Sex-specific modulation of cell proliferation by socially relevant stimuli in the adult green treefrog brain (Hyla cinerea).

@article{Almli2009SexspecificMO,
  title={Sex-specific modulation of cell proliferation by socially relevant stimuli in the adult green treefrog brain (Hyla cinerea).},
  author={Lynn M Almli and Walter Wilczynski},
  journal={Brain, behavior and evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={74 2},
  pages={143-54}
}
Social experience plays an important role in regulating the neural, physiological and hormonal changes that accompany the expression of reproductive behavior in vertebrates. This suite of functions is sexually dimorphic, with different neural control areas preeminent in males and females. In anuran amphibians, social experience comes in the form of acoustic communication, which is central to their reproductive behavior. We sought to determine whether acoustic cues regulate cell proliferation in… CONTINUE READING

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