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Data for "Effects of Azteca trigona alarm pheromones on heterospecific ant behavior"

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posted on 04.11.2021, 16:57 authored by Christopher FrostChristopher Frost, Stephen Yanoviak, Rachel Wells
Data and video files of behavioral responses of Canopy ant species individuals to volatile odors of Azteca trigona ants or control ambient air collected at Barro Colorado Island in Panama. Two videos provide a general examples of the experimental arena and protocol, and the difference between responses to control air and A. trigona headspace air. The single .csv file provides the specific behavioral responses of the individual ants observed and recorded during the behavioral trials.



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The Downside of Smelling for Danger: Fitness Costs of Plant Defense Priming via Plant-Plant Volatile Signaling

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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CAREER: Overcoming crown shyness: lianas determine ant community structure in the tropical rain forest canopy

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IOS-2101059: The Downside of Smelling for Danger: Fitness Costs of Plant Defense Priming via Plant-Plant Volatile Signaling

GRF-2018265609

The Downside of Smelling for Danger: Fitness Costs of Plant Defense Priming via Plant-Plant Volatile Signaling

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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