Instinctive predatory behavior of mustelids (Mustela putorius f. furo, Mustela vison f. dom.) modified by benzodiazepine derivatives.

@article{Apfelbach1981InstinctivePB,
  title={Instinctive predatory behavior of mustelids (Mustela putorius f. furo, Mustela vison f. dom.) modified by benzodiazepine derivatives.},
  author={R. Apfelbach},
  journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior},
  year={1981},
  volume={14 Suppl 1},
  pages={43-6}
}
  • R. Apfelbach
  • Published 1981 in Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior
The predatory behavior of the ferret and of the mink consists mainly of instinctive behavioral patterns that are elicited by simple external stimuli. An important stimulus is size of the prey; the time needed to catch and kill defensive prey depends on the size of the prey in relation to that of the predator. Benzodiazepine derivatives like chlordiazepoxide… CONTINUE READING