intermale

intermale

(ˌɪntəˈmeɪl)
adj
occurring between males
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Les analyses genetiques de paternite montrent que les enfants nes dans une communaute sont bel et bien ceux des males de cette derniere, observation qui conforte, indirectement, l'idee que la defense territoriale empeche efficacement les males etrangers de feconder les femelles du groupe et qu'elle s'inscrit dans le cadre de la concurrence sexuelle intermale.
Intermale aggression in mice: Does hour of castration after birth influence adult behavior?
Abstract: Two adult, male domestic turkeys were treated with implants of deslorelin acetate, a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist, to reduce intermale aggression and aggression directed toward the animal care team at a zoologic institution.
Effects of Size and Flight Performance on Intermale Mate Competition in the Cicada Killer, Sphecius speciosus Drury (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae).
Intermale variation in aggregation pheromone release in Prostephanus truncatus.
By contrast, the involvement of AMPA-type glutamate receptors in the regulation of social behaviour has been clearly suggested by experiments with mice deficient for the GluR-A subunit-containing AMPA receptors showing reduced intermale aggression.
One hypothesis explaining this tertiary clustering is that these closest clumps of burrows are maintained by intermale signaling via substrate-borne vibrations (Hill and Shadley, 1997, 2001).
Such calls often attract more mates, and louder males win in intermale interactions (Greenfield 1997, Couldridge & van Staaden 2006, Mhatre & Balakrishnan 2008, Ponce-Wainer & Cueva del Castillo 2008).
Rather "the relationship between Marlow and Kurtz takes place within a whole matrix of intermale relationships involving competitiveness, desire, bonding, the sharing and appropriation of power and knowledge" as well as the exclusion of women from such power and knowledge and the imperialist adventure (131).
The calling song of the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus (de Geer): constraints on transmission and its role in intermale competition and female choice.
The symbolic meanings of these brutalities rely upon the gendering and sexualizing of intermale relations of domination and subordination.