R. P. J. de Lange

R. C. van der Schors1
J. M. Koene1
Z. El Filali1
1R. C. van der Schors
1J. M. Koene
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Male copulation is a complex behavior that requires coordinated communication between the nervous system and the peripheral reproductive organs involved in mating. In hermaphroditic animals, such as the freshwater snail Lymnaea stagnalis, this complexity increases since the animal can behave both as male and female. The performance of the sexual role as a(More)
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