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Global Agricultural Pheromone Market Competitive Landscape, Major Applications & Analysis of Emerging Market (Demands, Trends) Research Report 2017

In this report the Global Agricultural Pheromone Market, is valued at USD XX million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2022, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2016 and 2022. 1,508 more words

Agriculture

The Attraction Of The Familiar

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I sat beside him, breathing in his scent.  It’s subtle, but I love it because it’s his scent.  It’s familiar to me.

I remember reading years ago that there are pheromones that we all release and that part of being drawn to someone is also this subtle pheromone attraction that has to occur.  618 more words

Chirpless: Camel Crickets

Camel crickets (Ceuthophilus sp.) enjoy hanging out with humans. Perhaps you provide shelter to some in your garage or basement. These insects lack one major cricket trait though – chirping. 387 more words

Biodiversity

Survive the millennium in style

At 00:00:01 on 01.01.00 in the Year 2000, the Millennium Bug will strike. Security systems will all go down and anarchy will ensue. There will be crowds in the street letting off fireworks, shouting and eating foreign food. 111 more words

Nostalgia

Pheromones

the Face of Everyman had been working late in his secret laboratory deep below the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa.  Because of fatigue, or perhaps inattention, he unwittingly spilled a drop of his latest experimental pheromone on his exterior. 41 more words

Odorant Receptor Gene in Codling Moth Also Affects Egg Production

A funny thing happened on the way to testing the CpomOR1 odorant receptor.

Researchers at the USDA-Agricultural Research Service conducted an experiment on codling moth ( 549 more words

Insects In The News

Line Trapping: A Promising Method for More Accurate Pest Monitoring

It’s easy to think of a pheromone trap as a lure, putting out a scent and waiting for insects to come rolling in. But insects aren’t sharks; they don’t sense the proverbial blood in the water from great distances. 1,024 more words

Entomology News