4 edition of Neuroendocrinology of Female Reproductive Function found in the catalog.
Neuroendocrinology of Female Reproductive Function
by Parthenon Publishing Group
Written in English
|Contributions||U. Montemagno (Editor), A. R. Genazzani (Editor), International Capri Conference on Neuroendocrine and Peripheral disord (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||460|
The discovery of the adipostatic hormone leptin has transformed our understanding of the neurobiology of appetite control and has helped to establish the biological basis of obesity. In recent years there has been a wealth of publications relating to the physiology of this peptide. This volume sets out to draw together key features of the central effects of leptin.4/5(1). This innovative, introductory text is authored by key subject leaders in clinical neuroendocrinology with decades of research and teaching experience. Addressing the need for a concise description of human neuroendocrine systems, this important review of various significant basic science advances is Author: Michael Wilkinson, S. Ali Imran.
NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY Chairperson: T Nett The role of kisspeptin in reproductive function in the ewe Jeremy T. Smith, Penelope A.R. Hawken, Michael N. Lehman and Graeme B. Martin FULL BOOK AVAILABLE FROM The subject of this book is neuroendocrinology, that branch of biological science devoted to the interactions between the two major integrative organ systems of animals-the endocrine and nervous systems. A Gross Anatomical Study of the Peripheral Nerves Associated with Reproductive Function in the Female Albino Rat --I. Introduction.
Female Reproductive System - Menstrual Cycle, Hormones and Regulation Male Reproductive System - Hormonal Function and Regulation (sperm synthesis and maturation) - . Features: The book takes readers on a gradual journey across the reproductive landscape, starting microscopically at the level of the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis and traveling macroscopically through the structure, function, and control of the female reproductive tract. It transitions nicely to the pathophysiology of sexual development Book Edition: 6.
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The Brain and Female Reproductive Function: The Proceedings of the First Capri Conference on the Brain and Female Reproductive Function: Basic and C (Frontiers in Gynecological Endocrinology Series) [Capri Conference on the Brain and Female Reproductive Function: Basic and Clinical Aspects (1st: ), U.
Montemagno, C. Nappi, A. Genazzani, F. Petraglia] on *FREE*. Michel Ferin is Professor of Physiology in the Center for Reproductive Sciences at Columbia University. He is an expert in basic and applied research in the physiology and neuroendocrinology of the female reproductive by: This cornerstone text thoroughly covers both basic science and clinical practice, making it a one-stop reference for all reproductive issues, including impaired fertility, infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, problems of sexual development, menstrual disturbances, fibroids, endometriosis, female and male reproductive aging, fertility preservation, assisted reproduction technologies including ovarian.
Neuroendocrinology of female reproductive function: the proceedings of the Second International Capri Conference, held in Capri, Italy, MayAuthor: U Montemagno.
Female reproductive success requires multifaceted, temporally coordinated hormone secretion. The circadian timing system is central to this complex neuroendocrine regulation, with circadian. Neuroendocrinology is a relatively new science that emerged in the midth century as a branch of endocrinology, propelled in Neuroendocrinology of Female Reproductive Function book by the realization that the brain produces neurohormones and thereby functions as an endocrine organ.
Neuroendocrinology, Volume II, is the second in a two-volume treatise designed to provide a survey of all aspects of the rapidly expanding science of neuroendocrinology.
Only in Book Edition: 1. The first clue that the HPA is involved in female reproductive aging. Studies pioneered by the endocrinologist Selmar Aschheim in showed that ovaries transplanted from young female rats with normal estrous cycles into old, non-cycling mice failed to restore estrous cyclicity, suggesting that the ovary is not the sole determinant of female reproductive senescence.
30 InPeng and Cited by: A further case is the discovery of the KISS1 gene, and its encoded neuropeptide kisspeptin, now recognized as obligatory for successful human reproductive function.
Although several texts are currently available that cover the field of clinical neuroendocrinology, they are almost exclusively advanced, multi-author books written by experts and. the neuroendocrine system and reproductive function in farm animals. Central control of Reproductive physiology: The Hypothalamus-Pituitary– Gonadal axis The reproductive function in these animals is governed by the HPG axis, a complex neuroendocrine system.
This axis is composed of three anatomically and functionallyFile Size: KB. / Overweight, obesity and reproductive function (r pasquali) / Coffee break / Thyroid hormones and prolactin: modulation of reproduction (p Bouchard) / Premature ovarian failure: impact on neuroendcrine and reproductive functions (n panay) / Welcome cocktail oc t o b e r 28, Now celebrating its 40th anniversary, Yen & Jaffe's Reproductive Endocrinology, 8th Edition, by Drs.
Jerome F. Strauss III, Robert L. Barbieri, and Antonio R. Gargiulo, keeps you up to date with the latest information on the diagnosis and management of the full range of female and male reproductive disorders.
This cornerstone text thoroughly covers both basic science and clinical practice. Reproduction consists of various physiological events including fertilization, development of sexual characteristics, social behavior, maturation, and aging. Reproductive functions are ultimately regulated by the hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) by: 1.
Reproductive functions in female mammals can be significantly affected by the actions of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) on steroid hormone secretion rates.
The subject of this book is neuroendocrinology, that branch of biological science devoted to the interactions between the two major integrative organ systems of animals-the endocrine and nervous systems. Although this science today reflects a fusion of endocrinology and neurobiology, this Author: Norman Adler.
The conception of human life and the propagation of the species has long been a subject of curiosity in all civilizations. Although much is now known about the biology of reproduction, a great deal remains to be discovered about the diseases and disorders that can damage the reproductive system.
Ethical concerns surrounding the issues of birth control and abortion have also provoked much Reviews: 2. National and international leaders from the field of reproductive endocrinology—including 30 new authors—equip you with coverage that encompasses the full spectrum of reproductive pathophysiology and disorders, from pregnancy and birth to reproductive aging.
GnRH: The Master Molecule of Reproduction aims to bring together the large and diverse literature of both laboratory and applied research that focuses on these unique book will provide basic background into reproductive neuroendocrinology, as well as specifics regarding the role of GnRH neurons in the control of reproduction.
Reproduction is all about making babies, and the female reproductive system is specialized for this purpose. Its functions include producing female gametes called eggs, secreting female sex hormones (such as estrogen), providing a site for fertilization, gestating a fetus if fertilization occurs, giving birth to a baby, and breastfeeding a baby.
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Start studying Function of the female reproductive structures. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.The female reproductive system functions to produce gametes and reproductive hormones, just like the male reproductive system; however, it also has the additional task of supporting the developing fetus and delivering it to the outside world.
Unlike its male counterpart, the female reproductive system is located primarily inside the pelvic.Dr. Michel Ferin is Professor of Physiology in the Center for Reproductive Sciences at Columbia University. He is an expert in basic and applied research in the physiology and neuroendocrinology of the female reproductive system.5/5(1).