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n-Nonadecane is used as a fragrance agent in cosmetics and perfumes. It is used by egg parasitoid Trissolcus basalis to discriminate between female and male hosts.
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Stefano Colazza; Gloria Aquila; Claudio De Pasquale; Ezio Peri; Jocelyn G Millar. The egg parasitoid Trissolcus basalis uses n-nonadecane, a cuticular hydrocarbon from its stink bug host Nezara viridula, to discriminate between female and male hosts. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 2007, 33, (7), 1405-1420.