Testosterone and competitive ability in male house mice , Mus musculus : laboratory and field studies

@inproceedings{William1991TestosteroneAC,
  title={Testosterone and competitive ability in male house mice , Mus musculus : laboratory and field studies},
  author={William and J.... and Z IELINSKI and John and G................................................. S................................................. and Vandenbergh},
  year={1991}
}
Testosterone enhances aggression and can facilitate dominance in mammals, but most studies have been conducted on laboratory strains of mice and in simple environments. Unlike previous studies, laboratory and field tests were conducted using wild house mice, Mus musculus, to determine whether males with high, but physiological, testosterone levels (High T) would achieve dominance compared with males with low testosterone levels (Low T). All males were castrated and androgen was replaced with a… CONTINUE READING
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