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- Noguera, CristobalAlejandro, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Physiology & behavior 2018 v.194 pp. 481-490
- Cichlasoma dimerus; aggression; aromatization; estrogens; females; males; physiological regulation; testosterone
- ... Territorial aggression has been widely studied in males and it has been historically suggested that androgens are key mediators of this behavior. However, more recent evidence suggests that it is the aromatization to estrogens, rather than androgens themselves, that is key to regulating this behavior. Females also display aggressive behaviors, but the physiological regulation of female aggression ...