.