developmental physiology

developmental physiology

the study of the physiological processes as they relate to embryonic development.
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The first part considers the principles of developmental physiology and the pathophysiology of neonatal shock, the auto-regulation of vital and nonvital organ blood flow, and the controversies surrounding the definition of normal blood pressure in neonates, as well as the use of functional echocardiography, near-infrared spectroscopy, and advanced magnetic resonance imaging.
Guidelines on paediatric dosing on the basis of developmental physiology and pharmacokinetics consid-erations.
Auxin hormone receptors have been characterized and selective degradation of transcription factors via the ubiqutin-26S proteosome pathway is known to result from hormone binding but there is currently little understanding of how hormone reception leads to that accelerated transcription factor degradation or how this, in turn, alters developmental physiology.
Developmental Physiology of the Zebrafish Cardiovascular System
of Illinois at Chicago) assemble a group of pediatricians, neonatologists, gynecologists, and other specialists from the US, Europe, and Australia who present 29 chapters that update physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, residents, and students on the developmental physiology of the immune response in the fetus and neonate, cellular or cytokine replacement therapies for treatment of hematological deficiencies or infectious disease, and controversies in immune modulation that may play a role in preventing allergic disorders in the developing infant.

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