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|Statement||by James Archie Swaby.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 83 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||83|
Behavior of the pine engraver Ips pini(Say) was observed through plexiglass rearing chambers containing ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosaLawson) phloem. Periods of jostling in each entrance tunnel between the resident male and entering female preceded a Cited by: Acoustic and olfactory behavior of Ips pini (Say) (Coleoptera:Scolytidae) during host invasion and colonization. Sivalinghem S () Acoustic communication in the Pine Engraver Bark Beetle, Ips pini (Coleoptera: Scolytinae). MS thesis, Carleton University, Department of Biology, Ottawa, Canada Google Scholar Swaby JA, Rudinsky JA () Acoustic and olfactory behaviour of Ips pini (say) (Coleoptera-Scolytidae) during host invasion and by: 1. Request PDF | Acoustic Communication in the Pine Engraver Bark Beetle, Ips Pini (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) | Most species of bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) produce acoustic.
The main objective of this thesis was to use the pine engraver (Ips pini) bark beetle as a model to characterize the acoustic properties of their signals, and describe putative receptor mechanisms. Ips pini entryinto logs was not inﬂuenced by acoustic treatments. As I. pini are secondary beetles entering dead and dying hosts, 32 I. pini may be accustomed to an abundance of vibrations or. Recent Trends in the Olfactory Responses of Insect Natural Enemies to Plant Volatiles evolution of host selection behavior in parasitoids and may play a vital role in the constituting and. An Introduction to Acoustics S.W. Rienstra & A. Hirschberg Eindhoven University of Technology 28 Nov This is an extended and revised edition of IWDE Comments and corrections are gratefully accepted. This ﬁle may be used and printed, but for personal or educational purposes only. c S.W. Rienstra & A. Hirschberg
ACOUSTIC AND OLFACTORY BEHAVIOR OF IPS PINI (SAY) (COLEOPTERA: SCOLYTIDAE) DURING HOST INVASION AND COLONIZATION INTRODUCTION The genus Ips is represented by several species in the Pacific Northwest, but the most economically important species is the pine engraver, Ips pini (Say). This bark beetle attacks and breeds in cull. Mustaparta, H., Angst, M. E. and Lanier, G. N. () Responses of single receptor cells in the pine engraver beetle Ips pini (Say) (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) to its aggregation pheromone ipsdienol and the aggregation inhibitor, ipsenol. Arrival of predators of Ips engravers at recently cut loblolly pine logs was monitored over a summer, fall, and subsequent spring season—at the same site in southern Louisiana (East Feliciana Parish, latitude 30°47′ north, longitude 90°57′ west). Arrival of Ips engravers was monitored in the fall and spring seasons as well. During each season, a replicated array of color and. PubMed:Disruptive selection maintains variable pheromone blends in the bark beetle Ips pini. PubMed:Ipsdienol dehydrogenase (IDOLDH): a novel oxidoreductase important for Ips pini pheromone production. PubMed:Olfactory experience modifies semiochemical responses in a bark beetle predator.