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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Workability, endurance and energy shifts in consolidation and memory in aggressive and non-aggressive animals and and Neurochemical profile

( Vol-2,Issue-4,April 2016 )

Author(s): Nikolaishvili M., Chichinadze K., Nadareishvili D., Jikia G., Museliani T. Iordanishvili G. Koptonashvili L



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Page No: 241-246
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Aggression is a motivational behaviour which has a definite direction. On the other hand, we can consider it as a reason of social degradation or it can be viewed as a population and civilization suppressor. Insensive researches are being carried out in resent years in order to define the characteristic mechanisms of aggression, for example, to determine the emotional condition of the subject. Emotions are specific objective changes typical for viability which are identified through biochemical, electrophysiological, motor functions (2,4,9). This is why the objective of our work is to determine endurance and workability in aggressive and non-aggressive animals.

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