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- Cha, Dong H.; Nojima, Satoshi; Hesler, Stephen P.; Zhang, Aijun; Linn, Charles E. Jr.; Roelofs, Wendell L.; Loeb, Gregory M.
- Journal of chemical ecology 2008 v.34 no.9 pp. 1180
- Vitis riparia, etc ; Endopiza viteana; host plants; grapes; shoots; volatile compounds; kairomones; host seeking; females; insect flight; antennae; electrophysiology; electroantennography; insect attractants; trapping; insect traps; New York; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) and gas chromatography coupled with electroantennographic detection (GC-EAD) were used to identify volatile compounds from shoots of riverbank grape (Vitis riparia) that attract the female grape berry moth (GBM, Paralobesia viteana). Consistent EAD activity was obtained for 11 chemicals: (Z)-3-hexen-1-yl acetate, (E)-linalool oxide, (Z)-linalool oxide, nonanal, l ...
- Cadle-Davidson, Lance
- Plant disease 2008 v.92 no.11 pp. 1577
- Vitis riparia, etc ; Vitis cinerea; Vitis labrusca; Vitis champini; wild relatives; plant genetic resources; species differences; Plasmopara viticola; downy mildew; disease resistance; genetic resistance; germplasm screening; field experimentation; laboratory techniques; disease severity; Vitis vinifera; vineyards; strains; strain differences; New York; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... To complement existing control strategies, grape growers in humid climates desire cultivars with resistance to downy mildew caused by Plasmopara viticola. Numerous disease resistance screens of diverse Vitis germplasm have been conducted previously to identify downy mildew resistance; however, ratings of named cultivars were inconsistent and identities of resistant individuals in wild species were ...