2 edition of Recent advances in sex and reproductive physiology found in the catalog.
Recent advances in sex and reproductive physiology
John Michael Robson
|Statement||by J.M. Robson ... with introduction by Professor F.A.E. Crew.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 329 p. :|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||41000477|
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Recent Advances in Sex and Reproductive Physiology By Dr. Robson. sex have been incorporated in the appropriate parts of the book. Moreover, there are additional chapters on the. During recent years, the outlook on questions dealing with sexual physiology has suddenly expanded to an enormous extent.
This has been largely due to the discovery of the numerous sex hormones which are now known to play such a large part in initiating and regulating the reproductive processes. The clinician is naturally tempted to look for a practical application of these recent discoveries, Cited by: This addition to the Recent Advances Series will be welcomed by many who want a brief discussion of some of the newer contributions to the physiology of the reproductive organs.
Although the title does not indicate the limitation, this work is practically confined to a consideration of effects in the female. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
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The text is introduced by a foreword from Professor F. Crew, director of the Institute of Animal Genetics at Edinburgh, whose laboratory has been so productive in the field of reproductive physiology. The author has arranged his subject matter very logically, and it.
The third issue of this volume is the first to appear in seven years. During this time much has been contributed to the field of sex and reproductive physiology.
The author has expertly handled this new material in its relationship with the previously developed knowledge to make a cohesive and.
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This chapter describes the chemistry, physiology. This presentation reviews the male reproductive system, concentrating on newer advances in our knowledge of its physiology, biochemistry, and regulation, and introduces the topic of male. Covers key topics such as the role of genetics in reproductive endocrinology, environmental factors in reproductive endocrinology, and recent advances in surgical procedures.
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Robson married Sarah Benjamin in September in Leeds. References Beale, G (June ). "The discovery of mustard gas mutagenesis by Auerbach and Robson in ". Genetics. (2): Alma mater: University of Leeds. Purchase Recent Advances of Avian Endocrinology - 1st Edition.
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