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No evidence that recruitment pheromone modulates olfactory, visual, or spatial learning in the ant Lasius niger

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Koch, Alexandra ; Kabas, Melanie ; Czaczkes, Tomer J.
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Pheromones are perhaps the most common form of intraspecific communication in the animal kingdom and used in various contexts. Their modulatory potential on cognitive processes has been demonstrated in both vertebrates and invertebrates. Particularly interesting in this regard are social insects, due to their extensive use of pheromones to organise collective behaviour. Recruitment pheromones ...


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