Michael X. Zarrow

Affiliations: 
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
Area:
neuroendocrinology, reproduction
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Wyly MV, Denenberg VH, De Santis D, et al. (1975) Handling rabbits in infancy: in search of a critical period. Developmental Psychobiology. 8: 179-86
Neckers LM, Zarrow MX, Myers MM, et al. (1975) Influence of olfactory bulbectomy and the serotonergic system upon intermale aggression and maternal behavior in the mouse. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 3: 545-50
Bridges RS, Zarrow MX, Goldman BD, et al. (1974) A developmental study of maternal responsiveness in the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 12: 149-51
Johnson NP, Zarrow MX, Denenberg VH. (1974) Post-Caesarean ovulation in the rat. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. 40: 1-5
Schlein PA, Zarrow MX, Denenberg VH. (1974) The role of prolactin in the depressed or 'buffered' adrenocorticosteroid response of the rat. The Journal of Endocrinology. 62: 93-9
Denenberg VH, Gaulin-Kremer E, Gandelman R, et al. (1973) The development of standard stimulus animals for mouse (Mus musculus) aggression testing by means of olfactory bulbectomy. Animal Behaviour. 21: 590-8
Zarrow MX, Eleftheriou BE, Denenberg VH. (1973) Sex and strain involvement in pheromonal facilitation of gonadotrophin-induced ovulation in the mouse. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. 35: 81-7
Denenberg VH, Paschke RE, Zarrow MX. (1973) Mice reared with rats: effects of prenatal and postnatal maternal environments upon hybrid offspring of C57BL-10J and Swiss Albino mice. Developmental Psychobiology. 6: 21-31
Sheridan PJ, Zarrow MX, Denenberg VH. (1973) Androgenization of the neonatal female rat with very low doses of androgen. The Journal of Endocrinology. 57: 33-45
Denenberg VH, Wyly MV, Burns JK, et al. (1973) Behavioral effects of handling rabbits in infancy. Physiology & Behavior. 10: 1001-4
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