Data from: One QTL for intra- and interspecific variation in a sex pheromone

Astrid T. Groot, Heike Staudacher, Andrea Barthel, Olive Inglis, Richard G. Santangelo, Steffi Gebauer-Jung, Heiko Vogel, Jennifer Emerson, Coby Schal, David G. Heckel, Fred Gould & Gerhard Schoefl
Even though premating isolation is hypothesized to be a major driving force in speciation, its genetic basis is poorly known. In the noctuid moth Heliothis subflexa, one group of sex pheromone components, the acetates, emitted by the female, plays a crucial isolating role in preventing interspecific matings to males of the closely related Heliothis virescens, in which females do not produce acetates and males are repelled by them. We previously found intraspecific variation in acetates...
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