V. E. Varlamov

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Chemical stimuli (glutamate, glycine, cAMP, and AMP) cause slow and pronounced changes in thermostability of the organisms ofDaphnia magna andEnchytraeus albidus, which can be explained by(More)
Population density in aquatic and terrestrial animals is known to be regulated by pheromones, i.e., chemical signals emitted by individual animals (Shvarts and Pyastolova, 1970; Shvarts et al. ,(More)
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