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role of the male"s copulatory behavior in successful pregnancy of the female rat.

Norman Tenner Adler

role of the male"s copulatory behavior in successful pregnancy of the female rat.

by Norman Tenner Adler

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Published by University of California in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertilization (Biology),
  • Rats,
  • Sex (Biology),
  • Sexual behavior in animals

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH485 A37 1967A
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38p.
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18712710M

    female deposits eggs during mating10, Far from being a passive bag for offspring (Fig. 1), the male’s pouch provides aeration, pro-tection, osmoregulation and nutrition to the developing offspring during a pregnancy that can last several weeks7–9,12– The brood pouch is usually viewed as a structure whose main role is to nurture. investigate the role of testosterone on risk-taking behavior by using a rat model. In this paper, I will cover: 1) Testosterone’s classical properties, routes of action, and the hormone’s influence on the nervous system 2) Review the literature on risk-taking behavior from Neuroimaging studies, and financial markets.

    Study 38 Chapter 12 Sexual Behavior flashcards from Lucrecia A. on StudyBlue. 4. post copulatory behavior. proceptive. appetitive behavior--promote sexual interaction. o The appearance of the sexually dimorphic nucleus in the spinal cord of the adult rat is different in males and females because. a significantly lower preference for an estrous female (vs a sexually active male) than control males when tested in adulthood for partner preference behavior under testosterone substitution. This suggests that T, through its estradiol metabolite, may play File Size: 1MB.

    One of the first studies to identify sex as an incentive was conducted by Moss. He showed that males rates were willing to cross an electrified grid in order to engage in copulation with a female rat. The female rat functioned as an incentive, producing the powerful approach behaviour by the male rat. (Agmo, ). By Lesli Calloway Many women are baffled when it comes to understanding male behavior. However, there are certain patterns of behavior that are nearly universal. There will always be exceptions to any rule, nevertheless, there are some characteristically male traits that are often misinterpreted or simply misunderstood by the fairer sex.


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Role of the male"s copulatory behavior in successful pregnancy of the female rat by Norman Tenner Adler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction. Sexual behavior has been carefully characterized in both male and female rats. However, mouse reproductive behavior has only been fully described for males [1, 2].Female rat sexual behavior has been well studied, but it is unclear that the rat model of sexual behavior is applicable to mice [3, 4].Mouse mating strategies differ from those of the by: 1.

J Comp Physiol Psychol. Dec;69(4) Effects of the male's copulatory behavior on successful pregnancy of the female rat. Adler by: Sexual behaviour encompasses a variety of sensory stimuli that makes sex rewarding in both humans and rats alike. Despite what we know about the clitoris’ contribution to sexual pleasure in human females there is still a lack of research focusing on the function of the clitoris and its role in learning, sexual development, and sexual : Mayte Parada.

Male copulatory behavior triggers nightly prolactin surges resulting in successful N.T. AdlerEffects of the male's copulatory behavior on successful pregnancy of the female rat. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 69 (), pp. Le BoeufThe effects of intromission frequency on successful pregnancy in the female rat.

Proc. Nat. Acad Cited by: Influence of male copulatory behavior on sperm transport, pregnancy and pseudopregnancy in female rats. tMystoL. BEHAV.

5 (1)The relations between the multiple intromission pattern of the male rat and the induction of pseudopregnancy and passage of sperm into the female's uterus were by: Chapter 4: Neuroendocrinology of Sexual Behavior in the Male.

In the last chapter, we looked at the role of primarily estrogen and progesterone in stimulating proceptive and receptive aspects of female sex behavior. In our consideration of male sex behavior, we will consider how the primary androgen, testosterone, is secreted by the testes.

Role of Context, Arousal, and Female Availability, in the Conditioning of Sexual Behavior and Ejaculatory Preference in the male rat Nafissa Ismail, PhD Concordia University, Although male rats are known to display greater unconditional sexual arousal and mating preference to copulate with a novel female compared to a familiar one, research.

Role of the bulbospongiosus muscles in sexual behavior and fertility in the house mouse copulatory behavior. BSx males were able to mission frequency on. Start studying Sexual Behavior.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. post-copulatory behavior. sexual attraction. female rat may approach males or perform 'ear-wiggling' male rat behaviors include staying near the female. 1. The objective of this research was to determine whether the multiple ejaculation pattern of golden hamsters might have a functional consequence in increasing the percentage of offspring sired by a male when the female partner subsequently mates with a second male.

A risk of displacement by a second male was demonstrated to exist. When two male hamsters Cited by: most critical region for male sexual behavior (where sexually dimorphic nucleus is located) - VMH = ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus: is the most critical region for female sexual behavior - Electrical stimulus of either area results in copulatory 5/5(1).

Males showed a subsequent post-ejaculatory interval. The males aged 27 weeks performed 3 to 4 times during the first hour, and then refrained from sexual activity.

The copulatory behavior in males aged 44 weeks declined, as compared with that of their 10 and 27 weeks old by: 3. In nature, males normally mate with a single female per pregna24, whereas the most successful females can mate with several males, resulting in a limited supply of receptive by: Adler, N.

Effects of the male’s copulatory behavior on successful pregnancy of the female rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology,69, Cited by: Reproductive Behavior in the Female • Proceptivity. Behaviors exhibited by females toward males that stimulate the male to copulate.

– Head butting of the male and mounting the male – Female-female mounting (important aspect in cattle particularly important activity helps detect estrus in a group of only females) • Receptivity. Copulatory behavior of females that ensures insemination. The fur is coarse and usually brown or dark grey, while the underparts are lighter grey or brown.

The brown rat is a rather large murid and can weigh twice as much as a black rat (Rattus rattus) and many times more than a house mouse (Mus musculus).The head and body length ranges from 15 to 28 cm ( to in) while the tail ranges in length from to 24 cm ( to Class: Mammalia.

Specifically, copulatory behavior increases circulatory load, which may be related to reports of cardiac sudden death following ejaculation. To further examine this relationship, we compared heart rate (HR) before and after ejaculation in week Cited by: 6.

males will resume mating if a new female is introduced. not seen in every species. monogamous prairie vole males introduced to novel female increase copulation with mate vaginal code female rats control rate of copulation to maximize stimulation & ova release.

induce luteal phase. natural environments slower, female controlled lab environments. While it can be argued whether or not this book is relevant in today's modern world, I do find it's an horrible underrated study on human sexual behavior.

I used this book, as well as it's counter part, for my pedagogi exams in order to give my main sources a stronger foundation to stand on/5. Copulation behavior is one of the more ancient social behaviors exhibited among metazoans. In C. elegans, the male performs most of the overt sensory and motor behaviors that occur during mating behavior has been considered to be the most complex behavior in C.

elegans; however although intricate, male mating behavior can be broken down into simpler. Mhae Aldaba would wake up her husband in the middle of the night for a back massage.

As pain and pregnancy go together, one should find ways to deal with it. year-old Marithe has a longer-than-average tail bone which bothered her when she got pregnant.

She always needed a padding to sit on to cushion her tailbone.REVIEW Psychopharmacology of male rat sexual behavior: modeling human sexual dysfunctions? B Olivier1,2, JSW Chan1, T Pattij1,3, TR de Jong1,3, RS Oosting1, JG Veening1,3 and MD Waldinger1,4 1Department of Psychopharmacology, Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences and Rudolf Magnus Institute of Neuroscience, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The .sometimes stimulate the copulatory activity of male rats.

In summary, most stress–sexual-behavior studies have shown consequences of aversive physical stimuli and of aversive conditioned stimuli for copulatory responses, but the effects have not always been the same, varying according to the parameters used (i.e., nature, intensity.