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Author: D. G. M Wood-Gush
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Title: The behaviour of the domestic fowl
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The behaviour of the domestic fowl by D. G. M Wood-Gush



Professor David Grainger Marcus Wood-Gush FRSE (20 November 1922–1 December 1992) was a South African-born animal geneticist and ethologist based for most of his professional life in Edinburgh. He was an expert on animal behaviour and academic author in this field. He was one of the first to study the impacts of factory farming

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G. M. Wood-Gush, F Galbraith. Equine veterinary journal. Experimental cages were provided with a trough of sterilized earth, and the behaviour of focal individuals was recorded fo. More).

Thwarting of feeding behaviour in the domestic fowl. Animal Behavour 20: 444. Ferrari, . Gessa, G. L. and Vargiu, C. (1963). New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Seigel, H. S. (1980). Physiological stress in birds. Wood-Gush, D. G. (1972). Strain differences in response to sub-optimal stimuli in the fowl. Animal Behaviour 20: 72. and Guiton, P. (1967). Studies on thwarting in the domestic fowl. Revue du Comportement Animal.

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Wood-Gush, D. 1956. The agonistic and courtship behaviour of the brown leghorn cock. British Journal of Animal Behaviour, 4, 133–142. Mate selection: a selection for a handicap. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 53, 205–214. Zuk, . Johnson, . Thornhill, R. & Ligon, D. J. 1990a. The role of male ornaments and courtship behaviour in female mate choice of red jungle fowl. American Naturalist, 136, 459–473. & Ligon, J. D. 1990c. Parasites and mate choice in red jungle fowl. American Zoologist, 30, 235–244. Ligon, J. & Thornhill, R. 1992. Effects of experimental manipulation of male secondary sex characters on female mate preference in red junglefowl.

196 STUDIES ON REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR IN PRIMATES . KEVERNE Department of Anatomy, Cambridge University, Cambridge (Great Britain) ABSTRACT Sexual interaction between oppositely sexed pairs of rhesus monkeys depends upon a multiplicity of factors, but important among these is (1) the state of female receptivity and related to this, but independent of it, (2) female attractiveness as a sexual stimulus to the male. The control of the nesting behaviour of the domestic hen. II. The role of the ovaryDocuments. The relative importance of ovarian and oviducal factors in controlling the nesting behaviour of the domestic henDocuments. III. The effect of cocaine in the post-ovulatory follicleDocuments. Dust-bathing behaviour in the domestic henDocuments.

Professor David Grainger Marcus Wood-Gush FRSE (20 November 1922–1 December 1992) was a South African-born animal geneticist and ethologist based for most of his professional life in Edinburgh. He was one of the first to study the impacts of factory farming. He advocated the study of animal behaviour to gauge what implied "humane treatment" for different species, and tried to balance these factors against economic viability for the farmer. In literature he is usually referred to as D G M Wood-Gush. Self-Awareness in Domesticated Animals (1980). The Behaviour of Domestic Fowl (1971 reprinted 1989). Managing the Behaviour of Animals. Elements of Ethology. The Genetic and Population Dynamics of Porcellio Scaber (1953).

The vocal repertoire of the red jungle fowl: A spectrographic classification and the code of communication. The Condor 89, 510-524. Animal behaviour, animal welfare and the scientific study of affect. The Behaviour of the Domestic Fowl’. Heinemann Educational: London).

The interpretation of the behavior of domestic fowl in strange environments. Biology of Behavior 3:39–61. The foraging strategy of the seaweed-eating sheep of North Ronaldsay, Orkney. 1972. Animal Behavior 20:72–76. and R. Beilhartz. The enrichment of a bare environment for animals in confined conditions. Applied Animal Ethology 10:179–190. and A. B. Gilbert. Observations on the laying behavior of hens in battery cages. British Poultry Science 10:29–36. P. Jensen, and B. Algers.