Pheromones
Central European pests are migrating northward  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
The nun moth was only a rare inhabitant in Finland only 20 years ago. As a winner of climate change, its population growth has been rapid—as confirmed by pheromone trappings in summer 2019. more
Pheromone darcin changes brains of female mice  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 weeks
Pheromones are chemicals that animals produce to change the behavior of another animal of the same species. Many species use these chemicals to communicate information about the location, sexual, and social status of potential... more
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