Neither reduced photoperiod, nor female-related social cues, nor increased maternal thermal stress result in a paternally responsive Phodopus sungorus male

@article{Timonin2006NeitherRP,
  title={Neither reduced photoperiod, nor female-related social cues, nor increased maternal thermal stress result in a paternally responsive Phodopus sungorus male},
  author={Mary E. Timonin and Katherine E. Wynne-Edwards},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={2006},
  volume={88},
  pages={309-316}
}
Neither reduced photoperiod, nor female-related social cues, nor increased maternal thermal stress result in a paternally responsive Phodopus sungorus male. Physiol Behav [Volume # (Issue #)] 000-000, 2006. -Under laboratory conditions, P. sungorus males are not needed for pup survival and growth and are unresponsive to an experimentally displaced pup. However, males have been found with young pups late in the breeding season, and other laboratories have found evidence for biparental care. Thus… CONTINUE READING

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