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Kruska DCT: Comparative quantitative investigations on brains of wild cavies (Cavia aperea) and guinea pigs (Cavia aperea f. porcellus): a contribution to size changes of CNS structures due to domestication. Mamm Biol. In press. DOI: 10.1016/j.mambio.2013.12.005.
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Miller, R., & Lamb, R. (2005). The Revolution in Horsemanship: And What It Means to Mankind. Guilford,Connecticut: The Lyons Press.
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Tegetmeier, W. B., & Sutherland, C. L. (1895). Horses, asses, zebras, mules and mule breeding.
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Zentall, T. R., & Hogan, D. E. (1975). Key pecking in pigeons produced by pairing keylight with inaccessible grain. J Exp Anal Behav, 23(2), 199–206.
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