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Syntheses of female sex pheromone analogs of the german cockroach and their biological activity


, : Syntheses of female sex pheromone analogs of the german cockroach and their biological activity. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 40(2): 391-394

Several analogs of 3,11-dimethy-2-nonacosanone, 1 compoment of the sex pheromone of the German cockroach [Blattella germanica] were synthesized. Their activity for the male to raise his wings was assayed and summarized in table form.

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