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A suppression of gonadotropin secretion by cortisol in castrated male rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) mediated by the interruption of hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing hormone release.
The results suggest that, in the rhesus monkey, the major site of the inhibitory action of cortisol on gonadotropin release resides at a suprapituitary level and is mediated by interruption of hypothalamic GnRH release.
Firmness characteristics of mango hybrids under ambient storage
Abstract A study was conducted to determine firmness of eight mango hybrids obtained from the crosses between Amrapali and Sensation and correlate it with TSS and peel thickness. The firmness was…
Renewable energy: An overview on its contribution in current energy scenario of India
Energy is the major source for the economic development of any country. In case of the developing country like India, shortage of electricity work as a barrier for development. In recent years,…
Evidence from the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) for the view that negative feedback control of luteinizing hormone secretion by the testis is mediated by a deceleration of hypothalamic…
These findings fail to provide evidence for a major inhibitory feedback action of the testes on LH secretion at the level of the adenohypophysis, but are entirely consistent with the hypothesis that the negative feedback control of LH release by the male gonad is mediated, principally, via the central nervous system by an action of testicular hormone to retard the frequency of the neural timing mechanism that governs the intermittent pattern of GnRHrelease by the hypothalamus.
Effect of rootstocks on tree growth, yield, quality and leaf mineral composition of lemon (Citrus limon (L.) Burm.)
Considering growth performance, fruit quality and nutrient concentration, RLC-4, rough lemon and Karna Khatta rootstock could be suggested for lemon under alike ecological conditions.
Sexual dimorphism among species of Aleurocanthus Quaintance & Baker (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in Taiwan, with one new species and an identification key.
A key is provided to the puparia of seven species of Aleurocanthus known from Taiwan, with illustrations of immature stages and the adult male and female of the new species.
Inhibition of gonadotropin secretion in castrated male rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) induced by dietary restriction: analogy with the prepubertal hiatus of gonadotropin release.
The contemporary notion that the study of dietary restriction in adult primates may provide insights into the neuroendocrine mechanisms that govern the timing of the onset of puberty in these species should not be accepted without careful consideration.
Growth, yield and physiology of mango (Mangifera indica L.) cultivars as affected by polyembryonic rootstocks
It could be inferred that rootstocks alter most of the physio-chemical parameters of scion cultivars in mangoThough the extent of regulation of activities was scion specific, the impact of polyembryonic rootstocks on tree growth, yield and physiology was inferred.
Growth, yield, fruit quality and leaf nutrient status of grapefruit (Citrus paradisi Macf.): Variation from rootstocks
Abstract Present studies were made on ‘Marsh Seedless’ and ‘Redblush’ cultivars of grapefruit, budded on nine different rootstocks under the typical sub-tropical growing conditions of North India.…
Serum and CSF concentrations of testosterone and LH related to negative feedback in male rhesus monkeys.
Seemingly, high testosterone concentrations in either serum or CSF, equivalent to nocturnal levels in intact males, were required to initiate LH suppression, but not to maintain it.