4 edition of Effects of external stimuli on reproduction. found in the catalog.
Effects of external stimuli on reproduction.
Study Group on the Effects of External Stimuli on Reproduction (1966 London, England)
|Statement||Edited by G.E.W. Wolstenholme and Maeve O"Connor.|
|Contributions||Zondek, B. 1891-1966., Wolstenholme, G. E. W. ed., O"Connor, Maeve, ed., Ciba Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||QP251 .S88|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 107 p.|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||66030165|
The reception of stimuli serves above all the purpose of collecting information about the direction and nature of the external stimuli, and for that it must suffice to take little samples of the outer world, to taste it, so to speak, in small quantities. Effect of some external stimuli on reproduction in farm animals. A lecture delivered on the occasion of assuming the appointment of Lecturer in Animal Science in the Agricultural College, Wageningen, 18 February , 3 p.m. Foreign Title: Over de invloed van enkele uitwendige prikkels op de voortplanting bij landbouw-huisdieren. Rede.
A full-term pregnancy lasts approximately days (approximately weeks) from conception to birth. Because it is easier to remember the first day of the last menstrual period (LMP) than to estimate the date of conception, obstetricians set the due date as days (approximately weeks) from the LMP. Plant Responses to External Stimuli Most plants are rooted in place. However, they can still respond to external stimuli in a variety of ways that promote survival. One type of behavioral response in plants is tropism, a directed growth or movement in response to a stimulus. Tropism can be positive tropism towards the stimulus.
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Effects of external stimuli on reproduction. London, Churchill, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B Zondek; G E W Wolstenholme; Maeve O'Connor; Ciba Foundation. Effects of external stimuli on reproduction.
Wolstenholme and M. O'Connor eds. Little, Brown, Boston. Author: R. Blandau. Study Group on the Effects of External Stimuli on Reproduction ( London, England). Effects of external stimuli on reproduction. Boston, Little, Brown, (OCoLC) Named Person: B Zondek: Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B Zondek; G E W Wolstenholme; Maeve O'Connor; Ciba Foundation.
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QSMs identified in C. albicans, such as farnesol and tyrosol, had significant effects on the dimorphism of O. sinensis. The blastospores-hyphae transition in this fungus was regulated by some of the external stimuli, such as L-proline and N-acetylglucosamine.
Ew. Obstet. Gynecol. Reprod. Biol., 21 () Eisevier EJO The effect of external stimuli on fetal behaviour Ilan E. Timor-Tritsch Department of Obstetrics / Gynecotogy "A ", Rambam Medical Center and the Technion - Medical School, Haifa, Israel Summary The sensory receptors of the human fetus and their adequate stimulation are reviewed.
Stress is a normal physiological reaction caused by internal or external stimuli. The stress response is a protective mechanism that could save your life or keep you on your toes during a sports challenge or business presentation. Beyond that, it can be damaging to your health.
The external causes of stress are sometimes out of your hands. status) or external stimuli (e.g. photoperiod, temperature, social, stress). The action of these stimuli translates into changes in the synthesis and secretion patterns of GnRH, a decapeptide hormone considered as the master molecule for the reproductive control in mammals.
GnRH controls gonadal activity by regulating the production and release of. Hormone - Hormone - Hormones of the reproductive system: The hormones of the reproductive system of vertebrates (sex hormones) are steroids that are secreted, like those of the adrenal cortex, by tissues derived from the coelomic epithelium.
Both types of secretory tissues also share biosynthetic pathways. The sex hormones, together with the hypothalamic region of the forebrain and the. pheromones, photoperiod, ram effect, reproductive patterns, ruminants, seasonal breeding, social cues, social influences on reproduction, swine Contents 1.
Introduction 2. Environmental regulation of reproduction in mammals Seasonal reproductive strategies Extrinsic and intrinsic factors and ultimate and proximate factors influencing.
Effects of estrogen Female reproductive system. In females, estrogens affect the ovaries, vagina, fallopian tubes, uterus, and mammary the ovaries, estrogens help to stimulate the growth of the egg follicle; they also stimulate the pituitary gland in the brain to release hormones that assist in follicular development.
Once the egg is released, it travels through the fallopian tubes. Human behavior is the potential and expressed capacity (mentally, physically, and socially) of human individuals or groups to respond to internal and external stimuli throughout their life.
While specific traits of one's personality, temperament, and genetics may be more consistent, other behaviors will change as one moves along different stages of their life, i.e.
from birth through. A plant’s sensory response to external stimuli relies on hormones, which are simply chemical messengers. Plant hormones affect all aspects of plant life, from flowering to fruit setting and maturation, and from phototropism to leaf fall.
Potentially, every cell in a plant can produce plant hormones. Animals may find good habitat by moving randomly, but more often movements are oriented to external stimuli. After determining the location of a stimulus, an animal moves toward that stimulus if it is attractive, or away from it if it is repulsive.
Templating effects of lyotropic liquid crystals in the encapsulation of amyloid fibrils and their stimuli-responsive magnetic behavior Idit Amar-Yuli, a Jozef Adamcik, a Cécile Lara, a Sreenath Bolisetty, a Jijo J.
Vallooran a and Raffaele Mezzenga * a. The synergistic effect, in which two hormones with similar effects produce an amplified response. In some cases, two hormones are required for an adequate response. For example, two different reproductive hormones—FSH from the pituitary gland and estrogens from the ovaries—are required for the maturation of female ova (egg cells).
20 pregnant mice to determine possible side effects. Which of the following is a suitable control rate of reproduction. B) ability of organisms to respond to external stimuli.
An organism's ability to perceive stimuli from either the internal or external environment is called A) natural selection. B) mutation. C) responsiveness. D) DNA. A new ligand containing tetraphenylethylene and terpyridine moieties, and its zinc ion complex were synthesized.
Both of them exhibit an aggregation-induced emission effect. Their colors and emissions can be smartly switched by various external stimuli including grinding, heating and .The entomopathogenic fungus Ophiocordyceps sinensis is one of the best known and most precious medicines and health food in China.
The blastospores-hyphae (dimorphism) transition of this fungus in host hemolymph is critical for the virulence and the mummification of host larvae. To regulate this transition, the effects of inoculum density and fifteen chemicals including fungal nutrients. Bright, moving colors of a carousel.
According to the sources I checked, an electrical charge applied to the body would be an example. Perhaps, you could check some other resources. I have added one below, and consider the five senses: taste, touch, sight, hearing, and smell.
Each of these can receive external stimuli.