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The role of chemoreception in mole cricket mate recognition has not been studied, but many cricket species use cuticular pheromones in close range intra-specific recognition (Otte & Cade 1976; Rence & Loher 1977; Hardy & Shaw 1983; Tregenza & Wedell 1997).
Chemoreception in decapod crustacean and chemical feeding stimulants as potential feeds additives.
This system, which includes the arcuate nucleus, regulates chemoreception and respiratory drive and mediates homeostatic responses to challenges such as hypoxia, hypercapnia, or asphyxia.
Using a recently developed method of blocking vomeronasal chemoreception, we found that SICS behaviors occur independent of the functional state of the VNS.
Chemoreception in the food-searching and feeding behavior of the red hake, Urophycis chuss (Walbaum).
Key words: allergic rhinitis, carbon dioxide, chemoreception, sex, irritation, nose, sick building syndrome, trigeminal, upper airway, VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
at the annual meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences.
SWEETENERS - DISCOVERY, MOLECULAR DESIGN and CHEMORECEPTION.
Smith holds memberships in the National Association of Managed Care Physicians, American College of Physician Executives, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society for Neuroscience, and the Association for Chemoreception Sciences and has been published extensively.
These structures increase in density, covered surface, and distribution during ontogeny and should be related to chemoreception and mechanoreception.
The project will study the chemoreception of (apolar) arrestants (host related cues) and feeding stimulatory chemicals by | parasitic wasps (parasitoids) and the variation in the response to those compounds at the periphera/sensory level due to learning/experience.
Early work by Moran & Brown (1973) on Trioza erytreae (Del Guercio), an African citrus-feeding psyllid, illustrated that antennal chemoreception of volatile plant secondary compounds was important but that antennal tip gustation might also be involved.
The course will also cover chemoreception, the stereochemical theory of odor, the vibrational theory of odor, the olfactory gene family, signal transduction: how an odor molecule in the air is transformed into a signal and emotion in the brain.
In turn, SentiSearch and the Universities will together provide proprietary assay technologies and knowledge in the field of chemoreception in insects.