One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Red-backed salamanders, Plethodon cinereus, use territorial advertisement in the form of agonistic displays and pheromonal scent marking as a mechanism for intraspecific interference competition.’
- ‘Urine signals, excreted through nephropores located near the base of the antennae, are a likely source of pheromonal cues in decapods.’
- ‘Many extant tetrapods communicate intraspecifically via a mixture of pheromonal and non-pheromonal cues.’
- ‘Thus, females that attempted to avoid courtship (as predicted under the hypothesis of sexual conflict) might be able to do so by selecting sites with fewer pheromonal cues from males.’
- ‘Interest in pheromonal effects in women has been aroused by McClintock's famous demonstration of influences of armpit compounds of donor women on cycle length of recipients.’
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