|Statement||edited by C. G. Pierrepoint.|
|Series||Tenovus library series|
|Contributions||Pierrepoint, C. G.|
|LC Classifications||QP259 .E5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 177 p.|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||73595211|
Get this from a library! The Endocrinology of Pregnancy and Parturition: Current Topics in Experimental Endocrinology, Vol. [L Martini; V H T James] -- The Endocrinology of Pregnancy . Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Books about The Endocrinology of Pregnancy and Parturition - Experimental Studies in the Sheep. Language: en Pages: The Endocrinology of Pregnancy and Parturition. Although maternal reserves are usually adequate, in cases of gestational diabetes or hypertensive disease of pregnancy, a woman may develop overt signs of disease as a direct result of pregnancy. Aside from creating a satisfactory nutritive environment for fetal development, the placenta serves as an endocrine, respiratory, alimentary, and. Much progress has been recorded in the study of the endocrinology of pregnancy and parturition in mammalian species in the past two decades. Interestingly, the most completely defined endocrine physiology of pregnancy among mammalian species is that of the human.
Endocrinologic investigations during pregnancy have focused in the last decades on placental hormones, the maternal endocrine system and maternal fetal interactions. Less is known about the fetus itself and the interaction of fetal hormonal response and physiological parameters. In this book physiologists, pediatricians and obstetricians active in experimental studies in both physiology and. Francesca Stewart, C.H. Tyndale-Biscoe, Pregnancy and Parturition in Marsupials, The Endocrinology of Pregnancy and Parturition - Current Topics in Experimental Endocrinology, /B, (), (). Bassett, J. M., and Thornburn, G. D.: Circulating levels of progesterone and corticosteroids in the pregnant ewe and its fetus, in Pierrepoint, C. G., editor: The Endocrinology of Pregnancy and Parturition. Experimental Studies in the Sheep, Cardiff, , Alpha Omega Alpha, p. tes9, 'o in pregnant ewes of similar lengths of gestation and. Circulating levels of progesterone and corticosteroids in the pregnant ewe and its fetus. In: G. C. Pierrepoint (Editor), Endocrinology of Pregnancy and Parturition: Experimental Studies in the Sheep, Alpha Omega Alpha Publishing Co., Cardiff, pp .
Dussault JH, Hobel CJ, Fisher DA. Maternal and fetal thyroxine secretion during pregnancy in the sheep. Endocrinology. Jan; 88 (1)– GORBMAN A, LISSITZKY S, MICHEL O, MICHEL R, ROCHE J. Metabolism of radioiodine by the near-term bovine fetus. Endocrinology. 1. Author(s): Pierrepoint,C G(Colin G.) Title(s): The Endocrinology of pregnancy and parturition; experimental studies in the sheep. The proceedings of an international symposium held in Cardiff, September Although the discussion will concentrate on evidence obtained during human fetal development, supplemental information from studies of fetal development in sheep and rodents, the two most widely used experimental models for fetal endocrine function, will be examined. As part of a study on the anti-luteolytic action of the sheep conceptus, the distribution of prostaglandin F (PGF) within the uteri of 19 pregnant and 14 non-pregnant ewes was studied using three antisera to PGF2a and fluorescent antibody tracing.