The Wonder Chemical
The study of pheromones represents one of the most fascinating areas of reproductive biology. The term pheromone is used to refer to any chemical substance produced by a living organism, that triggers a change in the sexual behavior of another organism, of the same species, but of the opposite sex.
Latest Publication and Research on PheromonesEvolution of olfactory receptors. - Published by PubMed
The smell of love in Drosophila. - Published by PubMed
Structure of the Mouse Sex Peptide Pheromone ESP1 Reveals a Molecular Basis for Specific Binding to the Class-C G-Protein-Coupled Vomeronasal Receptor. - Published by PubMed
Is the rapid post-mating inhibition of pheromone response triggered by ecdysteroids or other factors from the sex accessory glands in the male moth Agrotis ipsilon? - Published by PubMed
The role of pheromonal responses in rodent behavior: future directions for the development of laboratory protocols. - Published by PubMed