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Social Behavior, Reproduction, and Population Changes in the House Mouse (Mus musculus L.)
The present study of the interrelations of social behavior, reproduction, and population changes in the house mouse (Mus musculus L.) was undertaken in an effort to understand some of the aspects of…
Phenomena associated with population density.
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
The data suggest that one or more factors besides testos- terone were responsible for stimulating preputial growth, and provides support for the that this species is basically regulated by physiologic regulation.
A method of self-control of population growth among mammals living
- in the wild. Science,
The Population Dynamics of Confined House Mice Supplied with Unlimited Food
- Environmental Science
The water relations of the cell walls of certain mosses as a determining factor in their distribution are studied as well as ecological observations on bryophytes.
The Social Contract (at press) cited in the violent
- way. Life,
Some Effects of Thiamin on the Winning of Social Contacts in Mice
- PsychologyPhysiological Zoology
The social behavior of the jewel fish, Hemichromis bimaculatus, and the effect of sex hormones on the social hierarchy of Xiphophorus helleri are studied.
Adrenal and Reproductive Responses to Population Size in Mice from Freely Growing Populations
This chapter discusses the evolution of nest-building behavior in Apicotermes (Isoptera) and Termite Control (2d ed.), pp. 42-49.