Stanisława Stefańczyk-Krzymowska

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Circadian and seasonal rhythms in daylight affect many physiological processes. In the eye, energy of intense visible light not only initiates a well-studied neural reaction in the retina that(More)
It is generally accepted that pheromones act by stimulating of the dendritic receptors of the olfactory neurones massed in the olfactory epithelium. This study was designed to ascertain whether it is(More)
The local destination transfer of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) from the uterine lymph to arterial blood supplying the ovary and its retrograde transfer to arterial blood supplying the uterine horn and the(More)
The gaseous messenger carbon monoxide (CO) is released from the eye into ophthalmic venous blood depending on the intensity of sunlight. Numerous neurohormones and other regulatory factors permeate(More)