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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 6: Performances in the sucrose pellet-supported runway choice conditioning and test in sham surgical and gonadectomized male and female mice. (a) When the surgery was done at 4-week-old male mice, sham surgical and orchidectomized mice exhibited low and comparable miss rates of trained runway choice at the last round of operant training. (b) When mice received the test with a group, orchidectomized male mice exhibited lower conformity index as compared with the sham surgical male mice.aHigher than the other three groups.bHigher than the groups receiving the test individually. (c) When the surgery was done at their 4 weeks of age, sham surgical and ovariectomized female mice exhibited low and comparable miss rates of trained runway choice at the last round of the operant training. (d) When mice received the test with a group, sham surgical and ovariectomized female mice exhibited comparable conformity indices and higher than the female mice receiving the test individually.aHigher than the groups receiving the test individually.

Figure 6: Performances in the sucrose pellet-supported runway choice conditioning and test in sham surgical and gonadectomized male and female mice. (a) When the surgery was done at 4-week-old male mice, sham surgical and orchidectomized mice exhibited low and comparable miss rates of trained runway choice at the last round of operant training. (b) When mice received the test with a group, orchidectomized male mice exhibited lower conformity index as compared with the sham surgical male mice.<sup>a</sup>Higher than the other three groups.<sup>b</sup>Higher than the groups receiving the test individually. (c) When the surgery was done at their 4 weeks of age, sham surgical and ovariectomized female mice exhibited low and comparable miss rates of trained runway choice at the last round of the operant training. (d) When mice received the test with a group, sham surgical and ovariectomized female mice exhibited comparable conformity indices and higher than the female mice receiving the test individually.<sup>a</sup>Higher than the groups receiving the test individually.