MOESM4 of Sex differences in avoidance behavior after perceiving potential risk in mice

Additional file 4: Figure S4. Absence of sex differences between males and females in each estrous phase in responses in the TST (A, B) and FST (C, D). X and Y axis indicates day and immobility time, respectively. (A) White triangles, dark gray circles, medium gray squares, and light gray diamonds indicate scores in individuals in males (n = 12) and females in proestrus (n = 5), estrus (n = 6), and diestrus (n = 4) phase, respectively. (B) The mean immobility in males and females in each estrus phase were indicated by black triangles, dark gray circles, medium gray squares, and light gray diamonds, respectively. (C) Scores in individuals in males (n = 12) and females in proestrus (n = 4), estrus (n = 4) and diestrus (n = 7) were indicated by the same maker types with (A). (D) The mean immobility in males and females in each estrus phase were indicated by the same marker types with (B), respectively. Each asterisk indicates significant increasing the immobility from day 1 to 2.