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Concept Animal Communication
Concept Aggression
Concept Behavior, Animal
Concept Feeding Behavior
Concept Nesting Behavior
Concept Paternal Behavior
Concept Rest
Concept Sexual Behavior, Animal
Concept Territoriality
Concept Vocalization, Animal
Concept Social Behavior
Academic Article Environmental and endocrine correlates of tactic switching by nonterritorial male tree lizards (Urosaurus ornatus).
Academic Article Stress hormone is implicated in satellite-caller associations and sexual selection in the Great Plains toad.
Academic Article Paternity, parental behavior and circulating steroid hormone concentrations in nest-tending male bluegill.
Academic Article Glucocorticoid and androgen signaling pathways diverge between advertisement calling and non-calling fish.
Academic Article Androgen-mediated nurturing and aggressive behaviors during paternal care in bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus).
Academic Article Social interactions and cortisol treatment increase the production of aggressive electrocommunication signals in male electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus.
Academic Article Elevated corticosterone levels elicit non-calling mating tactics in male toads independently of changes in circulating androgens.
Academic Article Steroid hormones in bluegill, a species with male alternative reproductive tactics including female mimicry.
Academic Article Stress hormone masculinizes female morphology and behaviour.
Academic Article Brain Transcriptional Profiles of Male Alternative Reproductive Tactics and Females in Bluegill Sunfish.
Academic Article Androgen and prolactin manipulation induces changes in aggressive and nurturing behavior in a fish with male parental care.
Academic Article Plasma levels of androgens and cortisol in relation to breeding behavior in parental male bluegill sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus.
Academic Article Life history and environment predict variation in testosterone across vertebrates.
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