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Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, Volume 6

Proceedings
Edited By: RL Doty and D Müller-Schwarze
Publisher: Plenum
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, Volume 6
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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF CHEMOSENSORY SYSTEMS: Action of Sucrose on the Salty Taste Response (K. Tonosaki). BODY FLUIDS AND SCENT GLAND CHEMISTRY: Chemical Analysis of PreyDerived Vomeronasal Stimulants (D. Wang et al.). DEVELOPMENT OF CHEMOSENSORY SYSTEM STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION: Olfactory Receptors in Acipenseridae Fish Larvae (G.A. Pyatkina). SEMIOCHEMICALS AND THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATABILITY COMPLEX: MHC Control of Odortypes in the Mouse (K. Yamazaki). SEMIOCHEMICALS AND THE ENDOCRINE PROCESSES: Chemosignals and Reproduction in Adult Female House Mice (L.C. Drickamer). CHEMICAL REPELLENTS AND CHEMOSENSORY AVERSIONS. BEHAVIOR AND CHEMICALLY MEDICATED SOCIAL COMMUNICATION: Fish. Reptiles. Amphibia. Birds. Mammals: Cetaceans, Rodents, Lagomorphs, Ungulates, and Carnivores. Mammals: Humans. 86 additional articles. Index.

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Proceedings
Edited By: RL Doty and D Müller-Schwarze
Publisher: Plenum
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