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Recherche D'Une Substance Sexuellement Attractive Chez Les Gammares Du Groupe Pulex (Amphipodes, Gammaridea) 1)

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Both urine of attractive females and ecdysterone may act as a sexual pheromone in Gammarus. Depositing either of these substances on a non-attractive female may induce precopulation with a male which belongs to the same species. No difference was found in the biochemical composition of the urine of males, attractive females and non-attractive females. On the other hand a difference in pH exists between the urine of the males and that of the females.

Affiliations: 1: ) Laboratoire d'Ecologie et Dynamique des Populations, Département de Biologie animale et Zoologie, Université Claude-Bernard, 69621 Villeurbanne, France; 2: ) Laboratoire de Biochimie Dynamique (E.R.A. No. 266 du C.N.R.S.). Université Claude-Bernard, 69621, Villeurbanne, France

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2016-08-29

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