Evidence that male sea lamprey increase pheromone release after perceiving a competitor: raw data, R-code, R analyses

Skye Fissette
Sexual signals evolve via selective pressures arising from male-male competition and female choice, including those originating from unintended receivers that detect the signal. For example, males can acquire information from other males signaling to females and alter their own signal. Relative to visual and acoustic signals, less is known about how such communication networks influence chemical signaling among animals. In sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus), chemical communication system is essential for reproduction, offering a useful system...
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