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- Xue-Liang Wang, et al. Show all 17 Authors
- Pesticide biochemistry and physiology 2020 v.164 pp. 173-182
- Athetis; Escherichia coli; Zea mays; acetates; binding capacity; binding proteins; chlorpyrifos; computer simulation; corn; fluorescence; host plants; insect pests; ligands; ocimene; odor compounds; phoxim; sex pheromones; smell; China; Europe
- ... Athetis lepigone (Alep) is a polyphagous pest native to Europe and Asia that has experienced major outbreaks in the summer maize area of China since 2011 and has shown evidence of resistance to some insecticides. Insect olfaction is crucial for recognition of sex pheromones, host plant volatiles and even insecticides, in which two general-odorant binding proteins (GOBPs) play important roles. To e ...