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- I am sure this was the allomone – a chemical evolved in the plant to exactly mimic the female wasp's sexual pheromone, and made perceptible to the human nose by the heat of the lamp. ***.
- Silent and Deadly: Fatal Farts Immobilize Prey
- In the words of neuropteran expert Professor John Oswald: “the gaseous allomone story in larval berothids still requires further investigation and confirmation.” Several kinds of lacewing relatives have anal attack plans.
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- Thank you, Lassie for saving my life! And thank you Rover, Spot, Fido, Benji, and Snoopy. We can all shout this refrain, not just those pulled from a burning building or comforted by slobbery kisses.
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- Yes, maggots are creepy, crawly, and slimy. But that slime is a remarkable healing balm, used by battlefield surgeons for centuries to close wounds. Now, researchers say they've figured out how the fly larvae work their magic: They suppress our immune ...
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- En 2003, les chercheurs d'IRsea isolaient un sémiochimique, la Ddra (Duck Dermanyssus Repellent Allomone) produit dans les glandes uropygiales du canard. Les études menées en laboratoire puis en élevage infesté ont permis de montrer que la Ddra ...
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