Historical perspective: Hormonal regulation of behaviors in amphibians

@article{Moore2005HistoricalPH,
  title={Historical perspective: Hormonal regulation of behaviors in amphibians},
  author={Frank Ledlie Moore and Sunny K. Boyd and Darcy B Kelley},
  journal={Hormones and Behavior},
  year={2005},
  volume={48},
  pages={373-383}
}
This review focuses on research into the hormonal control of behaviors in amphibians that was conducted prior to the 21st century. Most advances in this field come from studies of a limited number of species and investigations into the hormonal mechanisms that regulate reproductive behaviors in male frogs and salamanders. From this earlier research, we highlight five main generalizations or conclusions. (1) Based on studies of vocalization behaviors in anurans, testicular androgens induce… CONTINUE READING
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