Participation of Adrenal and Cholinergic Brain Systems in Regulation of Neurocytes Activity of Hypothalamus and Adenohypophysis Thyrotropocytes in Birds under EffÐµct of Chronic Cold Stress
Keywords:adenohypophysis, thyroid-stimulating hormone, hypothalamus, hypothermia, birds
Choline- and adrenergic brain systems are found to be involved into the adaptation reaction of hypothalamo-pituitary-thyroid system in birds on a long-term cooling due to the stimulating effect.
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Oleksiyenko, N. V., Pazyuk, L. M., Buzinska, N. O., & Dzerzhinsky, M. E. (2004). Participation of Adrenal and Cholinergic Brain Systems in Regulation of Neurocytes Activity of Hypothalamus and Adenohypophysis Thyrotropocytes in Birds under EffÐµct of Chronic Cold Stress. Problems of Cryobiology and Cryomedicine, (3), 26–31. Retrieved from http://cryo.org.ua/journal/index.php/probl-cryobiol-cryomed/article/view/671
Theoretical and Experimental Cryobiology
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