Robert G. Osborn

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BACKGROUND Conserving animal populations in places where human activity is increasing is an ongoing challenge in many parts of the world. We investigated how human activity interacted with maternal status and individual variation in behavior to affect reliability of spatially-explicit models intended to guide conservation of critical ungulate calving(More)
A potential inhibitory role of endogenous opioids in the gonadotropin decline from infancy to the prepubertal period in primates was assessed by examining the effect of the specific opioid antagonist naltrexone on gonadotropin levels in infant rhesus monkeys. Paradoxically, both chronic administration of naltrexone to neonatally castrate males as well as(More)
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