reproductive endocrinology

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reproductive endocrinology

the study of the maternal female hormone system, including the activities of the hypothalamus, pituitary, and ovaries from puberty through menopause.
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The College also plans to construct replacement beef facilities focused on beef reproduction and reproductive physiology to support the FAES mission of teaching, research and outreach.
I teach several physiology courses: Human Anatomy and Physiology, Animal Physiology, Human Physiology, and Reproductive Physiology.
During the past two decades, considerable advances have been made in our understanding of buffalo reproductive physiology, however, previous reviews (Palta and Chauhan, 1998; Gasparrini, 2002) and more recent studies suggest that the rate of transferable embryo yield remains at a plateau (Manjunatha et al.
76 THE EFFECTS OF URBAN POLLUTION ON THE REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA HALIBUT (PARALICHTHYS CALIFORNICUS)
Whereas the androgens testosterone (T) and dihydrotestosterone exert dominant influence on male reproductive physiology and pathology, aromatization of T to [E.
in Zoology from the State University of New York at Oswego in 1988 and his doctorate from the University of Massachusetts in Reproductive Physiology in 1998.
Reproductive physiology and human development are common topics in biology courses at many levels.
Hixon and Moyer said they can't be sure what underlies all the changes in reproductive physiology that they observed, but they did look at gene expression in the exposed mice and found that among more than 80 genes whose expression was altered, a few pertain to reproductive hormone receptors.
In Amenorrhea, A Case-Based, Clinical Guide, the editors state that they set out to organize a comprehensive review of amenorrhea that would update clinicians "on our current knowledge regarding normal female reproductive physiology and .
IHH has served as a neuroendocrine model providing insights into molecular basis of reproductive physiology.
We now for the first time have a method to make pigs that can be a source of cells and organs for regenerative medicine in a meaningful way," said Steve Stice, a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Reproductive Physiology and director of the UGA's Regenerative Bioscience Center.
In addition, changes in quantity and quality of phytoplankton species affect growth and reproductive physiology of the animals (Lodeiros & Himmelman 1999, Barber & Blake 1991).

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