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Sex differences in parental behavior of virgin prairie voles Role of gonadal hormones and vasopressin






Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 24(1-2): 952

Sex differences in parental behavior of virgin prairie voles Role of gonadal hormones and vasopressin



Accession: 033368570



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Lonstein, J.S.; D.V.ies, G.J., 1999: Sex differences in the parental behaviour of adult virgin prairie voles: Independence from gonadal hormones and vasopressin. Sexually and parentally experienced prairie voles display robust biparental care of pups that is similar between the sexes. Little is unknown, however, about possible sex differences in the parental behaviours of sexually inexperienced prairie vol...

Lonstein, J.S.; D.V.ies, G.J., 1999: Sex differences in the parental behaviour of adult virgin prairie voles: independence from gonadal hormones and vasopressin. Sexually and parentally experienced prairie voles display robust biparental care of pups that is similar between the sexes. Little is known, however, about possible sex differences in the parental behaviours of sexually inexperienced prairie voles...

Lonstein, J., S.; De-Vries, G., J., 2000: Influence of gonadal hormones on the development of parental behavior in adult virgin prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster) are a socially monogamous species and both sexes are parental after the birth of pups. In contrast, sexually inexperienced adult prairie voles differ in their behavior towards pups such that virgin males are pa...

Lonstein, J.S.; D.V.ies, G.J., 2000: Influence of gonadal hormones on the development of parental behavior in adult virgin prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster) are a socially monogamous species and both sexes are parental after the birth of pups. In contrast, sexually inexperienced adult prairie voles differ in their behavior towards pups such that virgin males are pa...

Lonstein, J.S.; Hrabovszky, A.; Rood, B.D.; D.V.ies, G.J., 2000: Role of perinatal gonadal hormones in sex differences in neural vasopressin mRNA in prairie voles. Prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster) are a gregarious and socially monogamous species that differ from other rodents in many ways, including that manipulations of gonadal hormone activity during development has little effect on sex differences in...

Bucknell Pogue, T.C.; Rood, B.D.; D.V.ies, G.J., 2000: Effects of septal injections of vasopressin or vasopressin antagonist on parental behavior in virgin male and female prairie voles, Michrotus ochrogaster. Septal vasopressin has been implicated in the modulation of several different social behaviors in voles. Previous studies have suggested that septal vasopressin may contribute to the control of parental behavior in intact male prairie voles, Michr...

Hayes, U.L.; D.V.ies, G.J., 2003: Role of vasopressin in parental behavior across reproductive cycle of male and female prairie voles. Like many monogamous animals, both male and female prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster) care for the offspring. Except for nursing, the quality of care does not differ among the parents. Pharmacological studies in prairie voles have shown that vas...

Lonstein, J.S.; D.V.ies, G.J., 2001: Hormonal and social influences on sex differences in parental responsiveness in virgin prairie voles. Developmental Psychobiology 38(3): 193, April

Bamshad, M.; Novak, M.A.; D.V.ies, G.J., 1993: Sex and species differences in the vasopressin innervation of sexually naive and parental prairie voles, Microtus ochrogaster and meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus. To study whether central systems that are implicated in functions associated with reproduction show different changes in males and females that become parental, the central vasopressin (AVP) innervation was compared in two species of voles: prairi...

Bamshad, M.; Novak, M.A.; D.V.ies, G.J., 1993: Sex and species differences in the vasopressin innervation of sexually naive and parental prairie voles, Microtus ochrogaster and meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus. To study whether central systems that are implicated in functions associated with reproduction show different changes in males and females that become parental, the central vasopressin (AVP) innervation was compared in two species of voles: prairi...