Effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on oviposition behavior in Manduca sexta moths
Moths can detect changes in environmental carbon dioxide (CO2) with extremely high sensitivity, but the role of CO2 in the biology of these and other insects is not well understood. Although CO2 has been demonstrated to influence egg-laying (oviposition)
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