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Chapter 1 Chairman's advent (pages 1–3): E. J. Sachar
Chapter 2 simple Sexual traits within the improvement of Vertebrates (pages 5–18): Alfred Jost
Chapter three the consequences of Oestrogen on Hypothalamic Tissue (pages 19–40): J. R. Brawer and F. Naftolin
Chapter four Psychosexual improvement: An exam of the position of Prenatal Hormones (pages 41–57): Anke A. Ehrhardt and Heino F. L. Meyer?Bahlburg
Chapter five Sex?Dimorphic Behaviour improvement within the Human: Prenatal Hormone management and Postnatal Socialization (pages 59–80): Richard Green
Chapter 6 Hormones and Sexual Differentiation of the mind (pages 81–112): G. Dourner
Chapter 7 Animal types for Human Sexuality (pages 113–143): Frank A. Beach
Chapter eight Male Homosexuality: Perversion, Deviation or version? (pages 145–164): Sidney Crown
Chapter nine Transsexuality: a few Renmarks in response to scientific adventure (pages 165–181): Preben Hertoft and Thorkil Sorensen
Chapter 10 The Endocrine functionality of the Human Testis in Regard to Sexuality (pages 183–208): Eberhard Nieschlag
Chapter eleven Androgens and Human Sexual Behaviour (pages 209–226): John Bancroft and Niels E. Skakkebaek
Chapter 12 Sexual Compatibility in Rhesus Monkeys: Predicting Sexual functionality of Oppositely Sexed Pairs of Adults (pages 227–269): R. W. Goy
Chapter thirteen Sexual and competitive Behaviour in Social teams of Talapoin Monkeys (pages 271–297): E. B. Keverne
Chapter 14 the consequences of Neonatal publicity to Testosterone at the improvement of Behaviour in woman Marmoset Monkeys (pages 299–327): David H. Abbott and John P. Hearn
Chapter 15 Monoamines and Sexual Behaviour in Non?Human Primates (pages 329–370): Barry J. Everitt
Chapter sixteen Concluding comments (pages 371–372): E. J. Sachar
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C. (1976) Neuroendocrine control of gonadotropin secretion in the rhesus monkey, in Neuroendocrine Regulation of Fertility (Anand Kumar, T . ), pp. 278 - 285, Karger, Bade 40 DISCUSSION MORTIMER, C. , MCNEILLY, A. , MURRAY, M. A . , FISHER,R. A . F. & BESSER,G. M. (1974) Gonadotrophin releasing hormone therapy in hypogonadal males with hypothalamic pituitary dysfunction. Br. Med. J. 4, 617 - 621 MORTIMER, C. , MCNEILLY, A. S. & BESSER,G. M. (1976) Gonadotropin releasing hormone therapy. Ann. Biol.
RUF, K. B. (1976) Changes in the concentration of LH, FSH and estrogen in the immature female rat during precocious sexual maturation induced by electrochemical stimulation of the brain. Horn?. Res. 7, 34-42 Discussion Sachar: Have you seen whether you can protect the hypothalami of your rats after the initial oestrogen injection by giving clomiphene two weeks later? Brawer: We are doing that now, so we have no results yet. Everitt: I am confused about your use of the terms ‘suprachiasmatic nucleus’ and ‘preoptic area’, particularly since there is little or no evidence to suggest that neurons of the suprachiasmatic nucleus are involved in the action of oestradiol on the release of gonadotropin.
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