Meg-Anne Ceuleers

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Various studies in rodents recently concluded that puberty should be considered as a second period of organization of brain and behavior and that action of sex steroids at that time is long lasting and possibly permanent. We tested this notion in male Japanese quail that had been castrated before 3weeks post-hatch by analyzing whether a similar treatment(More)
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