agonistic behaviour


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agonistic behaviour

a broad grouping of behaviour patterns that not only includes all aspects of AGGRESSION, including threat and actual attack, but also the consequent aspects of appeasement and flight.
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His early research was on various southern African species, and his publications were about shrew captive behaviour, activity patterns, reproduction and postnatal development, fostering, agonistic behaviour, moulting, (lack of) echolocation, "flehmen" (the catnip response), and predation upon them by carnivores and owls.
Females in captivity showed less Agonistic behaviour than in wild having (P a$?
The effect of pre-weaning housing on the play and agonistic behaviour of domestic pigs.
The effect of housing conditions and social environment immediately after weaning on the agonistic behaviour, neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio, and plasma glucose level in pigs.
Agonistic behaviour of free-ranging dogs (Canis familiaris) in relation to season, sex and age.
cordatus males exhibit agonistic behaviour with other males, it may be assumed that, because of the shape variation in chelipeds of U.
Hazlett, "'individual' recognition and agonistic behaviour in pagurus bernhardus," Nature, vol.
The organization of intraspecific agonistic behaviour in the rat.
Agonistic behaviour in male and female field crickets, Gryllus bimaculatus, and how behavioural context influences its expression.