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Z-7-Dodecen-1-ol | CAS Number: 20056-92-2

Catalog Number
ACM20056922
Product Name
Z-7-Dodecen-1-ol
Structure
CAS Number
20056-92-2
Synonyms
7Z-12OH
Category
Monounsaturated Compounds
Molecular Weight
184.32
Molecular Formula
C12H24O
Purity
98%
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1Mating communication systems of four Plusiinae species distributed in Japan: identification of the sex pheromones and field evaluation.

Inomata S1, Watanabe A, Nomura M, Ando T.

J Chem Ecol. 2005 Jun;31(6):1429-42.

The sex pheromones of four Plusiinae species in the family Noctuidae, Ctenoplusia albostriata (CA), Macdunnoughia purissima (MP), Syngrapha ain (SA), and Diachrysia stenochrysis (DS) were identified by GC-EAD and GC-MS analyses. These were subsequently evaluated by a series of field trials in different ecological habitats. CA females produced (Z)-5-decenyl acetate (I), (Z)-7-dodecenyl acetate (II), and (Z)-7-dodecen-1-ol (III) in a ratio of 2:100:13. While the antennae of CA males responded to all three components, neither I nor III was essential to capture males. The MP females produced II, III, and (Z)-5-dodecenyl acetate (IV) in a ratio of 100:80:20, and this blend captured the most MP males. Compounds II and III were also identified from SA females, and mixtures ranging from 4:1 to 2:3 were equally attractive to males. DS females only produced one active compound, (Z)-7-decenyl acetate (V), and DS is the first Plusiinae species identified as using only the omega3-compound and none of omega5-compounds, such as II and III, which are common components of Plusiinae pheromones. Using previously published chemical and biosynthetic data, together with the finding from this study, we propose a classification of the Plusiinae sex pheromones. Read More

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