Rodent Testosterone

Cross references: 


31.  Albert DJ, Jonik RH, WatsonNV, Gorzalka BB and Walsh ML.  (1990).  Hormone-dependent aggression in male rats is proportional to serum testosterone concentration but sexual behavior is not.  Physiology of Behavior.  Sept;48(3):409-16. 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2267250 
Only abstract available online.  I may try to get PDF from the library.   
 

32.  Lumia AR, Thorner KM and McGinnis MY.  (1994).  Effects of chronically high doses of the anabolic androgenic steroid, testosterone, on intermale aggression and sexual behavior in male rats.  Physiology of Behavior.  Feb;55(2):331-5. 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8153174
Only abstract available online.  I may try to get PDF from the library.   
 

33.  Simon NG, Whalen RE and Tate MP.  (1985).  Induction of male-typical aggression by androgens but not by estrogens in adult female mice.  Hormones and Behavior.  Jun;19(2):204-12. 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3874138 
Only abstract available online.  I may try to get PDF from the library.     
 
34.  Van de Poll NE, Taminiau MS, Endert E and Louwerse AL.  (1988).  Gonadal steroid influence upon sexual and aggressive behavior of female rats.  International Journal of Neuroscience.  Aug;41(3-4):271-86. 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3263344 
Only abstract available online.  I may try to get PDF from the library.   
 
35.  Albert DJ, Walsh ML, Gorzalka BB, Siemens Y and Louie H.  (1986).  Testosterone removal in rats results in a decrease in social aggression and a loss of social dominance.  Physiology of Behavior.  36(3):401-7. 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3703968 
Only abstract available online.  I may try to get PDF from the library.   
 












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