MOESM2 of Sex differences in avoidance behavior after perceiving potential risk in mice
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Additional file 2: Figure S2. Sexually different immobility in the active avoidance test between male and females in each estrous phase. X and Y axis indicates sex and avoidance latency, respectively. White triangles, dark gray circles, medium gray squares, and light gray diamonds indicate scores in individuals in males (n = 10) and females in proestrus (n = 3), estrus (n = 8), and diestrus (n = 6) phase respectively. The mean avoidance rate in males and females in each estrus phase were indicated by a black triangle, circle, square, and diamond, respectively. Two asterisks indicate bins showing significant sex difference between male and females in proestrus, and male and females in estrus phase, respectively.