Comparing scent glands in marals: An in-depth examination


N.D. Ovcharko*

Scent glands hold a pivotal position in the communication and survival strategies of numerous animal species. These highly specialized glands generate distinct chemical compounds that convey vital details about an individual's identity, reproductive condition, and territorial claims. Among the diverse wildlife species, the maral, a type of deer found in various habitats, has piqued the curiosity of researchers studying scent glands. This article embarks on a comprehensive journey to compare and contrast scent glands in marals, uncovering insights into their morphological diversity, functional roles, and evolutionary importance. [ sonra d�n)

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