New Discovery: Ants ‘vomiting’ Into Each Other To Form A Social Relationship

New research shows that vomiting behavior into each other's mouth is not only to transmit food for each other but also to form a social relationship in 9: 00/3: 08 narrays illustration: dailymailtheo page In the new study, Mrs. Adria Leboeuf, director of the Social Luu Luu Laboratory at the University of Friborg in Switzerland, said the majority of insects had first guts, the middle and intestinal gut. However, with social insects, the previous intestine has become a "social stomach" type. The inner intestinal foods are both digested, and the previous intestine food is to share them from each other

. in high social species like ants. In such an exchange, nutrients and proteins are transmitted from this "social stomach" to another. Through a series of acts of exchanging this food, knot into a social circulation system, connecting members in ants with each other
In an ant, can take 20 times of this food exchange in just a minute. An ants with at least thousands of kiens.Ba Leboeuf said: "Five years ago, we published the study saying that the physical exchange behavioral behavior is not only how to communicate each other, but Also transmissions hormones, signs of recognition of the same group, small RNA and other things ". Instead, they are creating digestive social networks, in which continuous recirculation information and energy through ants for antibiotics. This phenomenon is very similar to how the human brain secretens hormones into transmission in the circulatory system to get to the liver. An ants are not only a collection of ants, but also a "supermarket by nest", ie The whole industry works as a body. Like the human body with tissue and agencies to perform tasks to achieve common goals, various duties can be considered as a part of the super creature. There are food seeking, taking care of children and ants with anger ..
to help find out why the opinion shares the feed in front, scientists have discovered that the proteins they exchanged are interlected Interesting a personal role in the organization is not or related to the life cycle of the Kien. In the majority of recent experiments, Leboeuf and his colleagues analyzed food in the social stomach of wood turbidity at all Ants in nature and in the laboratory. Through the samples, they identified 519 protein types transmitted in ants, 27 types in all samples. Themed workers seem to find food, turning food that is specific proteins and then transmitted to other children. When ants are larger, the more nutrients are stored. Mature does not even need to eat, just slowly digest these stored proteins. The research results shows that some unique members have Can do circulating work for other children's benefits. There are foods eaten by this child but appear in another child and the researchers think this is very interesting. For example, the team found that the workers have a higher concentration of storage protein than the workers, but the workers are producing these proteins faster. The rescue system such as nutrition exchange in ants can help the houses science better than circulating work is divided into single creatures. Research is posted on November 2 on ELIFE magazine.

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