Part of the Advances in Behavioral Biology book series (ABBI, volume 11)
The Role of Androgens in the Sexual Behavior of Adult Male Rhesus Monkeys
Many factors determine the kind and amount of sexual behavior displayed by adult male rhesus monkeys, but our focus here is on the role of androgens in the control of this behavior.
KeywordsSexual Behavior Rhesus Monkey Sexual Performance Testosterone Concentration Testosterone Propionate
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