Supplemental data : Functional Conservation of an Insect Odorant Receptor Gene Family Member Across 250 Million Years of Evolution

@inproceedings{Jones2005SupplementalD,
  title={Supplemental data : Functional Conservation of an Insect Odorant Receptor Gene Family Member Across 250 Million Years of Evolution},
  author={Walton D Jones and T Nguyen and Brian T. Kloss and Kevin J. Lee and Leslie B. Vosshall},
  year={2005}
}
Humans tend to respond differently between each other to rewards being dished out unfairly in different social groups, yet little is known about the potential for such variation in other species. A new study has examined responses to such inequity in several groups of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). The study, by Sarah Brosnan, Hillary Schiff and Frans de… CONTINUE READING