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The objective of this study was to evaluate the role of host volatiles in the relationship between a blueberry plant Vaccinium corymbosum L. Volatiles from the aerial part of different phenological stages of the host were collected on Porapak Q and analyzed by coupled gas chromatography—mass spectrometry GC-MS. Several chemical groups were identified including green leaf volatiles, aromatic compounds, and terpenes.
The olfactometric responses of A. Blueberry shoots at the phenological stages of fruit set, and blue-pink fruit color elicited the greatest behavioral responses from weevils. Five compounds 2-nonanone, eucalyptol, R - and S -limonene, and 4-ethyl benzaldehyde elicited an attractant behavioral response from A.
The results suggest the host location behavior of A. This work has identified a number of compounds with which it is possible to develop a lure for the principal pest of blueberry in southern Chile.
Volatile blends released from plants may contain hundreds of different components. Some of them are characteristic for a plant family, but many compounds can be found in the blend that occur in many different and unrelated plants Knudsen et al.
The emission and composition of the volatile compounds emitted are dependent on internal factors of the plant, such as the phenological stage, as well as external factors including light, temperature, and humidity.