The molecular biology of how nutrient chemicals calibrate the survival of individuals and how the metabolism of nutrients to pheromones that standardizes and controls species survival appears to link the nature and nurture of receptor-mediated behavioral development across species.
The model is the same for the development of species specific behaviors that depend on proper nutrition and nutrient metabolism to species specific pheromones.
A few minutes spent watching this video will leave you very informed about some complex issues in behavioral development that are linked to the epigenetic effects of food odors and social odors on genetically predisposed behaviors.
Epigenetic influences of nutrition and socialization on intracellular signalling pathways link epigenetic cause directly to gene activation and stochastic gene expression are required for genetically predisposed phenotypic changes in the body and behavior of organisms from microbes to man.
“The honeybee is a model organism for understanding the epigenetic link from food odors and social odors to neural networks of the mammalian brain, which ultimately determine human behavior.”
The honeybee has emerged as a model organism that links chemical stimuli from flowers, foods, and animals to survival of all species.
a mixture of androsterone and androstenol influences women’s flirtatious behaviors and increases their level of attraction
Our mixture characterizes species-specific human pheromones, their epigenetic effects on physiology, and their affect on behavior.