Chemical Ecology

Chemical ecology is the investigation of chemicals required in the interactions of living organisms. It focuses on the creation of and reaction to flagging atoms and poisons. Chemical ecology is of particular importance among ants and other social bugs - including honey bees, wasps, and termites - as a means of communication essential to social organization, furthermore in creepy crawly parasitoids. Also, this region of ecology deals with studies involving defensive chemicals, which are used to deflect potential predators or pathogens attacking a wide variety of species. Other aspects of chemical biology manage concoction reactions of living beings to abiotic factors such as temperature and radiation.

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