Kairomone

A chemical or mixture of chemicals emitted by an organism (e.g. a plant) that induces a response in an individual of another species (e.g. an insect) that is beneficial to the receiving organism. An example of a kairomone is a plant scent that makes the plant more easily identifiable to an insect pest. (See also allomone)
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kairomone

Semiochemical that is produced by one organism inducing a response in an organism of another species that is unfavorable to the emitter. Related terms: allo
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kairomone

A subclass of pheromone, defined as an interspecific secretion which benefits the receiver. See allomone.
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kairomone

<endocrinology> A subclass of pheromone, defined as an interspecific secretion which benefits the receiver. ... See: allomone. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Kairomone

A kairomone is a semiochemical, emitted by an organism, which mediates interspecific interactions in a way that benefits an individual of another species which receives it, without benefiting the emitter. This "eavesdropping" is often disadvantageous to the producer (though other benefits of producing the substance may outweigh this cost, hence ..
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kairomone

Type: Term Pronunciation: kī′rō-mōn Definitions: 1. Chemical messenger emitted by organisms of one species that benefits or affects organisms of another species, a flower scent that attracts or repels animal species.
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Kairomone

An interspecific chemical messenger that benefits the receiver but not the emitter.
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