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- An attractant is a synomone. An interspecific semiochemical that is beneficial to both interacting organisms, the emitter and receiver, e.g. floral synomone...
- back, tail and paws. Cat attractants are odorants that have an effect on cat behavior. A cat presented with a cat attractant may roll in it, paw at it...
- the bacterium senses that it is moving in the correct direction (toward attractant/away from repellent), it will keep swimming in a straight line for a longer...
- known for being an attractant for the Tasmanian gr**** grub beetle (Aphodius tasmaniae). Skatole has been shown to be an attractant to gravid mosquitoes...
- cultivated as an ornamental plant for use in gardens. It is also grown for its attractant qualities to house cats and butterflies. The plant is drought-tolerant...
- Rudbeckia hirta, commonly called black-e**** Susan, is a North American flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to Eastern and Central North America...
- many aphids, in which they are **** pheromones. Nepetalactones are cat attractants, and cause the behavioral effects that catnip induces in domestic cats...
- individuals and killing them. They typically use food, visual lures, chemical attractants and pheromones as bait and are installed so that they do not injure other...
- pollinator when it lands in search of its attractant (such as nectar, pollen, or a mate). In pursuing this attractant from many flowers of the same species...
- surrounding tissues develop into a fruit. This fruit often serves as an attractant to seed-dispersing animals. The resulting cooperative relationship presents...
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