Functional Implications of RFRP-3 in the Central Control of Daily and Seasonal Rhythms in Reproduction

@inproceedings{Angelopoulou2019FunctionalIO,
  title={Functional Implications of RFRP-3 in the Central Control of Daily and Seasonal Rhythms in Reproduction},
  author={Eleni Angelopoulou and Clarisse Quignon and Lance J. Kriegsfeld and Val{\'e}rie Simonneaux},
  booktitle={Front. Endocrinol.},
  year={2019}
}
Adaptation of reproductive activity to environmental changes is essential for breeding success and offspring survival. In mammals, the reproductive system displays regular cycles of activation and inactivation which are synchronized with seasonal and/or daily rhythms in environmental factors, notably light intensity and duration. Thus, most species adapt their breeding activity along the year to ensure that birth and weaning of the offspring occur at a time when resources are optimal… CONTINUE READING

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