ABSTRACT Communication is vital in the context of everyday life for all organisms, but particularly so in social insects, such as Z. nevadensis. The overall lifestyle and need for altruistic acts of individuals within a colony depends primarily on intracolony chemical communication, with a focus on odorants.
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- McGlone, Taylor (Author)
- Liebig, Juergen (Thesis director)
- Ghaninia, Majid (Committee member)
- Barrett, The Honors College (Contributor)
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