Elizabeth M Coscia

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Among all extant mammals, only the female spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta) mates and gives birth through the tip of a peniform clitoris. Clitoral morphology is modulated by foetal exposure to(More)
Studies involving the administration of anti-androgens to spotted hyaenas during fetal development have raised questions concerning the precise contributions of steroids to phallic growth in these(More)
The androgen receptor blocker flutamide and the 5α-reductase inhibitor finasteride have been used in a variety of species to investigate the ontogeny of sexual dimorphisms by treating pregnant(More)
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