Steroidal control of behavioural, neuroendocrine and brain sexual differentiation: studies in a carnivore, the ferret.

@article{Baum1990SteroidalCO,
  title={Steroidal control of behavioural, neuroendocrine and brain sexual differentiation: studies in a carnivore, the ferret.},
  author={Michael J Baum and Rona S. Carroll and J A Cherrv and Stuart A Tobet},
  journal={Journal of neuroendocrinology},
  year={1990},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={401-18}
}
More than 30 years have passed since the publication ( I ) showing that transplacental administration of testosterone to female guinea-pigs caused permanent changes in their ability to exhibit reproductive behaviours in response to ovarian steroids in adulthood. Over the intervening years articles have appeared which have extended this type of observation to numerous other mammalian species, including rat, hamster, gerbil, mouse, dog, ferret, pig, sheep, rhesus monkey, and marmoset (2, 3). In… CONTINUE READING
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