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Neuroendocrine control of the amphibian pars intermedia.

Belkis de Volcanes

Neuroendocrine control of the amphibian pars intermedia.

by Belkis de Volcanes

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.)- Univ. of Birmingham, Dept of Anatomy.

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Neuroendocrine control of the amphibian pars intermedia by Belkis de Volcanes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Neuroendocrine System. Neuroendocrine systems can be defined as the sets of neurons, glands and non-endocrine tissues, and the neurochemicals, hormones, and humoral signals they produce and receive, that function in an integrated manner to collectively regulate a physiological or behavioral state.

From: Handbook of Neuroendocrinology, Central Neuroendocrine Regulation of the Pars Intermedia Physiological Functions of the Pars Intermedia Amphibians and Fish Mammals Lactation Maintenance of Normal Blood Pressure and Responses to Osmotic Stimulation Pathophysiology of the Pars Intermedia Cushing’s Disease in Horses and Dogs Author: Malcolm J.

Low. Neuroendocrinology is the branch of biology (specifically of physiology) which studies the interaction between the nervous system and the endocrine system, that is how the brain regulates the hormonal activity in the body.

The nervous and endocrine systems often act together in a process called neuroendocrine integration, to regulate the physiological processes of the human body. Regulation of Pro-Opiomelanocortin Biosynthesis in the Amphibian and Mouse Pituitary Intermediate Lobe 8.

Pro-Opiomelanocortin in the Amphibian Pars Intermedia- a Neuroendocrine Model System 9. Multihormonal Control of Melanotropin Secretion in Pages: Neuroendocrine control of spawning in amphibians and its practical applications Article (PDF Available) in General and Comparative Endocrinology March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

As in other vertebrates, the pars intermedia of the amphibian hypophysis contains peptidergic, catecholaminergic, and possibly cholinergic nerve fibers (see DIERICKX and VANDESANDE, ). The present paper reports the results of an immunoenzyme cytochemical study of the peptidergic nerve fibers of the amphibian pars by: Apart from mammals, in which the function of the intermedia is still enigmatic, the Amphibia have, for a number of reasons, been the most thoroughly investigated.

This report will deal chiefly with work from our laboratory on the control of the pars intermedia in Elasmobranchs and in the lizard Anolis by: 7. The endocrine system is a chemical messenger system comprising feedback loops of hormones released by internal glands of an organism directly into the circulatory system, regulating distant target humans, the major endocrine glands are the thyroid gland and the adrenal vertebrates, the hypothalamus is the neural control center for all endocrine : As such it offered a comprehensive review of the contemporary state of the anatomical and functional bases of neuroendocrinology.

But as far as the adenohypophysis was concerned, Harris's neurohumoral control hypothesis was still far from being universally accepted when the book was published [cf. Zuckerman, ; Sayers et al., ].Indeed, this period was one of very vocal debate on the Cited by: The number of POMC cells is notably smaller within the rostral pars distalis than pars intermedia, which reflects the preferential isolation of α- MSH, β-MSH and β-endorphin from the whole.

Much of the current ferment in endocrinology is in reproductive endocrinology. The purpose of this volume on hormones and reproduction in fishes, amphibians and reptiles is to summarize our present understandings and to identify important research problems to be addressed in the area of comparative reproductive endocrinology.

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Editors: Bargmann, W., Oksche, A Immunoenzyme Cytochemical Demonstration of Peptidergic Nerve Fibers in the Pars intermedia of the Amphibian Hypophysis. Neuroendocrine Control Mechanisms of Gametogenesis in Bivalve Molluscs Crenomytilus grayanus (Dunker) and. Trends in comparative endocrinology and neurobiology: from molecular to integrative biology.

Anabas testudineus --Neuroendocrine control of frog adrenocortical cells by calcitonin gene-related peptide in single, living cells enable molecular analysis of endocrine cell heterogeneity -- Analysis of the projections to amphibian pars.

Immunoenzyme Cytochemical Demonstration of Peptidergic Nerve Fibers in the Pars intermedia of the Amphibian Hypophysis.- Role of Biogenic Amines and M-Cholinergic Structures of the Rat Brain in the Hypothalamo-Hypophyseal Neurosecretory System (HHNS) Under Shock.- ) (Monogenoidea, Polystomatidae).- Neuroendocrine Control Mechanisms of.

Ciba Found Symp. ; Biological role of the pars intermedia in lower vertebrates. Baker BI. The most obvious function of the pars intermedia in lower vertebrates is the secretion of melanocyte-stimulating hormone (MSH) for the purpose of pigmentary by: 7.

Neuroendocrine cells help control the release of digestive juices and how fast food moves in the GI tract. They may also help control the growth of other types of digestive system cells.

Like most cells in the body, GI tract neuroendocrine cells sometimes go through certain changes that cause them to grow too much and form cancers. Neuroendocrine Control of Reproduction: We are investigating the neuroendocrine bases of seasonal changes in reproductive physiology in birds.

Most bird species that live at middle and high latitudes reproduce seasonally. In these species, increasing day length in the spring is the primary factor responsible for development of the reproductive. Neuroendocrine signals play a major role in the regulation of energy balance.

There is a rapid increase in the discovery of novel peptides with endocrine functions, identified to have important roles in energy balance. Meanwhile, our understanding of the mechanism of action of these hormones also improved significantly. While majority of the knowledge on this topic arose from studies using.

Development of neuroendocrine components of the thyroid axis in the Amphibian metamorphosis is a well-established model for examining the developmental role of hormones, particularly were observed in the mid-ventral portion of the pars distalis of embryonic E.

File Size: KB. Hormones and Reproduction in Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles by David O. Norris,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.Defining Global Neuroendocrine Gene Expression Patterns Associated with Reproductive Seasonality in Fish Dapeng Zhang1., Huiling Xiong1., Jan A.

Mennigen1, Jason T. Popesku1, Vicki L. Marlatt1, Christopher J. Martyniuk1, Kate Crump1, Andrew R. Cossins2, Xuhua Xia1, Vance L. Trudeau1* 1Centre for Advanced Research in Environmental Genomics (CAREG), Department of Biology, University of .Pars distalis, pars intermedia, and pars nervosa Describe the functions of the hypophyseal portal system Neurosecretory cells release neurohormone into the portal system, which acts on a particular endocrine cell, which releases a hormone into the blood stream to the target cell/organ.