The last fifteen or twenty years have witnessed an increasing amount of research on the role of chemical signals in the social behavior of animals. The present article attempts to present a survey of the information available at this time. General aspects have been discussed in a number of books and reviews (1–16). In this review only behavioral aspects of semiochemicals (for definition see next section) will be discussed. Purely chemical aspects such as isolation, identification and synthesis will be omitted. For reviews of the techniques and results used in chemical investigations see (17–37).


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  • L. F. Alves
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  1. 1.Rio de JaneiroBrasil

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