Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone in the vomeronasal system and terminal nerve of the hamster.

@article{Lehman1987LuteinizingHH,
  title={Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone in the vomeronasal system and terminal nerve of the hamster.},
  author={Michael N Lehman and Sarah Winans Newman and A J Silverman},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1987},
  volume={519},
  pages={229-40}
}
The vomeronasal system of mammals is a specialized chemosensory pathway that parallels the main olfactory system but is anatomically distinct from its peripheral aspect through its projections into the central nervous system.'.' Recent evidence suggests a predominant role for the vomeronasal system in conveying the influence of odor stimuli upon neuroendocrine and on a variety of motivated behaviors, including sex,6 aggression,' and maternal behavior.' This functional role probably reflects the… CONTINUE READING

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