Z Tomasíková

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Majority of adult male albino random-bred mice housed singly or in small groups show agonistic behavior on interaction with a strange male mouse: some of them are predominantly aggressive ('aggressive' mice) while others show defenses or escapes even though their partners are not aggressive ('timid' mice). The remaining males not exhibiting agonistic(More)
The relative specificity and potency of action of 32 neuropsychotropic drugs was assessed on attacks, defensive upright postures and escapes occurring in singly-housed male mice during interactions with non-aggressive strange males. Scopolamine was most potent in reducing attacks while apomorphine was most active in stimulating attacks. Defenses and escapes(More)
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