Predatory behaviour in females of two strains of mice selectively bred for isolation-induced intermale aggression.

@article{Sandnabba1995PredatoryBI,
  title={Predatory behaviour in females of two strains of mice selectively bred for isolation-induced intermale aggression.},
  author={N. Kenneth Sandnabba},
  journal={Behavioural processes},
  year={1995},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={93-100}
}
The study sought to determine whether females of two strains of mice selectively bred for high (Turku Aggressive, TA) and low (Turku Non-Aggressive, TNA) levels of isolation-induced intermale aggression display differences in predatory behaviour. Additional subjects used in the study were females of the parental strain (Normal, N). Another aim of the present research was to investigate whether predatory aggression is associated with the postpartum period in the TA and TNA females. Testing… CONTINUE READING

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