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Four trials were carried out, where in each trial during a selection test 2 groups of growing pigs (12 weeks old) with 9 animals each were randomly formed. After a week, the top (TR) and bottom (BR) ranking pig from each group was isolated and kept under single housing conditions. At the age of 15...

Author(s)
Otten, W.; Puppe, B.; Stabenow, B.; Kanitz, E.; Schön, P. C.; Brüssow, K. P.; Nürnberg, G.
Citation
Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1997, 55, 1/2, pp 79-90
Abstract

Fighting among new groupings of pigs at 15-16 weeks of age was accompanied by increased heart rate, increased plasma catecholamines, and a delayed increase in plasma cortisol. Pigs of high social rank were more aggressive and their catecholamine response was greater than pigs of low social rank....

Author(s)
Otten, W.; Stabenow, B.; Puppe, B.; Kanitz, E.; Schön, P. C.; Nürnberg, G.
Publisher
Kuratorium für Technik und Bauwesen in der Landwirtschaft., Darmstadt, Germany
Citation
Aktuelle Arbeiten zur artgemässen Tierhaltung 1995., 1996, pp 27-36
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Author(s)
Otten, W.; Stabenow, B.; Schön, P. C.; Puppe, B.; Kanitz, E.
Citation
Stočarstvo, 1996, 50, 6, pp 411-418
Abstract

Stress in the form of intermittent maternal deprivation and social isolation during early postnatal life in rats and monkeys produces persistent changes in physiology and behaviour. In farm animals physiological consequences of disrupting mother-infant interactions with respect to health and animal ...

Author(s)
Kanitz, E.; Tuchscherer, M.; Puppe, B.; Tuchscherer, A.; Stabenow, B.
Publisher
Academic Press, London, UK
Citation
Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 2004, 18, 1, pp 35-45