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The effect of mature males on the sexual development of young female and male field voles, reared in either long (stimulating) or short (inhibiting) photoperiods, was examined. Females reared in the presence of a mature male had a more advanced state of sexual maturation (as indicated by uterine weight) than did females reared in isolation from males, in long and short photoperiods (P < 0\m=.\01). No interaction between photoperiod and male presence was found. Augmented uterine growth occurreddoi:10.1530/jrf.0.0780231 pmid:3531507 fatcat:rrepcmx7yzc7rkydpqk4a6ooui