Symposium: Chemical Ecology and Reverse Chemical Ecology
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Insect Chemical ecology is the study to examine the chemical interactions among insects and their environment. With the advances of the new technologies in next generation sequencing, cellular biology, neuroscience and biophysical methods, it continues to advance on fronts from the evolution, the molecular mechanism to the application. Reverse chemical ecology, an approach using chemosensory genes as target to elucidate behaviourally active compounds is gaining eminence in recent years. This symposium will timely review and highlight these progresses and provide new insights into this field.
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