2 edition of Comparative biology of reproduction in mammals found in the catalog.
Comparative biology of reproduction in mammals
International Symposium on the Comparative Biology of Reproduction in Mammals (1964 London)
Sponsored by the Society for the Study of Fertility and the Zoological Society of London.
|Statement||ed. by I.W. Rowlands.|
|Series||Symposia of the Zoological Society of London -- no.15|
|Contributions||Rowlands, I. W., Society for the Study of Fertility., Zoological Society of London.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||559|
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Hormones play an important role in reproduction. A delicate balance exists among the various hormones. Figure shows the connections between the different reproductive hormones and parts in mammals. In mammals, GnRH stimulates the anterior pituitary gland in the brain to release both FSH and LH, which are essential to reproduction. Tree shrews are small-bodied, scansorial, squirrel-like mammals that occupy a wide range of arboreal, semi-arboreal, and forest floor niches in Southeast Asia and adjacent islands. Comparative aspects of tree shrew biology have been the subject of extensive investigations during the past two decades.
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Genre/Form: Congress Conference proceedings: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Comparative biology of reproduction in mammals. [London] Published for the Zoological Society of London by Academic Press, In this chapter, some of the basic principles of reproduction are discussed without trying to give a complete overview.
Instead, some examples are presented which represent common principles of reproduction. In addition, some aspects of human reproduction are described in order to highlight interesting species by: 5. Janis and Carrano () suggested that large dinosaurs might have faced a lower risk of extinction under ecological changes than similar-sized mammals because large dinosaurs had a higher potential reproductive output than similar-sized mammals (JC hypothesis).
First, we tested the assumption underlying the JC hypothesis. We therefore analysed the potential reproductive output (reflected in Cited by: Most of the book covers a very detailed, well done, discussions of extinct mammals.
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Reproductive Biology of the Great Apes: Comparative and Biomedical Perspectives discusses the great ape reproduction. The book opens with the menstrual cycle of apes as a good foundation for the subject areas that follow.
Accordingly, Chapter 2 focuses on the endocrine changes during the stage of pregnancy among apes, specifically the hormonal changes in chimpanzee. 'Fusco's and Minelli's The Biology of Reproduction is impressive in scope. Rather than adopting a more restricted perspective on reproduction - be it on reproduction in mammals, animals, or plants - this book provides a comprehensive overview of the various similarities and variations of this central biological phenomenon across the whole tree of life.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: I Comparative Overview of Mammalian Gametes.- 1 The Coevolution of Mammalian Gametes.- 2 Comparative Morphology of Mammalian Gametes.- 3 A Comparison of Mammalian Sperm Membranes.- 4 Mammalian Sperm Acrosomal Enzymes and the Acrosome Reaction.- 5.
Knobil and Neill's Physiology of Reproduction. Book • 4th Edition • Authors: Fertilization is a key step in the process of reproduction. In mammals, this begins with the entry of sperm into the fertile state by the process of capacitation, which occurs under instruction from the female reproductive tract, and is required for sperm.
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A unique interdisciplinary overview of the way mammals reproduce, this volume synthesizes research done by laboratory physiologists, behaviorists, population ecologists, and animal breeders.
Bronson has drawn together the disparate literature in these areas to provide students and researchers with a comprehensive and biologically integrated approach to the study of mammalian reproduction.4/5(1).
Description: Reproduction in Mammals is intended to meet the needs of undergraduates reading zoology, biology, biochemistry, physiology, medicine, veterinary science and agriculture, and to be a source of information for advanced students and research workers.
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The field encompasses naturally seen cancers in veterinary patients and the extremely low rates of cancers seen in large mammals such as elephants and whales. Encyclopedia of Reproduction, Second Edition comprehensively reviews biology and abnormalities, also covering the most common diseases in humans, such as prostate and breast cancer, as well as normal developmental biology, including embryogenesis, gestation, birth and puberty.
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F. H. Bronson has drawn together the disparate literature in these areas to provide students and researchers with a comprehensive and biologically integrated approach to the study of mammalian reproduction.Book Chapter Book Title: Comparative biology of reproduction in mammals Volume: Symposia of the Zoological Society Issue: No.
15 Pages: Abstract: A short history of observations of reproduction in female diprotodont marsupials is given. They were bred in large numbers in English menageries during the nineteenth century but systematic Cited by: Process of Reproduction in Mammals: Together with the development of the cerebral hemispheres and complex behaviour, the mammals owe their success to the efficiency of their reproductive system.
In this class of vertebrates, we find protection of the developing young and subsequent care of the offspring exceedingly highly developed.