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MP term:increased aggression towards males
Synonym: aggression towards males
MP id: MP:0001354
Definition: when compared to controls, subjects exhibit greater than the normal level of domineering, assaultive posture and/or hostile physical action toward male mice
Number of paths to term: 2

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mammalian phenotype
        is-abehavior/neurological phenotype
                is-aabnormal behavior
                        is-aabnormal emotion/affect behavior
                                is-aabnormal aggression-related behavior
                                        is-aincreased aggression
                                                is-aincreased aggression towards mice
                                                        is-aincreased aggression towards females
                                                        is-aincreased aggression towards males [MP:0001354] (26 genotypes, 26 annotations)
                                                                is-aincreased aggression towards males in competition for females


mammalian phenotype
        is-abehavior/neurological phenotype
                is-aabnormal behavior
                        is-aabnormal social/conspecific interaction
                                is-aincreased aggression towards mice
                                        is-aincreased aggression towards females
                                        is-aincreased aggression towards males [MP:0001354] (26 genotypes, 26 annotations)
                                                is-aincreased aggression towards males in competition for females

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