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Development, maturation, and senescence of neuroendocrine systems

a comparative approach

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Published by Academic Press in San Diego .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neuroendocrinology,
  • Endocrine glands -- Aging,
  • Physiology, Comparative,
  • Endocrine glands -- Aging -- Animal models

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Martin P. Schreibman, Colin G. Scanes.
    ContributionsSchreibman, Martin P., Scanes, C. G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP356.4 .D48 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 432 p. :
    Number of Pages432
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2056082M
    ISBN 100126290601
    LC Control Number88034429

    neuroendocrine [noor″o-en´do-krin] pertaining to neural and endocrine influence, and particularly to the interaction between the nervous and endocrine systems. neuroendocrine (nū'rō-en'dō-krin), 1. Pertaining to the anatomic and functional relationships between the nervous system and the endocrine apparatus. 2. Descriptive of cells that. It provides the structural and functional basis for interactions between brain, hormones, and glands that allow an organism to respond to external stimuli with complex, sometimes long-lasting physiological changes, such as during stress or reproduction.

    Clearly structured, the book covers the evolution, development and description of the neuroendocrine system throughout the animal kingdom. Taking a modern approach to the subject, the text opens with a discussion on the history of neuroendocrinology and the structure of early neuroendocrine systems in primitive s: 1. This book offers an overall outline of the neuroendocrine system and will provide the vocabulary necessary to understand the interaction between hormones and the brain. In addition, we provide a concise description of those topics that must underpin any attempt to learn, and to teach, neuroendocrinology.

    3. The Interaction of Biology and Environment. Among the most compelling stories emerging in the early 21st century from the science of child development have been the extraordinary developmental processes by which a microscopic assembly of embryonic neural cells gives rise to the human brain—the most complex physical object in the known universe (Fox et al., ; IOM and NRC, Neuroendocrine Molecular Biology Hardcover – January 1, by Anthology (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Anthology.


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Development, Maturation, and Senescence of Neuroendocrine Systems: A Comparative Approach discusses the various phases of the aging continuum of neuroendocrine systems. This book explores the fundamental and physiological component of animals, which is an essential contributor to senescence.

Get this from a library. Development, Maturation, and Senescence of Neuroendocrine Systems: a Comparative Approach. [Colin Scanes] -- Development, Maturation, and Senescence of.

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Publisher Summary. This chapter introduces the science of neuroendocrinology, offering general descriptions of neuroendocrine systems. Neuroendocrinology is a relatively new science that emerged in the midth century as a branch of endocrinology, propelled in part by the realization that the brain produces neurohormones and thereby functions as an endocrine organ.

The central neuroendocrine systems serve as an interface between the brain and many of the peripheral endocrine systems. This chapter discusses the hypothalamic control of anterior pituitary.

Suzanne Y. Stevens, Ph.D. Publications. Showing all journal articles & 26 books available Development, maturation, and senescence of sympathetic innervation of secondary immune organs. Book Title: Development, Maturation, and Senescence of the Neuroendocrine System.

Implications for interaction between the nervous and immune systems. Author(s): Schreibman,Martin P; Scanes,C G Title(s): Development, maturation, and senescence of neuroendocrine systems: a comparative approach/ edited by Martin P.

Introduction. Ward Dean, MD. The Neuroendocrine Theory of Aging was first described in in a Master’s Thesis by the distinguished Russian gerontologist, Vladimir Dilman, M.D., Ph.D., (1) Although Dilman was very well known in Russia as a scientist and popular author, he was practically unknown outside of Eastern Europe because most of his books and articles were only available in.

Senescence (/ s ɪ ˈ n ɛ s ə n s /) or biological aging is the gradual deterioration of functional characteristics. The word senescence can refer either to cellular senescence or to senescence of the whole smal senescence involves an increase in death rates and/or a decrease in fecundity with increasing age, at least in the latter part of an organism's life cycle.

Neuroendocrine cells are cells that receive neuronal input (neurotransmitters released by nerve cells or neurosecretory cells) and, as a consequence of this input, release message molecules into the this way they bring about an integration between the nervous system and the endocrine system, a process known as neuroendocrine example of a neuroendocrine cell is a cell of.

Grumbach MM, Kaplan SL: Fetal pituitary hormones and the maturation of central nervous system regulation of anterior pituitary function. In Gluck L (ed.): Modern Perinatal Medicine. Chicago, Year Book Medical,pp –71 Google Scholar. neuroendocrine system Any of the systems of dual control of certain activities in the body of some higher animals by nervous and hormonal stimulation.

For example, the posterior pituitary gland and the medulla of the adrenal gland receive direct nervous stimulation to secrete their hormones, whereas the anterior pituitary gland is stimulated by. Development, Maturation, and Senescence of Neuroendocrine Systems: A Comparative Approach Author Elsevier Books Reference UT Dallas Syllabus for nscs taught by Joseph Wood (woodj).

Neuroendocrinology, the discipline concerned with how the nervous system controls hormonal secretion and how hormones control the brain, is pivotal to physiology and medicine.

Neuroendocrinology has disclosed and underpins fundamental physiological, molecular biological and genetic principles such as the regulation of gene transcription and translation, the mechanisms of chemical. The neuroendocrine response as it pertains to physical activity is the relationship between the nervous system (from your brain to your peripheral nerves) and the endocrine system (hormones).

Hormones are what govern our body’s ability to grow and change, and can be conceptualized as the messengers between are brain/nervous system and tissues.

book. I found it disjointed in presentation and frustrating to read despite its good points, but its message should not be ignored. Rudolf A. Raff Department of Biology Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana Books Received Armstrong, F.

Biochemistry. Many authors explain the acceleration of senescence by the development of some diseases and pathological processes [4, 24], while others think more about social factors and climatic conditions [ The Neuroendocrine system is a system that is the overlapping three systems found both in the nervous system and the endocrine system, primarily responsible for neural modulation of endocrine function stationed near the brain.

It consists of the hypothalamus and the anterior and posterior areas of the pituitary gland. Anatomy Edit. The hypothalamus is inferior to the thalamus and is.

The section aims to cover all aspects of novel neuroendocrinology findings, from basic research to clinical applications. Neuroendocrinology is an integrative discipline that encompasses all kinds of interplay between the nervous systems and endocrine organs, notably 1) the production of hormone-like molecules (biologically active peptides, cytokines, steroids, etc.) by nerve cells; 2) the.

TY - CHAP. T1 - Neuroendocrine measures in developmental research. AU - Gunnar, Megan R. AU - Talge, Nicole M. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - INTRODUCTION: Maladaptive responses to stress are components of both the etiology and expression of many psychiatric disorders (Anisman & Zacharko, ; Walker, Walder, & Reynolds, ).Development, Maturation, and Senescence of Neuroendocrine Systems Colin Scanes Development, Maturation, and Senescence of Neuroendocrine Systems: A Comparative Approach discusses the various phases of the aging continuum of neuroendocrine systems.

This book explores the fundamental and physiological component of animals, whi.neuroendocrine systems brings into fo-custheimportanceofthis metalnotonly for its role in hormone release, but also for its involvementin intracellular trans-port and storage mechanisms.

Ifanyfault canbefoundwiththe vol-ume,it is simplythatthetitle is unneces-sarily restrictive. Neuroendocrine sys-tems have been treated quite broadly in.