Bioregulators of Reproduction.
By: Jagiello, David.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2012Description: 1 online resource (613 p.).ISBN: 9780323140997.Subject(s): Biological control systems | Biological control systems | Reproduction | ReproductionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Bioregulators of ReproductionDDC classification: 599.01/6 | 599.016 LOC classification: QP251 .B567 1981Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Bioregulators of Reproduction; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Participants; Jacob Furth (1896-1979); Preface; OPENING ADDRESS; Chapter 1. Reproductive Regulation; Text; References; PART I: SEX DIFFERENTIATION AND DETERMINATION; Chapter 2. H-Y Antigen in Primary Sex Determination; Introduction; Phylogenetic Conservatism of H-Y: A Testis-Inducing Function in Mammals; H-Y and Testicular Differentiation in Vivo; H-Y and Testicular Differentiation in Vitro; Biochemistry of H-Y; Summary; References
Chapter 3. Associative Recognition of Testis-Organizing H-Y Antigen and Immunological ConfusionH-Y Antigenic Determinants on Human Testis-Organizing Protein; The Altered Self or Associative Recognition of H-Y Antigen by the Immune System; Confusion between Altered Self MHC and Unaltered Self or Allo-MHC; The Same VH Gene is Utilized Both by T Cell Receptor and Humoral Antibody Directed Against the Same Antigen; Humoral H-Y Antibody Also Sees (H-Y + Altered MHC) Antigen Complexes; Summary; References; Chapter 4. Cellular Aspects of Sexual Differentiation of the Brain; Introduction
Possible Modes of Steroid ActionSexual Dimorphism of Brain Structure; Gonadal Hormones and Brain Development in Vitro; Possible Basis for Sexual Differentiation; The Possible Role of α-Fetoprotein; Sexual Differentiation of the Male and Female Brain; References; Chapter 5. An Experimental Approach to Female Mammalian Meiosis: Differential Chromosome Labeling and an Analysis of Chiasmata in the Female Mouse; Materials and Techniques; Results; Discussion; Summary; References; Chapter 6. Problems in Interspecies Comparisons in Studies in Molecular Reproductive Biology; Introduction
Ribosomal RNA Gene Organization and Quantitation during OogenesisGene Expression during Early Mammalian Development; Specific Structural Components of Mammalian Oocytes; Concluding Comments; References; Chapter 7. The Ovarian and Extraovarian Control of Meiosis: The Role of Haplodins; Introduction; Control of the Onset of Meiosis; The Rete Ovarii; Meiosis in the Mouse; The Rat Ovary; Time-Study Experiments in the Hamster; Haploidins; References; PART II: GERM CELL PRODUCTION; Chapter 8. Production of Germ Cells and Regulation of Meiosis; Introduction; The Primordial Germ Cells: The Gonia
The Premeiotic Differentiation of the Germ CellsRegulation of Meiosis; Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 9. Programming of Gene Expression during Mammalian Oogenesis; Introduction; Oogenesis in the Mouse; Gene Expression during Growth and Meiotic Maturation of Mouse Oocytes; Comparison of Gene Expression during Oogenesis and Early Embryogenesis in the Mouse; Summary and Discussion; References; Chapter 10. Association of Nucleoprotein Transitions with Chromatin Changes during Rat Spermatogenesis; Introduction; Chromatin Changes during Spermatogenesis
Basic Chromosomal Proteins of Spermatogenic Cells
Bioregulators of Reproduction
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