Life History , Neuroendocrinology , and Behavior in Fish

  title={Life History , Neuroendocrinology , and Behavior in Fish},
  author={Matthew S. Grober and Andrew H Bass},
Fish make up over half the total number of living vertebrate species and exhibit a level of variation in sexual behavior that is unrivaled among other vertebrates. The early organization (Bass, 1996) and adult reorganization (Grober and Sunobe, 1996; Reavis and Grober, 1999) of neurobiology and behavior generate sexual plasticity in fishes, and these processes can be socially controlled. The major brain areas and neuroendocrine factors that control the development and adult maintenance of… CONTINUE READING


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