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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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Top Trail Pheromones

May 20 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

There is no information on the chemical identity of the trail pheromone. It has been shown that bees are attracted to an ethanol extract of glass beads on which bees have stood to forage (Lecomte, 1957) and a dichloromethane extract of the deposit left...

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Complex Human Pheromones

April 13 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

Humans are more complex than insects and the chemicals inside sweat meet many of the criteria of pheromones. There’s strong evidence that it affects mood in women. Unfortunately, there are not enough people working on the chemistry of what s in the sweat...

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Insect and Mammal Pheromones

April 13 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

In 1930, writing many years before the explosion of knowledge about Insect and mammal pheromones, as ~ mentioned earlier, Daly, a psychoanalyst, and White, an entomologist, postulated that olfactory scents in born brain-programmed responses to pheromonal...

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The Real Science of Pheromones in Humans

April 13 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

I think the concept of not negotiating for her pheromone perfume is making it’s way into your head. You can talk from the inside of the concept, as you do in the first section, but then you slip and go back into the old mode in the second according to...

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Using Pheromones In Your Relationship

April 13 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

Being in a relationship with pheromones is different. It’s what they call pheromonal love, for whatever it is worth. And I’ve found that I’ve always fallen in love with pheromone attraction way more than just physical beauty. And one thing that draws...

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Olfactory Pheromones

April 6 2015 , Written by Mark Pommett Published on #pheromones

Special olfactory sensory cells on drone antennae respond to pheromones and to the mandibular gland secretion of queens (Beetsma and Schoonhoven, 1966; Boeckh et al., 1965; Ruttner and Kaissling, 1968). Pheromone response appears to be confined to the...

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