Host Preference and EAG Response of Host Plant Volatiles in Northeastern Blackbird

  • Hongfei Zhang
Keywords: Northeast Black Scorpion Golden Tortoise, Host Selection Preference, Host Plant Volatiles, EAG Reaction


Plants account for the vast majority of the biological world, while insects are second to none in
number. The current research situation has seriously hindered the development and utilization of new ways and
new technologies for the prevention and control of the golden tortoise in Northeast China. The purpose of this
paper is to analyze the rules and preferences of the selection and selection of the golden tortoises in Northeast
China by observing the wind tunnel bioassay, electrophysiological bioassay, etc., and to understand the host
plants most interested in the Northeast black scorpion tortoise. The black scorpion turtle plant source attractant
provides the basis. Starting from the co-evolution of insects and plants, using modern analytical chemistry,
bioassay and electrophysiology techniques to study the host preference preference and the EAG response of host
plant volatiles. Using the method of this paper, through the analysis of experimental data, it is found that in the
host plant, the most popular food of the golden tortoise in Northeast China is the family carp, and it is found that
the male golden tortoise has the highest EAG reactivity to 2,6-di-tert-butyl-p-cresol. 50%, through the
combination of theoretical and experimental data, it is analyzed that the volatiles of the domestic and ramie have
obvious attracting effect on the golden tortoises of Northeastern China. The results show that the northeastern
black scorpion turtle has more family carp, and the pheromone in the volatile matter can cause the
corresponding EAG reaction.