The behavioural responses of the female olive fly, Bactrocera oleae (Rossi), to bacterial odours were studied in laboratory bioassays with a Y-tube olfactometer and a wind tunnel. In both experiments females showed a significant response to odours emitted by bacterial filtrates compared to a commercial bait usually employed in the field as an attractant for adult fruit flies.

Behavioural responses of the olive fly, Bactrocera oleae, to chemicals produced by Pseudomonas putida in laboratory bioassays / S. Landini; A. Granchietti; M. Librandi; A. Camèra; M. Rosi; P. Sacchetti; A. Belcari. - In: IOBC/WPRS BULLETIN. - ISSN 1027-3115. - STAMPA. - 30:(2007), pp. 101-105. (Intervento presentato al convegno Integrated Protection of Olive Crops, IOBC tenutosi a Florence, Italy nel 26-28 October 2005).

Behavioural responses of the olive fly, Bactrocera oleae, to chemicals produced by Pseudomonas putida in laboratory bioassays

GRANCHIETTI, AURELIO;ROSI, MARZIA CRISTIANA;SACCHETTI, PATRIZIA;BELCARI, ANTONIO
2007

Abstract

The behavioural responses of the female olive fly, Bactrocera oleae (Rossi), to bacterial odours were studied in laboratory bioassays with a Y-tube olfactometer and a wind tunnel. In both experiments females showed a significant response to odours emitted by bacterial filtrates compared to a commercial bait usually employed in the field as an attractant for adult fruit flies.
2007
Integrated Protection of Olive Crops, IOBC
Florence, Italy
26-28 October 2005
S. Landini; A. Granchietti; M. Librandi; A. Camèra; M. Rosi; P. Sacchetti; A. Belcari
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