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I've read about androstenone being the male aggression pheromone, but I'm not familiar with alpha and beta androstenone. How are they different from regular androstenone?

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I've read about androstenone being the male aggression pheromone, but I'm not familiar with alpha and beta androstenone. How are they different from regular androstenone?

 

 

The one that you refer to as "regular" androstenone is alpha androstenone. I am sure that Ail or someone with more scientific knowledge could give you a more detailed explanation and/or correct me if I'm wrong, but I THINK that beta -none is not quite as agressive as alpha -none. I beleive I read that somewhere, but can't remember exactly.

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