Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence

Zipser B, Schleking A, Kaiser S, Sachser N (2014)
Frontiers in Zoology 11: 30.

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Zipser B, Schleking A, Kaiser S, Sachser N. Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence. Frontiers in Zoology. 2014;11: 30.
Zipser, B., Schleking, A., Kaiser, S., & Sachser, N. (2014). Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence. Frontiers in Zoology, 11, 30. doi:10.1186/1742-9994-11-30
Zipser, B., Schleking, A., Kaiser, S., and Sachser, N. (2014). Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence. Frontiers in Zoology 11:30.
Zipser, B., et al., 2014. Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence. Frontiers in Zoology, 11: 30.
B. Zipser, et al., “Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence”, Frontiers in Zoology, vol. 11, 2014, : 30.
Zipser, B., Schleking, A., Kaiser, S., Sachser, N.: Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence. Frontiers in Zoology. 11, : 30 (2014).
Zipser, Benjamin, Schleking, Anja, Kaiser, Sylvia, and Sachser, Norbert. “Effects of domestication on biobehavioural profiles: a comparison of domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies from early to late adolescence”. Frontiers in Zoology 11 (2014): 30.
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