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Koyama Primer Effects by Murine Pheromone Signaling



Pheromonal Influences on Reproductive Conditions

1. Auflage 2016, 92 Seiten, Kartoniert, Paperback, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 236 mm, Gewicht: 1708 g Reihe: SpringerBriefs in Animal Sciences
ISBN: 978-3-319-13932-6
Verlag: Springer, Berlin


Koyama Primer Effects by Murine Pheromone Signaling

This SpringerBrief provides a concise summary on the chemistry and function of murine pheromones in reproduction. It discusses mechanisms of action as well as the applicability of these mechanisms to humans. The image of pheromones is usually some invisible mysterious chemicals that make people attracted to the opposite sex. However, pheromones have many functions and one that perhaps is not well known yet is that they affect the reproductive status of others. Males’ pheromones stimulate females’ reproductive status and vice versa. This book will present studies on male mice which is rarely covered and will also discuss trans-generational influences of pheromones. The book addresses Professors, researchers and students working in animal neurochemistry, chemical signaling and reproductive medicine.

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Ch.1. Introduction - Influence of pheromones.- Ch.2. Findings in the early days.- Ch.3. Identification of the pheromones (H.A.Soini & M.V.Novotny).- Ch.4. New primer effects on sperm.- Ch.5. A new primer effect on neurogenesis.- Ch.6. Identification of pheromones.- Ch.7. Pheromones and hormones.- Ch.8. Another new primer effect on females.- Ch.9. Trans-generational influence of pheromone.- Ch.10. Future possibilities.


Koyama, Sachiko
Dr. Sachiko Koyama Indiana University Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences 1101 E. Tenth Street Bloomington IN 47405, USA sakoyama@indiana.edu


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