Comparative biology of pheromonal communication

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: October 5, 2010

For those who are interested in the science of human pheromones, which includes cross-species comparisons, the reviews in this special issue may be important.
Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology

Volume 196, Number 10 / October 2010

Special Issue: Comparative biology of pheromonal communication in vertebrates

683-684 Editorial Matthieu Keller
685-700 Review Pheromones and signature mixtures: defining species-wide signals and variable cues for identity in both invertebrates and vertebrates Tristram D. Wyatt
701-711 Review Understanding behavioral responses of fish to pheromones in natural freshwater environments Nicholas S. Johnson and Weiming Li
713-727 Review Pheromonal communication in amphibians Sarah K. Woodley
729-749 Review Social behavior and pheromonal communication in reptiles Robert T. Mason and M. Rockwell Parker
751-766 Review Pheromones in birds: myth or reality? Samuel P. Caro and Jacques Balthazart
767-777 Review The rodent accessory olfactory system Carla Mucignat-Caretta
779-790 Review A pheromone to behave, a pheromone to learn: the rabbit mammary pheromone Gérard Coureaud, Rachel Charra, Frédérique Datiche, Charlotte Sinding and Thierry Thomas-Danguin, et al.

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