- muricidal. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search (biology) Possessing the muricide instinct; inclined to kill mice.
- Effects of incisor-cutting on muricidal behavior induced by olfactory
- Muricidal behavior in rats is composed of two main components, attacking and killing performance.
- Effects of housing and muricidal behavior on serotonergic receptors
- species aggression, were tested for inhibition of muricidal behavior by isolated rats.
- Olfactory Bulbectomy, Peripheral Anosmia, and Mouse Killing and
- distinguishable from the relatively clean, quick kills of naturally muricidal rats.
- Scientists Tinker with Neurons to Turn Lovers into Fighters
- Kissing becomes killing, humping becomes homicide (well, muricide, technically). There were two important differences between the way these neurons responded to artificial stimulation for aggression and for mating.
- muricide - Wiktionary
- muricide (uncountable) The mechanism of muricide behavior probably involves a discrete area of the Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.
- muricidal - Wiktionary
-  Adjective. muricidal (not comparable).
- Muricidal test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Muricidal Test is used in biological research. The name is derived from the Latin, for "killing of mice".
- Handling in infancy, brain laterality and muricide in rats.
- Behav Brain Res. 1983 Mar;7(3):351-9. Handling in infancy, brain laterality and muricide in rats.
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