Danilo Mainardi

University of Parma, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy 
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Valsecchi P, Bosellini I, Mainardi D, et al. (1993) Further analysis of a case of social learning in the house mouse (Mus domesticus) Ethology Ecology and Evolution. 5: 121-125
Valsecchi P, Moles A, Mainardi M, et al. (1991) Food aversion learning in mice (Mus domesticus):different salience of rice and oats Bolletino Di Zoologia. 58: 249-254
Sgoifo A, Parmigiani S, Musso E, et al. (1990) Offensive and defensive intraspecific attack in the laboratory rat (Rattus norvegicus, Wistar strain): A qualitative and quantitative analysis Ethology Ecology and Evolution. 2: 328-329
Parmigiani S, Brain PF, Mainardi D, et al. (1988) Different patterns of biting attack employed by lactating female mice (Mus domesticus) in encounters with male and female conspecific intruders Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 102: 287-293
Capanna E, Corti M, Mainardi D, et al. (1984) Karyotype and intermale aggression in wild house mice: Ecology and speciation Behavior Genetics. 14: 195-208
Valenti G, Vescovi PP, Volpi R, et al. (1981) Thyroid hormone pattern and aggressiveness. (Isolated mice compared with dominant and submissive). La Ricerca in Clinica E in Laboratorio. 11: 117-22
Mainardi D, Mainardi M, Valenti G, et al. (1981) Thyroid hormone pattern and aggressiveness in mice blood sampled immediately after fighting Bolletino Di Zoologia. 48: 319-322
Mainardi D, Mainardi M. (1977) Ethology and veterinary science. Folia Veterinaria Latina. 7: 295-306
Beckman L, Conterio F, Mainardi D. (1962) Protein synthesis in species hybrids of birds Nature. 196: 92-93
GUALTIEROTTI T, SCHREIBER B, MAINARDI D, et al. (1959) Effect of acceleration on cerebellar potentials in birds and its relation to sense of direction The American Journal of Physiology. 197: 469-474
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