Behavioral and endocrine correlates of reproductive failure in social aggregations of captive wolverines ( Gulo gulo )

@inproceedings{Dalerum2005BehavioralAE,
  title={Behavioral and endocrine correlates of reproductive failure in social aggregations of captive wolverines ( Gulo gulo )},
  author={Fredrik Dalerum and Scott Creel and Stephen C. Hall},
  year={2005}
}
Sociality in mammals is often viewed as a dichotomy, with sociality contrasted against solitariness. However, variation within these broad categories may have strong effects on individual fitness. For example, reproductive suppression of social subordinates is generally associated with group living, but suppression may also occur in solitary species if the behavioral and physiological processes involved can be modulated by the demographic environment. To investigate whether behavioral and… CONTINUE READING

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