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    Millipore 1 hexanol
    Air/liquid interface drives open structure formation. a Open structure persists when the droplet dries in an upside-down configuration or at a tilt angle. Schematics illustrate assembly setups, arrows indicate direction of solvent flow. b Open structure formation in N , N -dimethylformamide (DMF), 1-propanol (1-P), and <t>1-hexanol</t> (1-H). All scale bars, 200 nm. c Time-dependent surface tension measurements of an aqueous particle-loaded pendant drop (red line) and a pure solvent pendant drop (black line). d Solvent-dependent surface tension measurements in water, DMF, 1-P, 1-H. e Schematic illustration of Ag octahedra adsorbing to the air/liquid interface; subsequent solvent evaporation lead to dual-structure supercrystals. Error bars in c and d are s.d. of at least 10 measurements
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    Thermo Fisher 1 hexanol
    Air/liquid interface drives open structure formation. a Open structure persists when the droplet dries in an upside-down configuration or at a tilt angle. Schematics illustrate assembly setups, arrows indicate direction of solvent flow. b Open structure formation in N , N -dimethylformamide (DMF), 1-propanol (1-P), and <t>1-hexanol</t> (1-H). All scale bars, 200 nm. c Time-dependent surface tension measurements of an aqueous particle-loaded pendant drop (red line) and a pure solvent pendant drop (black line). d Solvent-dependent surface tension measurements in water, DMF, 1-P, 1-H. e Schematic illustration of Ag octahedra adsorbing to the air/liquid interface; subsequent solvent evaporation lead to dual-structure supercrystals. Error bars in c and d are s.d. of at least 10 measurements
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    Carl Roth GmbH 1 hexanol
    Air/liquid interface drives open structure formation. a Open structure persists when the droplet dries in an upside-down configuration or at a tilt angle. Schematics illustrate assembly setups, arrows indicate direction of solvent flow. b Open structure formation in N , N -dimethylformamide (DMF), 1-propanol (1-P), and <t>1-hexanol</t> (1-H). All scale bars, 200 nm. c Time-dependent surface tension measurements of an aqueous particle-loaded pendant drop (red line) and a pure solvent pendant drop (black line). d Solvent-dependent surface tension measurements in water, DMF, 1-P, 1-H. e Schematic illustration of Ag octahedra adsorbing to the air/liquid interface; subsequent solvent evaporation lead to dual-structure supercrystals. Error bars in c and d are s.d. of at least 10 measurements
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    Millipore 6 bromo 1 hexanol
    Air/liquid interface drives open structure formation. a Open structure persists when the droplet dries in an upside-down configuration or at a tilt angle. Schematics illustrate assembly setups, arrows indicate direction of solvent flow. b Open structure formation in N , N -dimethylformamide (DMF), 1-propanol (1-P), and <t>1-hexanol</t> (1-H). All scale bars, 200 nm. c Time-dependent surface tension measurements of an aqueous particle-loaded pendant drop (red line) and a pure solvent pendant drop (black line). d Solvent-dependent surface tension measurements in water, DMF, 1-P, 1-H. e Schematic illustration of Ag octahedra adsorbing to the air/liquid interface; subsequent solvent evaporation lead to dual-structure supercrystals. Error bars in c and d are s.d. of at least 10 measurements
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    Tokyo Chemical Industry 1 hexanol
    Gas chromatogram of extract of the MTG secretion of A. suturalis male. 1, <t>1-hexanol;</t> 2, 4-oxo-(E)-2-Hexenal; 3, hexyl acetate; 4, pentyl butyrate; 5, hexyl isobutyrate; 6, hexyl butyrate; 7, isovalericacid hexylester; 8, hexyl n-valerate; 9, hexyl hexanoate; 10, pentadecane; 11, hexadecane; 12, pentadecane, 2,6,10,14-tetramethyl-; 13, eicosane; 14, 7,9-di-tert-butyl-1-oxaspiro(4,5)deca-6,9-diene-2,8-; 15, heneicosane; 16, docosane; 17, 9-tricosene; 18, tricosane; 19, tetracosane; 20, 1-heptacosane; 21, octacosane; RT, retention time in minutes.
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    TCI Tokyo Chemical Industry 1 hexanol
    The octopamine effect is variable across animals. The OA-mediated change in odor response (OA treatment response minus pretreatment response) resolved for different odors: 1-nonanol, <t>1-hexanol,</t> 2-heptanone and different concentrations: 1-nonanol (separate measurement set), 10 −2 , 10 −3 and 10 −4 . Note that for all odors, OA-induced changes vary widely, with both positive and negative effects. This indicates that there is a high variability across animals, suggesting a role of individual network plasticity. Box plot with mean and quartiles, whiskers indicate the range (min–max or 1.5 × interquartile distance, whichever smaller), circles are values outside this range (outliers). For all odors, we show the same 189 glomeruli. Number of animals differs for glomerulus: mean = 8.59, SD = 2.72, required minimum for analysis was n = 5 animals
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    Millipore 5 methyl 1 hexanol
    The octopamine effect is variable across animals. The OA-mediated change in odor response (OA treatment response minus pretreatment response) resolved for different odors: 1-nonanol, <t>1-hexanol,</t> 2-heptanone and different concentrations: 1-nonanol (separate measurement set), 10 −2 , 10 −3 and 10 −4 . Note that for all odors, OA-induced changes vary widely, with both positive and negative effects. This indicates that there is a high variability across animals, suggesting a role of individual network plasticity. Box plot with mean and quartiles, whiskers indicate the range (min–max or 1.5 × interquartile distance, whichever smaller), circles are values outside this range (outliers). For all odors, we show the same 189 glomeruli. Number of animals differs for glomerulus: mean = 8.59, SD = 2.72, required minimum for analysis was n = 5 animals
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    Millipore 6 amino 1 hexanol
    The octopamine effect is variable across animals. The OA-mediated change in odor response (OA treatment response minus pretreatment response) resolved for different odors: 1-nonanol, <t>1-hexanol,</t> 2-heptanone and different concentrations: 1-nonanol (separate measurement set), 10 −2 , 10 −3 and 10 −4 . Note that for all odors, OA-induced changes vary widely, with both positive and negative effects. This indicates that there is a high variability across animals, suggesting a role of individual network plasticity. Box plot with mean and quartiles, whiskers indicate the range (min–max or 1.5 × interquartile distance, whichever smaller), circles are values outside this range (outliers). For all odors, we show the same 189 glomeruli. Number of animals differs for glomerulus: mean = 8.59, SD = 2.72, required minimum for analysis was n = 5 animals
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    Millipore boc amino 1 hexanol
    The octopamine effect is variable across animals. The OA-mediated change in odor response (OA treatment response minus pretreatment response) resolved for different odors: 1-nonanol, <t>1-hexanol,</t> 2-heptanone and different concentrations: 1-nonanol (separate measurement set), 10 −2 , 10 −3 and 10 −4 . Note that for all odors, OA-induced changes vary widely, with both positive and negative effects. This indicates that there is a high variability across animals, suggesting a role of individual network plasticity. Box plot with mean and quartiles, whiskers indicate the range (min–max or 1.5 × interquartile distance, whichever smaller), circles are values outside this range (outliers). For all odors, we show the same 189 glomeruli. Number of animals differs for glomerulus: mean = 8.59, SD = 2.72, required minimum for analysis was n = 5 animals
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    Merck KGaA 1 hexanol
    Phase diagrams of the quaternary systems containing <t>CTAB/1-hexanol/organic</t> solvents/aqueous citrate buffer solution, constructed at the R sm of 1:1. The shadow area represents the transparent, non-birefringent, isotropic area, designated as microemulsion domain
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    Merck & Co 1 hexanol
    The retardation of acquisition is odor-specific. ( A – D ) Schematic overview and the results of the experiments investigating odor specificity of memory retention after forward conditioning with clove oil ( A , B ) or <t>1-hexanol</t> ( C , D ). ( B , D ) Honeybees
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    Millar Inc 1 hexanol
    Representative GC-EAD analysis of volatiles from male Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus . Top trace shows the GC chromatogram and the bottom trace displays the EAD response of an antenna of a conspecific female. Responses to 2-methyl-1-butanol (1) and <t>1-hexanol</t> (2) were recorded, but not to 2-methyl-1-pentanol (*)
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    Air/liquid interface drives open structure formation. a Open structure persists when the droplet dries in an upside-down configuration or at a tilt angle. Schematics illustrate assembly setups, arrows indicate direction of solvent flow. b Open structure formation in N , N -dimethylformamide (DMF), 1-propanol (1-P), and 1-hexanol (1-H). All scale bars, 200 nm. c Time-dependent surface tension measurements of an aqueous particle-loaded pendant drop (red line) and a pure solvent pendant drop (black line). d Solvent-dependent surface tension measurements in water, DMF, 1-P, 1-H. e Schematic illustration of Ag octahedra adsorbing to the air/liquid interface; subsequent solvent evaporation lead to dual-structure supercrystals. Error bars in c and d are s.d. of at least 10 measurements

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Creating two self-assembly micro-environments to achieve supercrystals with dual structures using polyhedral nanoparticles

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-05102-x

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Air/liquid interface drives open structure formation. a Open structure persists when the droplet dries in an upside-down configuration or at a tilt angle. Schematics illustrate assembly setups, arrows indicate direction of solvent flow. b Open structure formation in N , N -dimethylformamide (DMF), 1-propanol (1-P), and 1-hexanol (1-H). All scale bars, 200 nm. c Time-dependent surface tension measurements of an aqueous particle-loaded pendant drop (red line) and a pure solvent pendant drop (black line). d Solvent-dependent surface tension measurements in water, DMF, 1-P, 1-H. e Schematic illustration of Ag octahedra adsorbing to the air/liquid interface; subsequent solvent evaporation lead to dual-structure supercrystals. Error bars in c and d are s.d. of at least 10 measurements

    Article Snippet: Chemicals Silver nitrate (≥99%), 1,5-pentanediol (PD, ≥97.0%), poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) (PVP, average M w = 55,000), 1-propanol (≥99.5%), and 1-hexanol (≥98%) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich; copper (II) chloride (≥98%) was purchased from Alfa Aesar.

    Techniques: Flow Cytometry, Evaporation

    Gas chromatogram of extract of the MTG secretion of A. suturalis male. 1, 1-hexanol; 2, 4-oxo-(E)-2-Hexenal; 3, hexyl acetate; 4, pentyl butyrate; 5, hexyl isobutyrate; 6, hexyl butyrate; 7, isovalericacid hexylester; 8, hexyl n-valerate; 9, hexyl hexanoate; 10, pentadecane; 11, hexadecane; 12, pentadecane, 2,6,10,14-tetramethyl-; 13, eicosane; 14, 7,9-di-tert-butyl-1-oxaspiro(4,5)deca-6,9-diene-2,8-; 15, heneicosane; 16, docosane; 17, 9-tricosene; 18, tricosane; 19, tetracosane; 20, 1-heptacosane; 21, octacosane; RT, retention time in minutes.

    Journal: Journal of Insect Science

    Article Title: Morphology and Chemical Analysis of the Metathoracic Scent Glands System inAdelphocoris suturalis(Hemiptera: Miridae)

    doi: 10.1093/jisesa/ieu155

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Gas chromatogram of extract of the MTG secretion of A. suturalis male. 1, 1-hexanol; 2, 4-oxo-(E)-2-Hexenal; 3, hexyl acetate; 4, pentyl butyrate; 5, hexyl isobutyrate; 6, hexyl butyrate; 7, isovalericacid hexylester; 8, hexyl n-valerate; 9, hexyl hexanoate; 10, pentadecane; 11, hexadecane; 12, pentadecane, 2,6,10,14-tetramethyl-; 13, eicosane; 14, 7,9-di-tert-butyl-1-oxaspiro(4,5)deca-6,9-diene-2,8-; 15, heneicosane; 16, docosane; 17, 9-tricosene; 18, tricosane; 19, tetracosane; 20, 1-heptacosane; 21, octacosane; RT, retention time in minutes.

    Article Snippet: The relative proportions of the compounds in the extracts were obtained by integration of the GC-peak areas. (E)-2-hexenal (J & K Chemical Co. Ltd., Beijing, China), hexyl acetate (Sigma/Aldrich Co., Ltd., Shanghai, China), 1-hexanol, hexyl butyrate, pentyl butyrate, hexyl hexanoate, hexyl isobutyrate, pentadecane, hexadecane, and Eicosane (TCI Chemicals Co. Ltd, Shanghai, China) were used. (E)-4-oxo-2-hexenal was synthesized as previously described by .

    Techniques:

    Gas chromatogram of extract of the MTG secretion of A. suturalis female. 1, (E)-2-hexenal; 2, 1-hexanol; 3, 4-oxo-(E)-2-hexenal; 4, benzene,1,2,3-trimethyl; 5, hexyl acetate; 6, pentyl butyrate; 7, hexyl isobutyrate; 8, hexyl butyrate; 9, isovalericacid hexylester; 10, hexyl n-valerate; 11, hexyl hexanoate; 12, fumaric acid dec-4-enyl propyl ester; 13, heneicosane; 14, docosane; 15, tributyl acetylcitrate; 16, 9-tricosene; 17, tricosane; 18, 1-heptacosane; 19, octacosane; RT, retention time in minutes.

    Journal: Journal of Insect Science

    Article Title: Morphology and Chemical Analysis of the Metathoracic Scent Glands System inAdelphocoris suturalis(Hemiptera: Miridae)

    doi: 10.1093/jisesa/ieu155

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Gas chromatogram of extract of the MTG secretion of A. suturalis female. 1, (E)-2-hexenal; 2, 1-hexanol; 3, 4-oxo-(E)-2-hexenal; 4, benzene,1,2,3-trimethyl; 5, hexyl acetate; 6, pentyl butyrate; 7, hexyl isobutyrate; 8, hexyl butyrate; 9, isovalericacid hexylester; 10, hexyl n-valerate; 11, hexyl hexanoate; 12, fumaric acid dec-4-enyl propyl ester; 13, heneicosane; 14, docosane; 15, tributyl acetylcitrate; 16, 9-tricosene; 17, tricosane; 18, 1-heptacosane; 19, octacosane; RT, retention time in minutes.

    Article Snippet: The relative proportions of the compounds in the extracts were obtained by integration of the GC-peak areas. (E)-2-hexenal (J & K Chemical Co. Ltd., Beijing, China), hexyl acetate (Sigma/Aldrich Co., Ltd., Shanghai, China), 1-hexanol, hexyl butyrate, pentyl butyrate, hexyl hexanoate, hexyl isobutyrate, pentadecane, hexadecane, and Eicosane (TCI Chemicals Co. Ltd, Shanghai, China) were used. (E)-4-oxo-2-hexenal was synthesized as previously described by .

    Techniques:

    The octopamine effect is variable across animals. The OA-mediated change in odor response (OA treatment response minus pretreatment response) resolved for different odors: 1-nonanol, 1-hexanol, 2-heptanone and different concentrations: 1-nonanol (separate measurement set), 10 −2 , 10 −3 and 10 −4 . Note that for all odors, OA-induced changes vary widely, with both positive and negative effects. This indicates that there is a high variability across animals, suggesting a role of individual network plasticity. Box plot with mean and quartiles, whiskers indicate the range (min–max or 1.5 × interquartile distance, whichever smaller), circles are values outside this range (outliers). For all odors, we show the same 189 glomeruli. Number of animals differs for glomerulus: mean = 8.59, SD = 2.72, required minimum for analysis was n = 5 animals

    Journal: Journal of Comparative Physiology. A, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology

    Article Title: Octopamine modulates activity of neural networks in the honey bee antennal lobe

    doi: 10.1007/s00359-013-0805-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: The octopamine effect is variable across animals. The OA-mediated change in odor response (OA treatment response minus pretreatment response) resolved for different odors: 1-nonanol, 1-hexanol, 2-heptanone and different concentrations: 1-nonanol (separate measurement set), 10 −2 , 10 −3 and 10 −4 . Note that for all odors, OA-induced changes vary widely, with both positive and negative effects. This indicates that there is a high variability across animals, suggesting a role of individual network plasticity. Box plot with mean and quartiles, whiskers indicate the range (min–max or 1.5 × interquartile distance, whichever smaller), circles are values outside this range (outliers). For all odors, we show the same 189 glomeruli. Number of animals differs for glomerulus: mean = 8.59, SD = 2.72, required minimum for analysis was n = 5 animals

    Article Snippet: Odorant stimulation We recorded the responses to the odorants 1-nonanol, 1-hexanol and 2-heptanone (all odorants from TCI, America).

    Techniques:

    Octopamine modulates odor responses up and down. a False-color coded odor-response traces over time (time from left to right, odor 2-heptanone, one animal). Each line is one glomerulus; glomeruli are sorted by their response strength before treatment (“pre”, same order as in b ). Note that some glomeruli have longer responses than others, some have long-lasting inhibitory responses, and some have off-responses (i.e. calcium increase at odor-offset; these have generally weak odor-on responses). b , c , d Glomerular response strength to 2-heptanone ( b ), 1-hexanol ( c ), 1-nonanol ( d ) in the pre, 1 mM OA, 10 mM OA and wash conditions (one animal). For each plot, glomeruli are arranged according to response strength in the pre-condition. Note that most glomeruli increase their response to odor in the presence of OA ( blue bars ), and that negative responses are rare. However, some glomeruli decrease their response with OA (e.g. A28 to heptanone, A33 to nonanol). Compare with suppl. Fig. S1

    Journal: Journal of Comparative Physiology. A, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology

    Article Title: Octopamine modulates activity of neural networks in the honey bee antennal lobe

    doi: 10.1007/s00359-013-0805-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Octopamine modulates odor responses up and down. a False-color coded odor-response traces over time (time from left to right, odor 2-heptanone, one animal). Each line is one glomerulus; glomeruli are sorted by their response strength before treatment (“pre”, same order as in b ). Note that some glomeruli have longer responses than others, some have long-lasting inhibitory responses, and some have off-responses (i.e. calcium increase at odor-offset; these have generally weak odor-on responses). b , c , d Glomerular response strength to 2-heptanone ( b ), 1-hexanol ( c ), 1-nonanol ( d ) in the pre, 1 mM OA, 10 mM OA and wash conditions (one animal). For each plot, glomeruli are arranged according to response strength in the pre-condition. Note that most glomeruli increase their response to odor in the presence of OA ( blue bars ), and that negative responses are rare. However, some glomeruli decrease their response with OA (e.g. A28 to heptanone, A33 to nonanol). Compare with suppl. Fig. S1

    Article Snippet: Odorant stimulation We recorded the responses to the odorants 1-nonanol, 1-hexanol and 2-heptanone (all odorants from TCI, America).

    Techniques:

    Phase diagrams of the quaternary systems containing CTAB/1-hexanol/organic solvents/aqueous citrate buffer solution, constructed at the R sm of 1:1. The shadow area represents the transparent, non-birefringent, isotropic area, designated as microemulsion domain

    Journal: Iranian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research : IJPR

    Article Title: Laccase Activity in CTAB-Based Water-in-Oil Microemulsions

    doi:

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Phase diagrams of the quaternary systems containing CTAB/1-hexanol/organic solvents/aqueous citrate buffer solution, constructed at the R sm of 1:1. The shadow area represents the transparent, non-birefringent, isotropic area, designated as microemulsion domain

    Article Snippet: 1-Butanol, 1-hexanol, hexane, heptane, iso -octane, toluene and iso -propyl myristate were provided from Merck Chemical Company (Darmstadt, Germany).

    Techniques: Construct

    Phase diagrams of the quaternary systems containing CTAB/1-hexanol/organic solvents/aqueous citrate buffer solution, constructed at the R sm of 1:2. The shadow area represents the transparent, non-birefringent, isotropic area, designated as microemulsion domain

    Journal: Iranian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research : IJPR

    Article Title: Laccase Activity in CTAB-Based Water-in-Oil Microemulsions

    doi:

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Phase diagrams of the quaternary systems containing CTAB/1-hexanol/organic solvents/aqueous citrate buffer solution, constructed at the R sm of 1:2. The shadow area represents the transparent, non-birefringent, isotropic area, designated as microemulsion domain

    Article Snippet: 1-Butanol, 1-hexanol, hexane, heptane, iso -octane, toluene and iso -propyl myristate were provided from Merck Chemical Company (Darmstadt, Germany).

    Techniques: Construct

    The retardation of acquisition is odor-specific. ( A – D ) Schematic overview and the results of the experiments investigating odor specificity of memory retention after forward conditioning with clove oil ( A , B ) or 1-hexanol ( C , D ). ( B , D ) Honeybees

    Journal: Learning & Memory

    Article Title: Short- and long-term memories formed upon backward conditioning in honeybees (Apis mellifera)

    doi: 10.1101/lm.031765.113

    Figure Lengend Snippet: The retardation of acquisition is odor-specific. ( A – D ) Schematic overview and the results of the experiments investigating odor specificity of memory retention after forward conditioning with clove oil ( A , B ) or 1-hexanol ( C , D ). ( B , D ) Honeybees

    Article Snippet: Syringes for odor application were loaded daily with 4 µL clove oil from Eugenia caryophyllata (PZN 06860287, Bombastus-Werke AG) or 4 µL 1-hexanol (Merck) pipetted on a round filter paper of 1 cm in diameter (MACHERY-NAGEL GmbH & Co.).

    Techniques:

    Enhanced, but generalized odor response 24 h after backward conditioning. ( A – D ) Schematic overview and results of the experiments investigating odor specificity of memory retention 24 h after backward conditioning with clove oil (C) or 1-hexanol

    Journal: Learning & Memory

    Article Title: Short- and long-term memories formed upon backward conditioning in honeybees (Apis mellifera)

    doi: 10.1101/lm.031765.113

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Enhanced, but generalized odor response 24 h after backward conditioning. ( A – D ) Schematic overview and results of the experiments investigating odor specificity of memory retention 24 h after backward conditioning with clove oil (C) or 1-hexanol

    Article Snippet: Syringes for odor application were loaded daily with 4 µL clove oil from Eugenia caryophyllata (PZN 06860287, Bombastus-Werke AG) or 4 µL 1-hexanol (Merck) pipetted on a round filter paper of 1 cm in diameter (MACHERY-NAGEL GmbH & Co.).

    Techniques:

    Representative GC-EAD analysis of volatiles from male Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus . Top trace shows the GC chromatogram and the bottom trace displays the EAD response of an antenna of a conspecific female. Responses to 2-methyl-1-butanol (1) and 1-hexanol (2) were recorded, but not to 2-methyl-1-pentanol (*)

    Journal: Journal of Chemical Ecology

    Article Title: Identification of the Aggregation-sex Pheromone of the Cerambycid Beetle Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus and Evidence of a Synergistic Effect from a Heterospecific Pheromone Component

    doi: 10.1007/s10886-018-1008-3

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Representative GC-EAD analysis of volatiles from male Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus . Top trace shows the GC chromatogram and the bottom trace displays the EAD response of an antenna of a conspecific female. Responses to 2-methyl-1-butanol (1) and 1-hexanol (2) were recorded, but not to 2-methyl-1-pentanol (*)

    Article Snippet: 2-methyl-1-butanol has been reported as a pheromone, or pheromone component, of several closely related species within the same tribe (Callidiini), but no other cerambycid species are known to use 1-hexanol (see Millar and Hanks ).

    Techniques:

    Mean (± 1 SE) number of male and female Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus captured per collection date in traps baited with different lure compositions ( N = 8 samples); blank control (isopropanol), 1-hexanol (50 mg), 2-methyl-1-butanol (50 mg), four blends with 1-hexanol (50 mg) and an increasing amount of 2-methyl-butanol (6,25–50 mg) and a blend of 3-hydroxy-2-hexanone (50 mg) and 2-methyl-1-butanol (10 mg). Means with different letters are significantly different ( P

    Journal: Journal of Chemical Ecology

    Article Title: Identification of the Aggregation-sex Pheromone of the Cerambycid Beetle Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus and Evidence of a Synergistic Effect from a Heterospecific Pheromone Component

    doi: 10.1007/s10886-018-1008-3

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Mean (± 1 SE) number of male and female Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus captured per collection date in traps baited with different lure compositions ( N = 8 samples); blank control (isopropanol), 1-hexanol (50 mg), 2-methyl-1-butanol (50 mg), four blends with 1-hexanol (50 mg) and an increasing amount of 2-methyl-butanol (6,25–50 mg) and a blend of 3-hydroxy-2-hexanone (50 mg) and 2-methyl-1-butanol (10 mg). Means with different letters are significantly different ( P

    Article Snippet: 2-methyl-1-butanol has been reported as a pheromone, or pheromone component, of several closely related species within the same tribe (Callidiini), but no other cerambycid species are known to use 1-hexanol (see Millar and Hanks ).

    Techniques:

    Representative GC-EAD analysis of volatiles from male Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus . Top trace shows the GC chromatogram and the bottom trace displays the EAD response of an antenna of a conspecific male. Responses to 2-methyl-1-butanol (1) and 1-hexanol (2) were recorded, but not to 2-methyl-1-pentanol (*). Other apparent responses were not consistently observed in different recordings

    Journal: Journal of Chemical Ecology

    Article Title: Identification of the Aggregation-sex Pheromone of the Cerambycid Beetle Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus and Evidence of a Synergistic Effect from a Heterospecific Pheromone Component

    doi: 10.1007/s10886-018-1008-3

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Representative GC-EAD analysis of volatiles from male Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus . Top trace shows the GC chromatogram and the bottom trace displays the EAD response of an antenna of a conspecific male. Responses to 2-methyl-1-butanol (1) and 1-hexanol (2) were recorded, but not to 2-methyl-1-pentanol (*). Other apparent responses were not consistently observed in different recordings

    Article Snippet: 2-methyl-1-butanol has been reported as a pheromone, or pheromone component, of several closely related species within the same tribe (Callidiini), but no other cerambycid species are known to use 1-hexanol (see Millar and Hanks ).

    Techniques:

    Total ion chromatograms of aeration samples (DB-WAX column) of headspace volatiles produced by adult male (top trace) and female (bottom, inverted trace) Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus . Male-specific compounds are 2-methyl-1-butanol (1), 1-hexanol (2) and 2-methyl-1-pentanol (*). The system contaminant present in both samples at 15.7 min is diacetone alcohol. The shoulder on the front of peak 1 is a chromatographic artefact also observed with synthetic 2-methyl-1-butanol

    Journal: Journal of Chemical Ecology

    Article Title: Identification of the Aggregation-sex Pheromone of the Cerambycid Beetle Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus and Evidence of a Synergistic Effect from a Heterospecific Pheromone Component

    doi: 10.1007/s10886-018-1008-3

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Total ion chromatograms of aeration samples (DB-WAX column) of headspace volatiles produced by adult male (top trace) and female (bottom, inverted trace) Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus . Male-specific compounds are 2-methyl-1-butanol (1), 1-hexanol (2) and 2-methyl-1-pentanol (*). The system contaminant present in both samples at 15.7 min is diacetone alcohol. The shoulder on the front of peak 1 is a chromatographic artefact also observed with synthetic 2-methyl-1-butanol

    Article Snippet: 2-methyl-1-butanol has been reported as a pheromone, or pheromone component, of several closely related species within the same tribe (Callidiini), but no other cerambycid species are known to use 1-hexanol (see Millar and Hanks ).

    Techniques: Produced

    Mean number (± 1 SE) of female and male Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus captured per trap and collection date during the bioassay and a larger landscape study. For the bioassay, all beetles captured on the four different blends of 1-hexanol and 2-methyl-1-butanol have been pooled. The pheromones used in the landscape study are a blend of 1-hexanol (50 mg) and 2-methyl-1-butanol (25 mg) and the heterospecific pheromone a blend of 3-hydroxy-2-hexanone (50 mg) and 2-methyl-1-butanol (10 mg). Mean number of female and male beetles were compared with the Mann Whitney U test

    Journal: Journal of Chemical Ecology

    Article Title: Identification of the Aggregation-sex Pheromone of the Cerambycid Beetle Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus and Evidence of a Synergistic Effect from a Heterospecific Pheromone Component

    doi: 10.1007/s10886-018-1008-3

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Mean number (± 1 SE) of female and male Phymatodes pusillus ssp. pusillus captured per trap and collection date during the bioassay and a larger landscape study. For the bioassay, all beetles captured on the four different blends of 1-hexanol and 2-methyl-1-butanol have been pooled. The pheromones used in the landscape study are a blend of 1-hexanol (50 mg) and 2-methyl-1-butanol (25 mg) and the heterospecific pheromone a blend of 3-hydroxy-2-hexanone (50 mg) and 2-methyl-1-butanol (10 mg). Mean number of female and male beetles were compared with the Mann Whitney U test

    Article Snippet: 2-methyl-1-butanol has been reported as a pheromone, or pheromone component, of several closely related species within the same tribe (Callidiini), but no other cerambycid species are known to use 1-hexanol (see Millar and Hanks ).

    Techniques: MANN-WHITNEY