Data from: Bacterial phylogeny predicts volatile organic compound composition and olfactory response of an aphid parasitoid

Tim Goelen, Islam Sobhy, Christophe Vanderaa, Felix Wäckers, Hans Rediers, Tom Wenseleers, Hans Jacquemyn & Bart Lievens
There is increasing evidence that microorganisms emit a wide range of volatile compounds (mVOCs, microbial volatile organic compounds) that act as insect semiochemicals, and therefore play an important role in insect behaviour. Although it is generally believed that phylogenetically closely related microbes tend to have similar phenotypic characteristics and therefore may elicit similar responses in insects, currently little is known about whether the evolutionary history and phylogenetic relationships among microorganisms have an impact on insect-microbe...
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