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Prenatal stress and ketamine affect the behavioral and physiological responsiveness of early adolescent pigs to a novel arena and social confrontation test

By B. L. Backus, P. J. Bryer, M. A. Sutherland

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2013
Publication Title Applied Animal Behaviour Science
Volume 145
Issue 3/4
Pages 60-69
ISBN/ISSN 0168-1591
Language English
Author Address Department of Animal and Food Sciences, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409, USA. mhairi.sutherland@agresearch.co.nz
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  1. Adolescents
  2. Adrenal glands
  3. Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)
  4. Anesthesia
  5. Animal behavior
  6. Animal physiology
  7. Animal reproduction
  8. Animals
  9. Blood
  10. Children
  11. Drug therapy
  12. Effect
  13. Glucocorticoids
  14. Humans
  15. Hydrocortisone
  16. Ketamine
  17. Mammals
  18. Meat animals
  19. Men
  20. neurotropic drugs
  21. objectives
  22. peer-reviewed
  23. Pesticides and Drugs
  24. Pharmacology & Pharmacy
  25. Pigs
  26. plasma
  27. pregnancy
  28. Primates
  29. progeny
  30. Reproduction
  31. sows
  32. Suiformes
  33. ungulates
  34. vertebrates
  35. Veterinary pharmacology
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