Pheromones and the VNO

Ron Blue rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU
Mon Aug 5 11:28:39 EST 1996

On 5 Aug 1996, Jim Kohl wrote:
> It is generally agreed that the VNO is a pheromone processing structure, 
> and that its main function is to help ensure properly timed reproductive 
> sexual behavior.
It seems to me that pheromones could be influenced by diet.  Should
a female prefer a male who has a behavioral trait of eating food
that is different from her own preference.  Ron Blue

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