Further Reading

Agosta WC (1992) Chemical Communication: The Language of Pheromones. San Francisco: Scientific Library, W.H. Freeman.

Anon (2003) Insect Pheromones: Mastering Communication to Control Pests. National Academy of Sciences, USA. http:// www.beyonddiscovery.org/content/view.article.asp7a = 2702 (accessed January 2008).

Blomquist GJ and Vogt RG (eds.) (2003) Insect Pheromone

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 745pp. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Carde RT and Minks AK (eds.) (1997) Insect Pheromone Research, New Directions, 684pp. New York: Chapman and Hall.

El-Sayed AM (2005) The Pherobase: Database of Insect Pheromones and Semiochemicals; http://www.pherobase.com/ (accessed January 2008).

Hardie J and Minks AK (eds.) (1999) Pheromones of Non-Lepidopteran Insects Associated with Agricultural Plant, 466pp. Wallingford: CABI Publishing.

Howse P, Stevens I, and Jones J (1998) Insect Pheromones and Their Use in Pest Management, 369pp. London: Chapman and Hall.

Witzgall P, Lindblom T, Bengtsson M, and Toth M (2004) The Pherolist. http://www-pherolist.slu.se/pherolist.php (accessed January 2008).

Wyatt TD (2003) Pheromones and Animal Behaviour, Communication by Smell and Taste, 391pp. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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