Non-invasive reproductive and stress endocrinology in amphibian conservation physiology

@article{Narayan2013NoninvasiveRA,
  title={Non-invasive reproductive and stress endocrinology in amphibian conservation physiology},
  author={E. Narayan},
  journal={Conservation Physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={1}
}
  • E. Narayan
  • Published 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Conservation Physiology
  • This review focuses on non-invasive endocrinology, which is a key component of amphibian conservation physiology. It enables rapid assessment of reproductive and stress hormones in free-living and captive populations. It also provides a direct physiological measure of population sensitivity to extreme environments and their sub-lethal impacts on reproduction, health and survival. 
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