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Jenikejew, J.; Wauters, J.; Dehnhard, M.; Scheumann, M., 2021. The female effect—how female receptivity influences faecal testosterone metabolite levels, socio-positive behaviour and vocalization in male Southern white rhinoceroses. Conservation Physiology 9 (1): 1-15 - https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/coab026

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Jenikejew, J.; Wauters, J.; Dehnhard, M.; Scheumann, M., 2021. Linking social-sexual and vocal behavior with faecal progesterone and oestrogen metabolite levels in southern White rhinoceros females . Conservation Physiology 9(1) : 1-16, 5 figures, 2 tables, https://doi:10.1093/conphys/coab098

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Kretzschmar, P.; Ganslosser, U.; Dehnhard, M., 2004. Relationship between androgens, environmental factors and reproductive behavior in male white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum). Hormones and Behavior 45: 1-9, fig.s 1-5, tab. 1

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Kretzschmar, P.; Dehnhard, M.; Ganslosser, U.; Kellner, K.; Lechner-Doll, M., 2002. Ecological and endocrinological investigations of female mate choice in free-ranging white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum): 48

 In: Dehnhard, M. et al. 4th International Symposium on physiology and ethology of wild and zoo animals. Berlin, Blackwell


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Dehnhard, M.; Hofer, H., 2002. 4th International Symposium on physiology and ethology of wild and zoo animals. Berlin, Blackwell

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Kretzschmar, P.; Granslosser, U.; Dehnhard, M., 2001. Androgen analysis as a possible measure to increase breeding success in white rhinoceros. Proceedings of the International Theriological Congress 8: 419

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