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A modification of the Roe procedure for determination of fructose in tissues with increased specificity.
Abstract A new modification of the procedure of Roe for determination of fructose concentrations in tissues is described. The modification shows no reaction with glucose or glucose phosphates.Expand
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Seminiferous tubule stages in the prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) during the annual breeding cycle
  • D. Foreman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1 March 1997
The male prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) is an annual breeder with complete testicular regression between breeding periods. Knowledge of the seminiferous tubule cycle stages at all phases of theExpand
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Effects of E2 levuglandins on the contractile activity of the rat uterus.
The effects of E2 levuglandins on the contractile activity of rat uterine horns were studied. LGE2, AnLGE2, delta 9-LGE2 and the synthetic epimer, 8-epi-delta 9-LGE2 all induced contractions in aExpand
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Evidence that the prostaglandin E2 receptor and the anhydrolevuglandin E2 receptor in the rat uterus are the same receptor.
Anhydrolevuglandin E2 (AnLGE2) is closely related to prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) and has been found to inhibit the uterotonic activity of PGE2. The binding of PGE2 and its inhibition by AnLGE2 has beenExpand
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Follicular growth and atresia during the last half of the luteal phase of the guinea pig estrous cycle: relation to serum progesterone and estradiol levels and utero-ovarian blood flow.
The relationships among follicular growth, changes in serum progesterone (P) and estradiol (E) levels, and utero-ovarian blood flow (OBF) through the guinea pig ovary were examined during days 7-16Expand
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Effects of an Androgen on Dominance and Subordinance in Six Common Breeds of Gallus gallus
T IHE present paper deals with results from a comparative study of effects produced by prolonged series of daily injections of relatively large doses of the androgen, testosterone propionate,5 uponExpand
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The effect of gonadotrophic hormones on the oxygen consumption of testes from the prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus).
Male prairie dogs were hemicastrated and the oxygen uptake of the removed testis studied in the Warburg respirometer. Gonadotrophins in saline or saline alone were injected intravenously for threeExpand
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A correlation between posture stance and outcome in paired contests of domestic hens
Abstract 1. 1. Six postures or stances observed in staged pair contests between common domestic hens are described. 2. 2. We called them respectively “tall”, “semi-crouch”, “crouch”, “deep crouch”,Expand
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Observations on the Reproductive Cycle of the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog (Cynomys Ludovicianus)
GENERALLY it is accepted that the reproductive rhythms of animals are influenced by numerous external environmental and internal environmental (physiological) factors. Specifically, what theseExpand
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Diabetes prevents the normal responses of the ovary to FSH.
FSH in vitro stimulates increased oxygen uptake by isolated follicular granulosa cells from immature rats treated with diethylstilbestrol (DES) when substrates are present (glucose, glutamate,Expand
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