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Testosterone and competitive ability in male house mice, Mus musculus: laboratory and field studiesAuthor(s): William J. Zielinski; J.G. Vandenbergh
Source: Animal Behaviour 45:873-891
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationZielinski, William J.; Vandenbergh, J.G. 1993. Testosterone and competitive ability in male house mice, Mus musculus: laboratory and field studies. Animal Behaviour 45:873-891
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