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Synomone

synomone –>
allomone
(Science: biochemistry) compound produced by one organism that affects, detrimentally, the behaviour of a member of another species.
If the benefit is to the recipient the substance is referred to as a kairomone, if both organisms benefit then it is a synomone.


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