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ADAMS, A. E., and ALLEN, B. C. The thyrotropic potency of the mouse anterior pituitary: 90-91. ADAMSTONE, F. B. The relation of vitamin E to the effectiveness of testosterone injections in caponized male fowl: 145-146. BLAIR, A. P. Isolating mechanisms in two species of toads: 105-106. BLANDAU, R....

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Anatomical Record, 1940, 78, pp 39-181
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Ruzzante, D. E.
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Aquaculture, 1994, 120, 1/2, pp 1-24
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The relative contributions of genetic and socio-cultural factors in determining behaviour have proved to be extremely difficult to study experimentally. Experiments were carried out to examined the strength of genetic and cultural (imitative) factors in determining female mate choice in the guppy (...

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Dugatkin, L. A.
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1996, 93, 7, pp 2770-2773
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Two broods of a laboratory stock of the Oreochromis mossambicus (Mozambique tilapia) were studied in order to obtain data on the relationship between social status and male secondary sex traits (morphological and behavioural) at the onset of sexual maturation. Fish differing in social status...

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Oliveira, R. F.; Almada, V. C.
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Ethology, 1998, 104, 10, pp 841-858
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10 schools of 21-54 guppies (Poecilia reticulata) (n = 40 males and 40 females) were captured from the Tacarigua River, Trinidad, during December 1996. Each school was composed of males, females and juveniles. Test fish were placed in tanks with visual and olfactory access to 4 same-sex fish from...

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Griffiths, S. W.; Magurran, A. E.
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Animal Behaviour, 1998, 56, 3, pp 689-693
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This paper considers results from published studies and 3 studies in progress on the genetic differences between wild and hatchery (sea-ranched) populations of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). Differences in physiological and behavioural traits were found that resulted in the reduction of...

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Reisenbichler, R. R.; Rubin, S. P.
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ICES Journal of Marine Science, 1999, 56, 4, pp 459-466
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Two hundred Arctic charr, S. alpinus (mean weight 244 g), were individually tagged and maintained in 2 circular tanks for 102 days in order to allow the development of dominance hierarchies. At the end of the trial period, the charr were anaesthetized in benzocaine and identified as dominant, beta...

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Olsen, R. E.; Ringø, E.
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Aquaculture Research, 1999, 30, 9, pp 667-671
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Boal, J. G.; Hylton, R. A.; Gonzalez, S. A.; Hanlon, R. T.
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Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science, 1999, 38, 1, pp 49-55
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Øverli, Ø.; Olsen, R. E.; Løvik, F.; Ringø, E.
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Aquaculture Research, 1999, 30, 4, pp 259-264
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Total aggression and individual behavioural traits of equal-sized juveniles of farmed Atlantic salmon selected for 5 generations in the Norwegian Breeding Programme for Salmonids and a wild strain originating from the River Rauma, Norway, were compared in pure (10 fish) and mixed (5 + 5 fish)...

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Mork, O. I.; Bjerkeng, B.; Rye, M.
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Aquaculture Research, 1999, 30, 8, pp 571-578

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