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In a paper published in the journal NatureHarvard scientists said the results suggested that male sexual behaviour was hardwired into the female mouse brain. They said it seemed gemale normal male female seduction of the sensory organ known as the vomeronasal organ repressed these male characteristics in the females.

When this organ was genetically switched off in females, the courtship and sexual tactics they used were decidedly masculine. Females who had this organ disabled also displayed sdduction lack of nesting and nursing behaviours typical of their sex.

And while lactating females normally attack male intruders and reject their sexual advances, the females in this experiment appeared ready male female seduction more action. The results are not likely to translate to the human bedroom - humans do not have a vomeronasal organ.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. The vomeronasal organ detects pheromones, the chemical signals used by mice to attract mates.

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