Effects of Inbreeding and Social Status on Individual Recognition in Mice View Full Text


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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

Charlotte M. Nevison , Christopher J. Barnard , Robert J. Beynon , Jane L. Hurst

ABSTRACT

Individual recognition modulates social behaviour between conspecifics, enabling an animal to assess its familiarity and kinship with other individuals (Barnard et al., 1991; Barnard and Aldhous, 1991). Wild mice identify each other through individually unique urinary odour cues that are determined, at least in part, by genetic differences (Eggert et al., 1996). By depositing these unique odour cues as scent marks, mice provide signals of their presence and social status (see Hurst et. al., this volume). Dominant males deposit scent marks at high frequency as a sign of their competitive quality and current territorial ownership, and increase their rate of scent marking where they encounter competing scent marks from other males in their territory. Countermarking of scent marks from other males by dominant males thus provides a specific test that the mice have recognised scent marks as being derived from another individual. More... »

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225-231

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Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 9

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978-1-4613-5187-0
978-1-4615-0671-3

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