From pheromones to behavior.

@article{Tirindelli2009FromPT,
  title={From pheromones to behavior.},
  author={Roberto Tirindelli and Michele Dibattista and Simone Pifferi and Anna Menini},
  journal={Physiological reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={89 3},
  pages={
          921-56
        }
}
In recent years, considerable progress has been achieved in the comprehension of the profound effects of pheromones on reproductive physiology and behavior. Pheromones have been classified as molecules released by individuals and responsible for the elicitation of specific behavioral expressions in members of the same species. These signaling molecules, often chemically unrelated, are contained in body fluids like urine, sweat, specialized exocrine glands, and mucous secretions of genitals. The… CONTINUE READING

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