Thursday, September 02, 2004
'A Mating Game in the Worm: Mate-Searching in C Elegans - a genetic model for sex drive in a simple invertebrate' shows that:
Sexually mature males when left alone on a food source (a nice plate of E. coli if you're interested) wandered off, presumably in search of a mate.
When a potential mate was present on the food source, though, they remained.
'Mate seeking behaviors at the most basic level' (Society for Neuroscience media release at Medical News Today, 26 August 2004)
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