The smell of hunger: Norway rats provision social partners based on odour cues of need - Fig 3
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Principal component analysis of 27 biologically relevant olfactory compounds (a) and the 7 significantly different compounds (b) in the odour of hungry (orange/light) and satiated (purple/dark) rats (for raw data, see S2 Data). Ellipses mark Hotelling's T2 (95%). Dots are marked with individual IDs, with individuals with the same letter in the name being housed in the same group, and the numbers behind underscores depicting the sample sequence (_1 or _2).