Transitory inhibition of scent marking by copulation in male and female rabbits

@article{GonzlezMariscal1997TransitoryIO,
  title={Transitory inhibition of scent marking by copulation in male and female rabbits},
  author={G. Gonz{\'a}lez-Mariscal and M. E. Albonetti and E. Cuamatzi and C. Beyer},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={1997},
  volume={53},
  pages={323-333}
}
The impact of sexual behaviour on the display of scent marking (chinning) was assessed in New Zealand white male and female rabbitsOryctolagus cuniculusL. In bucks, the occurrence of one ejaculation or six mounts immediately decreased chinning frequency. This behaviour pattern remained depressed below pre-mating (baseline) levels at 30 and 60 min (P<0.01) following mounts or ejaculation. The execution of a single mount also reduced chinning, although to a lesser extent and for a shorter time (0… Expand
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