Steroids in chicken egg yolk: metabolism and uptake during early embryonic development.

@article{Engelhardt2009SteroidsIC,
  title={Steroids in chicken egg yolk: metabolism and uptake during early embryonic development.},
  author={Nikolaus von Engelhardt and Rie Henriksen and Ton G. G. Groothuis},
  journal={General and comparative endocrinology},
  year={2009},
  volume={163 1-2},
  pages={175-83}
}
Effects of maternal hormones may adaptively adjust offspring development to prevailing conditions. However, Darwinian fitness of parents is maximized by investing in more than one offspring while each individual offspring benefits from receiving maximal investment. The control of mother and offspring over hormone-mediated maternal effects is thought to play a key role in the outcome of parent-offspring conflict, but these control mechanisms have hardly been studied. We investigated the… CONTINUE READING
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