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Study of the olfacto-sexual phenomena in the white rat; variations with their sexual state of the response of males to the odor of the female and of the response of females to the odor of the male



Study of the olfacto-sexual phenomena in the white rat; variations with their sexual state of the response of males to the odor of the female and of the response of females to the odor of the male



Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie et de Ses Filiales 145(11-12): 857-860




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