Anthony M. Gawienowski
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Abstract Using immature Fisher rats, we found that only males which had been androgen-primed displayed male-male copulatory behavior as a result of p-chlorophenylalanine plus Pargyline treatment.… Continue Reading
Abstract The voided urine of intact male rats has an avoidance effect on the normal adult male. This quality is not present in bladder urine of adult males, nor in voided urine of castrated or… Continue Reading
The interest in olfaction and the relationship to animal behavior has brought attention to the preputial and other glands as a source of chemical attractants. The molecules, synthesized by one… Continue Reading
Abstract The combined treatment of immature female mice with gibberellic acid (GA 3 ) and estradiol (E 2 ) resulted in a significant increase of uterine weight, appreciably more than with estradiol… Continue Reading
An investigation was undertaken to analyze the effects of delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on monoamine oxidase (MAO) activity from calf ocular tissues. Ciliary processes, retina, trabecular… Continue Reading
Female rats consistently preferred the odour of male rat preputial gland compared with that of foot pads, submaxillary-sublingual glands, coagulating glands, liver, fat or muscle. Both saline… Continue Reading
Gibberellic acid stimulates the growth of the comb in the male chicks, but is ineffective in females. Estrogen prevents gibberellin-induced stimulation.
Abstract (1) Female rat preputial glands contained volatile ether soluble substances, which were attractive to male rats. (2) Male rats preferred the odor of preputial glands from intact females or… Continue Reading