Telencephalic connections of the sexually dimorphic area of the gerbil hypothalamus that influence male sexual behavior.

@article{Sayag1994TelencephalicCO,
  title={Telencephalic connections of the sexually dimorphic area of the gerbil hypothalamus that influence male sexual behavior.},
  author={N Sayag and Neil W. Hoffman and Pauline Yahr},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={108 4},
  pages={743-57}
}
The sexually dimorphic area (SDA) of the gerbil hypothalamus is essential for mating in male gerbils. To determine if it affects mating through its connections with the ventral part of the lateral septal nucleus (LSv), the caudal part of the medial bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (caudal BSTm), or the medial amygdala-amygdalohippocampal area (MA-AHi), these connections were severed. Unilateral cell-body lesions were made in the SDA and in the contralateral LSv, caudal BSTm, or MA-AHi… CONTINUE READING

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