The vomeronasal organ VNO is important for activating accessory olfactory pathways that are involved in sexually dimorphic mating behavior. The VNO of male garter snakes is critically important for detection of, and response to, female sex pheromones. In the present study, under voltage-clamp conditions, male snake VNO neurons were stimulated with female sexual attractiveness pheromone. The amplitude of the inward current was dose dependent, and the relationship could be fitted by the Hill equation.
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How Snakes Work
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Red-sided garter snakes have a strange mating ritual. As they emerge from hibernation in spring, thousands of male snakes will desperately rush the females in an epic battle to reproduce. With up to 10, snakes living in a single den, the sight is mind-blowing as snakes literally carpet the ground. Female snakes release pheromones from their skin as they slither along the ground, luring males who track her scent using an organ in their mouths. They court her by flicking their tongues and rubbing their chins along her body as she tries to escape. Eventually, the lucky guy who manages to get closest will insert his sperm into the female, sometimes leaving behind a plug that stops others from mating with her.
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On a Snake-Lined Beach, Scientists Learn Why Females Live Longer Than Males
One might think having no limbs would put a damper on the love life, but not for snakes. When a female snake is ready to mate, she begins to release a special scent pheromones from skin glands on her back. As she goes about her daily routine, she leaves an odor trail as she pushes off resistance points on the ground See Getting Around. If a sexually mature male catches her scent, he will follow her trail until he finds her. The male snake begins to court the female by bumping his chin on the back of her head and crawling over her.
A cross the animal kingdom, females generally enjoy longer lives than males. An investigation published Wednesday in Science Advances uncovers an explanation in balmy Orchid Island, off the coast of Taiwan, where territorial snakes revealed how aggression can shorten a lifespan. Wen-san Huang, Ph.