I think there’s something to De Loof’s claims. It’s interesting that E and 20-E produce slightly different effects on yellowing, and that CC extracts from males and females have different effects on solitary males. It’s still not certain what this means, and it could still be possible that male locusts just react differently to the same hormones than females. It’s still possible that the receptors are different, and there aren’t any hormones unique to males. A lot of good biochemistry work needs to be done to sort this out.
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