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Chapter 5 Opener: Male red-sided garter snakes emerging from hibernation are ready to mate

Chapter 5 Opener: Male red-sided garter snakes emerging from hibernation are ready to mate

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  1. Chapter 5 Opener: Male red-sided garter snakes emerging from hibernation are ready to mate

  2. 5.1 Different courtship displays of the male ring dove are under the control of different hormones

  3. 5.2 Nervous system of a praying mantis

  4. 5.3 A no-brainer

  5. 5.4 Nervous system and digestive system of a blowfly

  6. 5.5 Record of neural and behavioral activity of a calling cricket

  7. 5.6 Circadian rhythms in cricket calling behavior

  8. 5.7 The cricket nervous system

  9. 5.8 A master clock may regulate mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms within individuals

  10. 5.9 The genetics of biological clocks in mammals and fruit flies (Part 1)

  11. 5.9 The genetics of biological clocks in mammals and fruit flies (Part 2)

  12. 5.10 Mutations of the per gene affect the circadian rhythms of fruit flies

  13. 5.11 Expression of the gene that codes for PK2 in the SCN

  14. 5.12 Circadian control of wheel-running by white rats changes when the rats are injected with PK2

  15. 5.13 Naked mole-rats lack a circadian rhythm

  16. 5.14 Circannual rhythm of the golden-mantled ground squirrel

  17. 5.15 Circannual rhythm in a stonechat (Part 1)

  18. 5.15 Circannual rhythm in a stonechat (Part 2)

  19. 5.16 Lunar cycle of banner-tailed kangaroo rats

  20. 5.17 A cycle of photosensitivity

  21. 5.18 A hormonal response to light

  22. 5.19 Food intake and reproductive timing in the white-winged crossbill

  23. 5.20 Photoperiod affects testis size in the red crossbill

  24. 5.21 Regulation of infanticide by male house mice (Part 1)

  25. 5.21 Regulation of infanticide by male house mice (Part 2)

  26. 5.22 A hormonal effect on infanticidal behavior in laboratory mice

  27. 5.23 Testosterone and progesterone levels in two categories of male California mice

  28. 5.24 Testosterone and the control of sexual motivation in male Japanese quail (Part 1)

  29. 5.24 Testosterone and the control of sexual motivation in male Japanese quail (Part 2)

  30. 5.25 An associated reproductive pattern

  31. 5.26 Digitally produced variation in male facial features

  32. 5.27 Hormonal and behavioral cycles in single-brood and multiple-brood populations

  33. 5.28 The effects of castration followed by testosterone therapy on three male guinea pigs

  34. 5.29 Testosterone and female aggression in the dunnock

  35. 5.30 The chemical structure of testosterone and its diverse effects on physiology and behavior

  36. 5.31 A survival cost of testosterone

  37. 5.32 Testosterone and territorial behavior (Part 1)

  38. 5.32 Testosterone and territorial behavior (Part 2)

  39. 5.33 Estrogen and territorial behavior

  40. 5.34 Spring mating aggregation of red-sided garter snakes

  41. 5.35 Testosterone and the long-term maintenance of mating behavior