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Extensive Use of Pheromones

August 29 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

The extensive use of pheromones for boll weevil control may not only cause a serious problem of environmental pollution, but often causes a drastic reduction of natural biological agents that would otherwise hold other agricultural pests in check. The...

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Pheromone Glands

August 28 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

Platyrrhine monkeys use the pheromone gland, analogous to our axilla, to mark out territory, and size is a measure of male dominance. The human tendency to attack and remove both body hairs and the prepuce as unesthetic may conceivably reflect an unconscious...

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The Top Female Pheromones

August 27 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #Pheromones

Let us talk about top female pheromones. Female opponents: time preference P = 0.012; sniffing preference P = 0.004; marking preference P= 0.004). This shows that they could discriminate between the scent marks of two adults of the same sex (Epple, '1973a)....

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Pheromones in Context

August 27 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

Despite all that, pheromones are NOT magic spills. My tip to you is NOT to jump on everything. All products sound very promising if you read the forums on pherotruth but resist the temptation of buying everything at once. In other words, don't do my mistake...

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