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1974; Menn 1980). , agents that affect insect feeding behavior (feeding deterrents or antifeedants) and insect growth regulators, which specifically disrupt the endocrinological balance of insects. This effort to develop insectspecific "antibiotics" reflects a more enlightened view and a departure from more traditional "shotgun" approaches to pest control. Many plant chemicals deter insects from feeding (Nakanishi 1975, 1980, 1982; Meinwald et al. 1978; Schoonhoven 1982). Although none ofthese chemicals (antifeedants) has yet been developed commercially for this purpose, some have the potential.