The effects of embryonic treatments with gonadal hormones on sexually dimorphic behavior of chicks.

@article{Sayag1991TheEO,
  title={The effects of embryonic treatments with gonadal hormones on sexually dimorphic behavior of chicks.},
  author={N Sayag and Boaz Robinzon and N. Snapir and Eyal Arnon and Veronika E. Grimm},
  journal={Hormones and behavior},
  year={1991},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={137-53}
}
In order to study the role of sex steroids in the differentiation of chick behavior, two groups of experiments were carried out. The first part of the study documented sexual dimorphisms in three behavioral measures in chicks: open-field activity, flocking response, and masculine sexual behavior activated by testosterone (crowing, waltzing, and mating… CONTINUE READING