Pheromones

Chemical substance which when released by an animal influences the behaviour of other individuals of the same species, e.g. sex-pheromones, the sexual attractants of insects but pheromones may also elicit a mating response or aggregation response.

Pheromones

Chemical secretions from an animal to attract another, or display territory boundaries.
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pheromones

Chemical substances which, when secreted by an individual into the environment, cause specific reactions in other individuals, usually of the same species. The substances relate only to multicellular organisms. This includes kairomones. Allomones are repellent pheromones. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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pheromones

pheromones, any of a variety of substances, secreted by many animal species, that alter the behavior of individuals of the same species. Sex attractant pheromones, secreted by a male or female to attract the opposite sex, are widespread among insects. The pheromones produced by males include a subst...
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Pheromones

A chemical secreted by an animal, especially an insect, that influences the behavior or development of others of the same species, often functioning as an attractant of the opposite sex.
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pheromones

Chemical secretions that elicit a specific behavioral response (often attraction) in another individual of the same species.
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Pheromones

Chemical secretions from an animal to attract another, or display territory boundaries.
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pheromones

Scent produced to initiate sexual activity
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Pheromones

chemical substances secreted from glands and used as a means of communication. Honey bees secrete many different pheromones.
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Pheromones

Chemical signals that travel between organisms rather than between cells within an organism; serve a
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Pheromones

Chemical signals released by organisms to communicate with other members of the species; often serve as long-distance sexual attractors.
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