Apple fruit infested with codling moth are more attractive to neonate codling moth larvae and possess increased amounts of (E, E)-α-farnesene

Peter J. Landolt, Jewel A. Brumley, Connie L. Smithhisler, Lisa L. Biddick, Richard W. Hofstetter

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