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Responses to copulatory stimulation in neonatally androgenized female rats


Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 96(5): 834-845
Responses to copulatory stimulation in neonatally androgenized female rats
Five experiments were carried out to evaluate the extent to which copulatory stimulation could ameliorate the anoestrus and sterility exhibited by neonatally androgenized females. The age at which animals began to exhibit persistent vaginal oestrus and the degree of sexual receptivity exhibited under several testing paradigms were found to be inversely related to the dose of testosterone propionate injected neonatally.


Accession: 001119672

PMID: 7142489

DOI: 10.1037/h0077931



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