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Highlights ► Peak production of 17,20β-P is not associated with spawning time in T. tinca. ► 17,20β,21-P did not show the same pattern as 17,20β-P in adult T. tinca. ► 17,20β-P peak is not associated with the initiation of gonadal meiosis in T. tinca. ► The dogma of elevated 17,20β-P...
Highlights ► This is a review on the anatomical organization of the melanin-concentrating hormone in the central nervous system in mammalian brains. ► This is review providing anatomical and functional data as how melanin-concentrating hormone works in the basic circuitries in the...
Highlights ► Investigated the mechanisms of daily oogenesis in the bambooleaf wrasse. ► mRNA levels of FSHR and LHR in the ovarian follicles showed daily fluctuation. ► High mRNA expressions of FSHR were observed in the follicles at vitellogenesis. ► High mRNA expressions of LHR were...
Highlights ► Steroid levels were correlated to fecundity variations in a wild mudsnail population. ► Energy reserves composition and variation were described and linked to fecundity. ► Physiological ranges of variation were defined. ► Data suggest that literature values for fecundity in...
Highlights ► Endocrine changes related to ontogeny in Australian fur seals. ► Baseline thyroid hormone and cortisol concentrations are described in Australian fur seals. ► Greatest hormonal changes associated with the post-natal and first molting periods in Australian fur seals.
Highlights ► Expression profiles of P450 AROM and estrogen receptors were determined in the fetal bovine cortex. ► Patterns of expression of both receptors are strongly correlated during pregnancy. ► Expression of P450 AROM has no correlation with ERs expression. ► Bovine fetal neurons...
Graphical abstract It has been demonstrated that CHH modulates glycogenolysis directly by regulating the enzymatic activities of GP and GS in hepatopancreas and muscle of crustacean species. We here evaluate whether CHH will transcriptionally affect glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis in these...
Highlights ► Thyroid hormones (THs) are released from hypothalamic–pitutary–thyroid axis of fish. ► THs have both osmoregulatory and metabolic actions in fish. ► Interrenal and chromaffin cell axes produce cortisol and adrenaline which direct stress response in fish. ► Thyroid axis...
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