The vine mealybug (VM), Planococcus ficus (Signoret), is a worldwide pest
and affects mainly grapevine and figs. In Israel, (S)-lavandulyl senecioate
[(S)-LS] and (S)-lavandulyl isovalerate [(S)-LI] were identified from
VM reared for several generations on pota... View more
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