The Science Behind Pheromones
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krishparmard
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01-12-2010, 09:12 AM


Today, there are many pheromones products in the market, and you most probably wonder what these products, such as the Nexus Pheromones, are for.

The word pheromone originates from theGreek words “pherein” (to transfer) and “hormon” (to stimulate). Coined by experts Adolf Butenandt and Peter Karlson in 1959, this term describes the chemical signals among living organisms that elicit response from the physiology or behavior of other members. Pheromones are chemical substances generated by one living organism and are transmitted to other organisms that belong in one species. Pheromones are substances that usually ignite the sexual urge among animals or people.
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29-06-2011, 09:44 AM

can i download this one and use it as my topic for our seminar and presentation class?
thanks. all the best!
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