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QiuHualong,ZhaoDanyang,XuJinzhu,JieYuze,YangHua,LianTao,LaiGuodong,QinChangsheng
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Physiological mechanism of social insects behavior: nerve conduction,endocrine regulation, and genetic basis
Qiu Hualong,Zhao Danyang,Xu Jinzhu,Jie Yuze,Yang Hua,Lian Tao,Lai Guodong,Qin Changsheng
(Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Silviculture, Protection and Utilization/Guangdong Academy of Forestry, Guangzhou,)
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The complex behavior of social insects has been one of the focus in the field of animal behavior re- search. By means of caste differentiation and division of labor, social insects have occupied a favorable position in the evolution of nature. Meanwhile, the characteris- tics of the short reproductive cycle, high production rate, and relative simple physiological mechanisms compare to vertebrate make them a model for studying social behaviors of animal. However, the physiological and ge- netic mechanisms of social behavior have not been fully elucidated. The illumination of mechanisms underneath social behavior would not only improve the efficiency of human society to use the beneficial insects for the devel- opment of economic, society and the health of ecology, but also provide basic theory for the exploition of newly behavioral regulator for the management of forestry pests such as Odontotermes formosanus, Coptotermes formosanus and Solenopsis invicta, etc. Therefore, this article summarizes the behaviors of social insects, their nerve conduction, endocrine regulation, and genetic basis, with an aim of providing reference for related re- search.
Key words:  Social behavior · Pheromone · Hormone · Gene editing · Epigenetical regulation

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