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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Zoology
Level: College
Author: jmaresh@wcupa.edu
Created: a month ago

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College Zoology

In the example from the textbook reading, male prairie voles are monogamous. They are attentive to young, and aggressive toward intruders. This appears to be related to                                                                           .
  1. special chemicals in female vole urine that promote such behavior in males
  2. the prevalence of monogamy among rodent species
  3. the heavy investment most male mammals place in parental care
  4. the distribution of neuropeptide receptors in the brains of voles
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