Symposium: Hormones and behavior in insects: mediation and potential disruption
Hormones can mediate numerous behaviors (mating, contest, sociality…). However, the individual or combined actions of Juvenile Hormones and ecdysteroids on behaviors is still largely unknown in insects. Complementary techniques, such as hormone quantification, manipulation (antagonists, RNAi, CRISPR…) and -omics approach, are developed to increase our understanding of how hormones control behaviors. Due to intensive agriculture and anthropisation, insects can be exposed to different endocrine disruptors. Studying the effects of these contaminants on their behavior is thus a current major issue
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