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Acknowledgments: The authors thank Dr. Consuelo Arellano (NCSU Dept. of Statistics) for guidance in statistical analyses and Michael Bissinger (NCSU Department of Art and Design) for help with preparation of figures.
Disclosure: Dr. R. Michael Roe, a co-author on this paper, is the inventor of the US EPA registered active ingredient (2-undecanone) in BioUD. This statement is made in the interest of full disclosure and not because the author considers this to be a conflict of interest.
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