Sexual partner preference, hypothalamic morphology and aromatase in rams

@article{Roselli2004SexualPP,
  title={Sexual partner preference, hypothalamic morphology and aromatase in rams},
  author={C. Roselli and K. Larkin and J. Schrunk and F. Stormshak},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={2004},
  volume={83},
  pages={233-245}
}
  • C. Roselli, K. Larkin, +1 author F. Stormshak
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Physiology & Behavior
  • The male-oriented ram is a unique and valuable animal model for the study of hormonal, developmental and genetic contributions to sexual partner preference. Unlike most other mammalian models that are in use currently, variations in sexual attraction occur spontaneously in domestic ram populations. It is estimated that as many as 8-10% of rams exhibit a sexual partner preference for other males, classifying them as male-oriented rams. Studies have failed to identify any compelling social… CONTINUE READING
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