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Some unsolved problems arising out of the study of social behaviour (particularly aggression) in rodents are considered under the headings, "Patterns of interaction", "Social stress", and "Genetics". Attention is drawn, inter alia, to changes in the social behaviour of laboratory animals compared...

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BARNETT, S. A.; EVANS, C. S.
Publisher
Lond.,
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Social organization of animal communities. Symp. zool. Soc., 1965, 14, pp 233-248
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McPHEE, C. P.; McBRIDE, G.; JAMES, J. W.
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Animal Prod., 1964, 6, pp 9-15
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Cf. A.B.A., 30, No. 2143.

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GUHL, A. M.
Citation
Psychological Bulletin, 1964, 61, pp 277-285
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Mcbride, G.; James, J. W.; Hodgens, N.
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Animal Prod., 1964, 6, pp 129-139
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Wyeth, G. S. F.; Mcbride, G.
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Animal Prod., 1964, 6, pp 245-247
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KRUIJT, J. P.
Publisher
Wash.,
Citation
Proceedings. 16th int. Congr. Zool., 1963, 4, Cf. No. 2505, pp 367-370
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Three pairs of ♂ Beagles from 3 litters were weaned at 40 days of age, and one pup from each pair was castrated and his sibling left intact. The effects of castration on copulatory and aggressive behaviour were studied. The social behaviour of the castrate ♂♂ did not differ markedly from that of...

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LE BOEUF, B. J.
Citation
Horm. Behav., 1970, 1, pp 127-136
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Author(s)
GUHL, A. M.
Citation
The physiology of reproduction in birds. Spec. Publ. Chicago Acad. Sci., 1959, 14, pp 15-16
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A review dealing with the sexual behaviour of the boar, particularly at A.I. centres, behaviour of the oestrous sow, the maternal behaviour of the sow, and social behaviour, such as tail biting.

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SCHENK, P. M.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1969, 94, pp 1495-1505
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The mouse strains studied were DBA/2 and C57BL/10. The C57 is physiologically the more stable strain. The relationship between physiological stability and behaviour is discussed. A. P. G.

Author(s)
CALHOUN, J. B.
Citation
Ecological Monographs, 1956, 26, pp 81-103

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