Antonella Valenti

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Two-week-old quails (Coturnix coturnix) were trained to discriminate food grains scattered randomly on a background of small pebbles of similar size adhering to the floor and differing from the grains in texture and hue ("pebble floor task"). Quails tested binocularly or with only their right eye in use showed less pecking to the pebbles and more pecking to(More)
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