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TitleEndocrinology and Physiology of Reproduction [electronic resource] / edited by P. C. K. Leung, D. T. Armstrong, K. B. Ruf, W. H. Moger, H. G. Friesen
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1987
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Descript XII, 360 p. online resource


Section I: Hypothalamus and Other Brain Areas -- Estrogen Acting on Hypothalamic Neurons May Have Trophic Effects on Those Neurons and the Cells on Which They Synapse -- Gonadal Steroid Control of Synaptogenesis in the Neuroendocrine Brain -- The Electrophysiology of the Hypothalamic Gonadotropic Hormone Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Pulse Generator in the Rhesus Monkey -- Ovarian Feedback Regulation of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Secretion and Action -- Short and Ultrashort Feedback Control of Gonadotropin Secretion -- The Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Gonadal System: Role of Peptides and Sex Steroids -- Involvement of GABA in the Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction -- Section II: Pituitary -- Hypothalamic Biogenic Amines and the Regulation of Luteinizing Hormone Release in the Rat -- Dual Action of Norepinephrine in the Control of Gonadotropin Release -- Physiological and Biochemical Dissection of Mechanisms Underlying Puberty -- Biological Activity on Non-GnRH Synthetic Peptide Sequences of the GnRH Precursor -- Mechanisms of GnRH Action: Interactions between GnRH-Stimulated Calcium-Phospholipid Pathways Mediating Gonadotropin Secretion -- Phosphoinositide Turnover, Ca2+ Mobilization, and Protein Kinase C Activation in GnRH Action on Pituitary Gonadotropin Release -- Section III: Gonads -- The Ovarian Granulosa Cell as a Follicle-Stimulating Hormone Target Tissue -- Intra-ovarian Actions of Steroids in the Regulation of Follicular Steroid Biosynthesis -- Interaction between the Oocyte and the Granulosa Cells in the Preovulatory Follicle -- Secretion of Oxytocin by the Corpus Luteum and its Role in Luteolysis in the Sheep -- Catecholamine Effects on Leydig Cell Steroidogenesis: A Review -- Evidence for Intratesticular Factors Which Mediate the Response of Leydig Cells to Disruption of Spermatogenesis -- hCG/LH-Induced Changes in Testicular Blood Flow, Microcirculation and Vascular Permeability in Adult Rats -- Morphology of Normal and Abnormal Testicular Descent and the Regulation of This Process -- Section IV: Fetus and Placenta -- Sex Differentiation -- The Placental Lactogen Gene Family: Structure and Regulation -- Hormonal Influences on Fetal and Perinatal Water Metabolism -- The Orchestration of Parturition: Does the Fetus play the Tune? -- Author Index

Medicine Human physiology Endocrinology Reproductive medicine Medicine & Public Health Endocrinology Reproductive Medicine Human Physiology


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