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Responses of captive Caribbean cleaning gobies to exposure to a control (no fish client; white bars), harmless clients (grey bars) and predatory clients (black bars) in terms of: (a) cortisol concentration in holding-water, and (b) latency of reaction to client stimulus (i.e. time taken to move within 5 cm of client) (s).

By Marta C. Soares (317334), Redouan Bshary (82817), Sónia C. Cardoso (318052), Isabelle M. Côté (178870) and Rui F. Oliveira (308157)

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<p>Means are shown ±1 SEM. Sample sizes are given in parentheses.</p

Topics: Neuroscience, Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, Inorganic Chemistry, captive, caribbean, cleaning, gobies, harmless, clients, predatory, cortisol, latency, taken, cm
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039781.g002
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/288320
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