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The development of agonistic behavior in male golden hamsters : from behavior to brain  Taravosh-Lahn, Kereshmeh (2008-08) ... puberty is marked by dramatic changes in agonistic behavior. Attack frequency gradually decreases as agonistic behavior evolves ... Browsing by Subject "Agonistic behavior in animals". 0-9. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. S. T. U. V. W. ...
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IDEALS @ Illinois: Agonistic Behavior of the Big Clawed Snapping Shrimp (Alpheus Heterochaelis, Say) With Special Reference to...IDEALS @ Illinois: Agonistic Behavior of the Big Clawed Snapping Shrimp (Alpheus Heterochaelis, Say) With Special Reference to...

Agonistic Behavior of the Big Clawed Snapping Shrimp (Alpheus Heterochaelis, Say) With Special Reference to Aggressive and ... Agonistic Behavior of the Big Clawed Snapping Shrimp (Alpheus Heterochaelis, Say) With Special Reference to Aggressive and ... Agonistic Behavior of the Big Clawed Snapping Shrimp (Alpheus Heterochaelis, Say) With Special Reference to Aggressive and ... Sexual Behavior (Part I) and Communicative Behavior (Part II). Welcome to the IDEALS Repository. ...
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Long term reduction of male agonistic behavior in mice following early by J Yanai and B E. Ginsburg"Long term reduction of male agonistic behavior in mice following early" by J Yanai and B E. Ginsburg

Yanai, J and Ginsburg, B E., "Long term reduction of male agonistic behavior in mice following early exposure to ethanol." ( ... Long term reduction of male agonistic behavior in mice following early exposure to ethanol. ...
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Psicothema -   TIME COURSE OF THE EFFECTS OF HALOPERIDOL ON AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR IN MALE MICEPsicothema - TIME COURSE OF THE EFFECTS OF HALOPERIDOL ON AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR IN MALE MICE

Key words: Haloperidol, Aggression, Agonistic Behavior, Mice, Time-course.. Curso temporal de los efectos del Haloperidol sobre ... studying its actions on agonistic behavior in male mice at 30 minutes, at 24 and at 48 hours after administration. When the ... Physiology and Behavior, 53, 1055-1059.. Olivier. B., van Dalen, D. and Hartog, J. (1986). A new class of psychotropic drugs: ... Physiology and Behavior, 47(2), 281-285.. Mugford, R. A. and Nowell, N. M. (1970). Pheromones and their effect on aggression in ...
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Frontiers | The use of multiple sources of social information in contest behavior: testing the social cognitive abilities of a...Frontiers | The use of multiple sources of social information in contest behavior: testing the social cognitive abilities of a...

Francis, R. C. (1983). Experimental effects on agonistic behavior in the paradise fish, Macropodus opercularis. Behaviour 85, ... If the fish C exhibited submissive behaviors against A, but if it exhibited aggressive behaviors against B, the prediction from ... In the test phase, A1 and B2 or A2 and B1 were allowed to be visually interacted and their behaviors were recorded (12 pairs). ... The behavior of the losing fish in Experiment 5, which did not have direct experience with its rival, was identical to those of ...
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RE: Bone-eating (was RE: T.rex was a chicken)RE: Bone-eating (was RE: T.rex was a 'chicken')

Bite marks on other bones show this to be ,, the case (as in *Sinraptor* agonistic behavior, a ,, *Triceratops* ilium and ... Yep, it helps to remember that there are many different behaviors that can , lead to getting access to bone marrow. Among ... These animals have oral anatomy or ,, behaviors that are specialized to processing the bone or by ,, processing what it within ... and this behavior requires not only strong dentition, but the , ability to resist high stresses at the point of contact between ...
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Fear Aggression By Dogs Directed Toward People - PetPlaceFear Aggression By Dogs Directed Toward People - PetPlace

... probably because of their greater propensity for agonistic behavior toward animals. Although the early period of life provides ... Genetic factors. Some breeds and breed lines are quite well known for anxious and fearful behavior. In general, herding breeds ... He also learns, from strangers reactions, that a strategy of intimidation works, so he intensifies his repellent behavior. ... may be more at risk of developing fearful behaviors than other breeds, though any dog may become fearful and aggressive to ...
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How Prestige Ru[i]ns Our World, Part 1 - Consequential -ismsHow Prestige Ru[i]ns Our World, Part 1 - Consequential -isms

From Agonistic Behavior to Dominance Hierarchy: An Evolutionary Parable. Picture a wild animal of your morphological choosing. ... Alt-Right animal behavior anthropology biology consequentialism cosmopolitanism egalitarianism ethics evolution Far Left far ... Categories Prestige CompetitionTags animal behavior, biology, evolution, hierarchy, human evolution, politics, psychology, ... In the posts to follow, I want to hypothesize a bit about hierarchy-related behavior and affect in humans and how technology ...
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Competition Between Native and Exotic Daphnia by Jennifer Lynne Cacka"Competition Between Native and Exotic Daphnia" by Jennifer Lynne Cacka

Does level of parasitism influence agonistic behavior of males in male-male interactions? and (3) Is parasitism associated with ... I studied the behavior of the Ozark zigzag salamander (Plethodon angusticlavius), that was naturally infected with the larval ... These data taken together indicate that subtle alterations in behavior of infected individuals may have potential fitness ... Behavior of males and females was influenced by their levels of infection. In experiment 2, levels of aggression for males with ...
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Inversion of initial dominance relationships following the interchange of roles of resident and intruder within pairs of male...Inversion of initial dominance relationships following the interchange of roles of resident and intruder within pairs of male...

Relation between prior agonistic intensity upon subsequent aggressive levels in winners and losers of dyads of male Green ... Biology , Animal Behavior. Biology , Ethology. ID Code:. 1933. Deposited By:. Beaugrand, Jacques. ...
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Breeding territory quality and agonistic behavior: effects of energy availability and intruder pressure in hummingbirds |...Breeding territory quality and agonistic behavior: effects of energy availability and intruder pressure in hummingbirds |...

The relative importance of food a vailability and intruder pressure on breeding territorial behavior was studied in two ... Food Addition Agonistic Behavior Energy Availability Territorial Behavior Territory Quality These keywords were added by ... Breeding territory quality and agonistic behavior: effects of energy availability and intruder pressure in hummingbirds. ... Stiles FG, Wolf LL (1979) Ecology and evolution of lek mating behavior in the long-tailed hermit hummingbird. AOU Ornitol ...
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Agonistic behavior and electrical stimulation of the antennae induces Fos-like protein expression in the male cricket brain.  -...Agonistic behavior and electrical stimulation of the antennae induces Fos-like protein expression in the male cricket brain. -...

Agonistic behavior and electrical stimulation of the antennae induces Fos-like protein expression in the male cricket brain.. ... Continuous agonistic interaction increased c-Fos/FRA protein expression in the brains of subordinate males compared to control ... control male crickets and of dominant and subordinate male crickets sacrificed at different time periods following an agonistic ... whether the expression of c-Fos/FRAs is increased in the brains of adult male Acheta domesticus crickets following agonistic ...
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Effects of group composition on agonistic behavior of captive pigtail macaques  Macaca
      nemestrina.Effects of group composition on agonistic behavior of captive pigtail macaques Macaca nemestrina.

Agonistic behavior * Aggression . Control role. ABSTRACT We surveyed agonistic behaviors of 20 captive groups of pigtail ... exerted no detectable influence on agonistic behavior. Fear/submission behaviors occurred infrequently; we detected no ... Research on agonistic behavior of captive groups of nonhuman primates can be of practical value by providing evidence helpful ... Effects of group composition on agonistic behavior of captive pigtail macaques Macaca nemestrina.. код для вставки. код для ...
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The development of agonistic behavior in male golden hamsters : from behavior to brainThe development of agonistic behavior in male golden hamsters : from behavior to brain

... puberty is marked by dramatic changes in agonistic behavior. Attack frequency gradually decreases as agonistic behavior evolves ... The development of agonistic behavior in male golden hamsters : from behavior to brain. ... Together, these data examine the role of the serotonergic system on the development of agonistic behavior. ... In adults, acute Fluoxetine treatment inhibited aggressive behavior at all doses. In juveniles, only the highest dose reduced ...
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Effects of Exogenous Testosterone on the Scent-Marking and Agonistic Behaviors of White-Tailed Deer | Springer for Research &...Effects of Exogenous Testosterone on the Scent-Marking and Agonistic Behaviors of White-Tailed Deer | Springer for Research &...

... exhibit signpost marking behavior during both the sexually active and quiescent periods (Marchinton et al. 1990, Ozoga 1989). ... Effects of Exogenous Testosterone on the Scent-Marking and Agonistic Behaviors of White-Tailed Deer. ... Effects of Exogenous Testosterone on the Scent-Marking and Agonistic Behaviors of White-Tailed Deer. In: Doty R.L., Müller- ... Altmann, J. 1974, Observational study of behavior: sampling methods. Behaviour, 49: 227 - 267.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
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Hormonal regulation of agonistic and affiliative behavior in female Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus) | RTIHormonal regulation of agonistic and affiliative behavior in female Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus) | RTI

... have been implicated in the regulation of social behaviors. The purpose of the present study was to examine hormonal substrates ... Hormonal regulation of agonistic and affiliative behavior in female Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). ... All hormonal treatments reduced agonistic behaviors when compared to SALOIL, although none of the hormonal treatments restored ... Razzoli, M., Cushing, BS., Carter Porges, C., & Valsecchi, P. (2003). Hormonal regulation of agonistic and affiliative behavior ...
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Frontiers | Differential serotonergic modulation of two types of aggression in weakly electric fish | Frontiers in Behavioral...Frontiers | Differential serotonergic modulation of two types of aggression in weakly electric fish | Frontiers in Behavioral...

... framework to study how conserved circuits and neurochemical mediators control species-specific and context-dependent behavior. ... Agonistic aggression has provided an excellent framework to study how conserved circuits and neurochemical mediators control ... species-specific and context-dependent behavior. The principal inhibitory control upon aggression is serotonin (5-HT) dependent ... Serotonergic control of agonistic behavior differs between the solitary G. omarorum and the gregarious B. gauderio. As each ...
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https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Chapter+19+Horse+behavior+and+training.-a0184379170https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Chapter+19+Horse+behavior+and+training.-a0184379170

by Equine Science, 3rd ed.; Business Animal behavior Management Horse training Methods Horses Behavior Training ... agonistic behavior, mimicry behavior, investigative behavior, grooming behavior, and sleep and rest behavior. Also note any ... agonistic behavior allelomimetic behavior barn sour conditioned response cue eliminative behavior epimeletic behavior flehmen ... Agonistic Behavior Agonistic behavior includes fighting, flight, and other reactions associated with conflict. In all species ...
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Inter Research » Journals » AB » About the JournalInter Research » Journals » AB » About the Journal

Behavior: Orientation in space and time; migrations; feeding and reproductive behavior; agonistic behavior. ...
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House finch - WikipediaHouse finch - Wikipedia

"Agonistic Behavior in the House Finch. Part I: Annual Cycle and Display Patterns" (PDF). The Condor. University of California ... He may then present the female with choice bits of food, and if she mimics the behavior of a hungry chick, he may actually feed ... "Observations on Nesting Behavior of the House Finch" (PDF). The Condor. University of California Press/Cooper Ornithological ...
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House finch - WikipediaHouse finch - Wikipedia

"Agonistic Behavior in the House Finch. Part I: Annual Cycle and Display Patterns" (PDF). The Condor. University of California ... He may then present the female with choice bits of food, and if she mimics the behavior of a hungry chick, he may actually feed ... "Observations on Nesting Behavior of the House Finch" (PDF). The Condor. University of California Press/Cooper Ornithological ...
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Channel catfish - WikipediaChannel catfish - Wikipedia

These cells do not open directly to the surface of the skin, but injury caused by fighting and other agonistic behaviors may ... 2006). "Agonistic Behavior and Acoustic Communication". Communication in Fishes. 1: 121-148. Fine, Michael L. (1996). " ... Feeding behavior to food is due to amino acids released by food. It is reported that this causes maxillary and mandibular ... Different sounds may be used for different functions in communication, such as in behavior towards predators and in asserting ...
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Mexican howler - WikipediaMexican howler - Wikipedia

in the American Journal of Primatology; November 2001 Klein, L. L. (1974). Agonistic behavior in neotropical primates. In ... The Mexican howler exhinbits limited interaction with members of its species and very minor aggressive behavior. There is ... Females also show aggression when asserting dominance, though this is usually limited to harassment behavior like hair pulling ...
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Sialis Glossary (terms related to bluebirding): what is a... (definitions) ornithologySialis Glossary (terms related to bluebirding): what is a... (definitions) ornithology

Agonistic behavior: combative, as in fighting over nest sites. *AHY: After Hatch Year (bird age) ... Infanticide (al behavior): Adult kills babies (not for food), an uncommon behavior in birds. House Sparrows and House Wrens ... Stereotyped behavior: distinctive behaviors consistently used in a certain situatino, like a courtship display (wing waving by ... Sidling: a behavior that usually occurs near a nest, where the owner (e.g., a starling) moves or hops along a branch or wire ( ...
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Oreamnos americanusOreamnos americanus

Agonistic behavior among mountain goats foraging in winter. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 66: 2585-2588. [80373]. 96. Meehan, ... Relationships between group size, feeding times, and agonistic behavior of mountain goats. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 63: ... Social behavior: Groups of mountain goats within a herd are commonly referred to as bands. Bands may consist of ,100 ... On the rutting behavior of the mountain goat. Journal of Mammalogy. 45: 551-568. [80303]. 45. Gilbert, Brian A.; Raedeke, ...
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