6 edition of Comparative Aspects of Neuroendocrine Control of Behavior (Frontiers of Hormone Research) found in the catalog.
August 1980 by S. Karger AG (Switzerland) .
Written in English
|Contributions||C. Valverde-Rodriguez (Editor), H. Arechiga (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
In Hormones and Male Reproductive Physiology, as in Hormones and Female Reproductive Physiology, the origin, synthesis, chemistry, secretion, metabolism, biological roles, and mechanisms of actions of the male and female reproductive hormones are reviewed. Much of the material is reviews what is normally covered in a general biology course. Neuroendocrine and reproductive systems are the specialty of the new co-author of this edition, and corresponding chapters have been appropriately increased in coverage. The beautifully designed figures, all in full colour with comprehensive legends, succinctly summarise many aspects of the text or illustrate scientific data. To do this, they use organs which act as transducers, converting various kinds of energy from the environment into action potentials. I am particularly grateful to my past students, both in the classroom and the research laboratory, who provided me with an opportunity to develop the thoughts that are now presented in this textbook of endocrinology.
These references will provide the reader with most of the important earlier studies related to a particular topic. The remainder of the text clearly describes the interaction between neurotransmitters and hormones and their relationship with animal behaviors. Baby sea turtles, upon hatching on a beach, are programmed to seek the water, where they then can maintain themselves without parental assistance. A discussion of the integrated functional aspects of Catecholamines and the Sympathoadrenal System provides recent data on the developmental biology of catecholamine biosynthesis within adrenal chromaffin tissue and sympathetic neurons.
Although other mechanisms are possible, the alterations in the secretion of hypothalamic hormones with age have been traced to deficiencies in the secretion of brain neurotransmitters. Pulmonary neuroendocrine cells are also known as Kulchitsky cells or K cells. Migratory impulses are at least partially under hormonal control. In Introduction to Endocrinology, a short chronology of endocrine research is presented. I am particularly grateful to my past students, both in the classroom and the research laboratory, who provided me with an opportunity to develop the thoughts that are now presented in this textbook of endocrinology.
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The author is indebted to Ms. Ernst and Berta Scharrer of the Comparative Aspects of Neuroendocrine Control of Behavior book of Munich the Albert Einstein College of Medicine are credited as co-founders the field of neuroendocrinology with their initial observations and proposals in concerning neuropeptides.
From the Inside Flap: Preface The central theme of this text is the role of chemical messengers, or hormones, Comparative Aspects of Neuroendocrine Control of Behavior book they are of endocrine or neural origin, in the control of physiological processes.
Where neuroendocrine cells are located Neuroendocrine cells are found in almost every organ of the body. Individuals interested in the topic of endocrinology mainly fall into the following general categories: 1 teachers and their students interested in a general comprehensive coverage of the topic, 2 teachers and their students with preprofessional interests premedical, predental, other health-related sciences3 teachers and students interested in comparative endocrinology, and 4 professional scientists in research and health-related professions.
Baby sea turtles, upon hatching on a beach, are programmed to seek the water, where they then can maintain themselves without parental assistance. Methods for the study of behavioural neuroendocrinology; This basic information is also essential to understand the profound effects of hormones on behavior, described in Chapter Thus has emerged the field of neuroendocrinology.
So understanding these central actions also became the province of neuroendocrinologists, sometimes even when these peptides cropped up in quite different parts of the brain that appeared to serve functions unrelated to endocrine regulation.
They are carried by portal vessels to the pituitary cells where they may stimulate, inhibit, or maintain the function of a particular cell type.
Also called nerve cell. Although endocrine physiology has been separated from neurophysiology in the past, it is now amply documented that hormones may originate from either endocrine or neural tissue.
The brain also receives information about the animal's physiological state and serves as a command center for translating physiological needs into behavioral responses.
I am particularly grateful to my past students, both in the classroom and the research laboratory, who provided me with an opportunity to develop the thoughts that are now presented in this textbook of endocrinology. The release of these hypothalamic hormones influences the secretion of anterior pituitary hormones that subsequently regulate tissue function.
A final chapter devoted to Neurohormones emphasizes the emerging understanding of the importance of neuropeptides to endocrine system function.
Each link leads to a discussion of the sensory systems used by animals to take advantage of these different forms of environmental information. For further detailed information on the topics covered in each chapter, all students can consult selected references provided in the text.
One example is the augmentation of the treatment of mood symptoms with thyroid hormone. Neuropeptides II: function; Nervous systems Axons are organized into a nervous system. The best-characterized peptides are GRP, the mammalian form of bombesin, and CGRP; these substances exert direct mitogenic effects on epithelial cells and exhibit many properties akin to growth factors.
For example, the discovery and physiological roles of the endorphins, the opiatelike peptides, or "analgesic hormones," are discussed.
Lastly, the evolution of endocrine systems is discussed.Understanding of the neuroendocrine system provides an insight into a wide range of bodily and mental processes. Neuroendocrinology and Behavior brings its readers a concise guide to up-to-date knowledge on the function of the endocrine glands and organs in association with neurotransmitters, neuropeptides, and behavioral galisend.com by: 2.
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