Xenobiotics and Chemical Ecology

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Xenobiotic studies the metabolic behaviour of the compounds whose chemical structure is not true in the predictable absorption arrangement of a given creature. They are secondary metabolites of other organisms or non-existent in nature or uncommon compounds. The Pharmacology is an order that studies Xenobiotics cell function in the organism due to its therapeutic on the other hand precautionary impacts (drugs).

Chemical ecology is the analysis of chemicals required in the interactions of living organisms. It focuses on the creation and reaction to flagging atoms, response to signaling molecules (i.e. semiochemicals) and toxins. Chemical ecology is one of the particular importance among ants and other social bugs - including wasps, honey bees and termites - as a means of communication essential to social organization. Also, this region of ecology deals with the studies of defensive chemicals, which are used to rebound potential predators or pathogens attacking a wide variety of species.

  • Xenotransplantation
  • Xenobiotic metabolism
  • Environmental xenobiotic
  • Defensive chemicals
  • Abiotic factors

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