Xenobiotic and Chemical Ecology

The field of xenobiotic investigates the metabolic behaviour of substances whose chemical structures do not correspond to the predictable animal absorption patterns. They are unusual chemicals, non-existent in nature, or secondary metabolites of other species. Because of the potential therapeutic benefits as well as potential safety concerns, the branch of science known as pharmacology explores how  xenobiotic  affect organism cell function (drugs).

Analysing the chemicals that are necessary for living things to interact is known as chemical ecology. Its emphasis is on the production of and response to signalling atoms, signalling molecules (such as semiochemicals), and toxins. Chemical ecology is a communication mechanism that is crucial to social organisation of ants and other social insects, such as wasps, honey bees, and termites.

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