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Science. 1988 Sep 30;241(4874):1775-81.

Hormonal control of behavior: amines and the biasing of behavioral output in lobsters.

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  • Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02115.


Hormones and neurohormones act on the nervous system to produce important changes in behavior. Amine actions in the lobster nervous system and their possible relations to aggressive behavior in lobsters were studied in order to explore how such changes might come about.

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