Pheromones are a chemical substance comparable to hormones. They are produced by animals and some plants. They act as a message transmitted between species.
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The term pheromones was defined by the German biochemist Peter Karlson and the Swiss entomologist Martin Lüscher8 in 1959 from the Greek roots: pherein (transport) and hormon (excite).
Thus, pheromones were initially defined as: “substances secreted by individuals and which, received by other individuals of the same species, cause a specific reaction, behaviour or biological modification