Rabbit: frequency of suckling in the pup
Rabbit does were given free access to their young, access once a day, and access twice a day. In all three groups the young were nursed only once every 24 hours. Growth curves for the pups from day 2 of age to day 30 were identical for all three groups. The restriction of suckling to once a day appears to depend on the mother and not the pups.
Attraction of newborn rabbits to abdominal odors of adult conspecifics differing in sex and physiological state
Transnatal olfactory continuity in the rabbit: behavioral evidence and short-term consequence of its disruption
The contribution of the olfactory and tactile modalities to the nipple-search behaviour of newborn rabbits
Oxytocin and vasopressin immunoreactivity in rabbit hypothalamus during estrus, late pregnancy, and postpartum
Ventral somatosensory determinants of nursing behavior in Norway rats. I. Effects of variations in the quality and quantity of pup stimuli
Maternal behavior in New Zealand white rabbits: quantification of somatic events, motor patterns, and steroid plasma levels
Effects of naloxone, metaclopramide and domperidone on plasma levels of prolactin and LH following suckling in the female rabbit
Mammary blood flow and cardiac output during initiated involution of the mammary gland in the rabbit
Suckling and genital stroking induces Fos expression in hypothalamic oxytocinergic neurons of rabbit pups
Proportion of odorants impacts the configural versus elemental perception of a binary blending mixture in newborn rabbits
Role of prolactin in the transcription of beta-casein and 28-S ribosomal genes in the rabbit mammary gland
Effect of litter separation on 24-hour rhythmicity of plasma prolactin, follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone levels in lactating rabbit does
Rabbit neonates and human adults perceive a blending 6-component odor mixture in a comparable manner
Orientation response of newborn rabbits to odours of lactating females: relative effectiveness of surface and milk cues
When the nose must remain responsive: glutathione conjugation of the mammary pheromone in the newborn rabbit
Circadian feeding entrains anticipatory metabolic activity in piriform cortex and olfactory tubercle, but not in suprachiasmatic nucleus
Endogenous expression of C-Fos in hypothalamic nuclei of neonatal rabbits coincides with their circadian pattern of suckling-associated arousal
Evolution of glycogen and blood metabolites after controlled suckling at two periods of lactation in young rabbits
Mothers and offspring: The rabbit as a model system in the study of mammalian maternal behavior and sibling interactions
Suckling induces a daily rhythm in the preoptic area and lateral septum but not in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis in lactating rabbit does
Differential maturation of the molecular clockwork in the olfactory bulb and suprachiasmatic nucleus of the rabbit
Major role of suckling stimulation for inhibition of estrous behaviors in lactating rabbits: acute and chronic effects
Persistence of hormonal and metabolic rhythms during fasting in 7- to 9-day-old rabbits entrained by nursing during the night
Why do heavy littermates grow better than lighter ones? A study in wild and domestic European rabbits
Neuroanatomical distribution of oxytocin receptor binding in the female rabbit forebrain: Variations across the reproductive cycle
Maternal care of rabbits in the lab and on the farm: endocrine regulation of behavior and productivity
Nature's food anticipatory experiment: entrainment of locomotor behavior, suprachiasmatic and dorsomedial hypothalamic nuclei by suckling in rabbit pups
Circadian nursing induces PER1 protein in neuroendocrine tyrosine hydroxylase neurones in the rabbit doe
Artificial feeding synchronizes behavioral, hormonal, metabolic and neural parameters in mother-deprived neonatal rabbit pups
Characteristics of suckling stimulation determine the daily duration of mother-young contact and milk output in rabbits
Circadian rhythms of prolactin secretion in neonatal female rabbits after acute separation from their mothers
Competition in newborn rabbits for thermally advantageous positions in the litter huddle is associated with individual differences in brown fat metabolism
Determining the period, phase and anticipatory component of activity and temperature patterns in newborn rabbits that were maintained under a daily nursing schedule and fasting conditions
Long-term under-masculinization in male rabbits due to maternal stress is reversed by prenatal administration of testosterone
Individual differences in testosterone and corticosterone levels in relation to early postnatal development in the rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus
Temporal modulation of the canonical clockwork in the suprachiasmatic nucleus and olfactory bulb by the mammary pheromone 2MB2 in pre-visual rabbits
Biostimulation and nursing modify mating-induced c-FOS immunoreactivity in the female rabbit forebrain
The maintenance and termination of maternal behavior in rabbits: involvement of suckling and progesterone
Configural processing of odor mixture: does the learning of elements prevent the perception of configuration in the newborn rabbit?
Differential memory persistence of odor mixture and components in newborn rabbits: competition between the whole and its parts
Newborn rabbit perception of 6-odorant mixtures depends on configural processing and number of familiar elements
Participation of the Olfactory Bulb in Circadian Organization during Early Postnatal Life in Rabbits
Behavioral, neuroendocrine and physiological indicators of the circadian biology of male and female rabbits
Nasal mucus glutathione transferase activity and impact on olfactory perception and neonatal behavior
Effects of sleep modulation during pregnancy in the mother and offspring: Evidences from preclinical research
Regulation of the rabbit's once-daily pattern of nursing: a circadian or hourglass-dependent process?
Misadjustment of diurnal expression of core temperature and locomotor activity in lactating rabbits associated with maternal over-nutrition before and during pregnancy
Reproduction and ontogeny in tree-shrews (Tupaia belangeri), with reference to their general behavior and taxonomic relationships
Odorant-odorant metabolic interaction, a novel actor in olfactory perception and behavioral responsiveness
Within-litter covariance of allele-specific MHC heterozygosity, coccidian endoparasite load and growth is modulated by sibling differences in starting mass
Brief olfactory learning drives perceptive sensitivity in newborn rabbits: new insights in peripheral processing of odor mixtures and induction
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