Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'pineal organ' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 106 riferimenti
Si mostrano 100 riferimenti a partire da 1
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Kulczykowska, E; Warne, JM; Balment, RJ
      Day-night variations in plasma melatonin and arginine vasotocin concentrations in chronically cannulated flounder (Platichthys flesus)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Sato, T
      Sensory and endocrine characteristics of the avian pineal organ

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    3. Oishi, T; Yamao, M; Kondo, C; Haida, Y; Masuda, A; Tamotsu, S
      Multiphotoreceptor and multioscillator system in avian circadian organization

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    4. Jimenez, AJ; Fernandez-Llebrez, P; Perez-Figares, JM
      Neural input and neural control of the subcommissural organ

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    5. Benyassi, A; Schwartz, C; Ducouret, B; Falcon, J
      Glucocorticoid receptors and serotonin N-acetyltransferase activity in thefish pineal organ

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Falcon, J; Henderson, RJ
      Incorporation, distribution, and metabolism of polyunsaturated fatty acidsin the pineal gland of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in vitro

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    7. Garcia-Allegue, R; Madrid, JA; Sanchez-Vazquez, FJ
      Melatonin rhythms in European sea bass plasma and eye: influence of seasonal photoperiod and water temperature

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    8. Yoshimura, T; Yasuo, S; Suzuki, Y; Makino, E; Yokota, Y; Ebihara, S
      Identification of the suprachiasmatic nucleus in birds

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Mizusawa, K; Iigo, M; Masuda, T; Aida, K
      Inhibition of RNA synthesis differentially affects in vitro melatonin release from the pineal organs of ayu (Plecoglossus altivelis) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    10. Mandado, M; Molist, P; Anadon, R; Yanez, J
      A Dil-tracing study of the neural connections of the pineal organ in two elasmobranchs (Scyliorhinus canicula and Raja montagui) suggests a pineal projection to the midbrain GnRH-immunoreactive nucleus

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    11. Fejer, Z; Haldar, C; Ghosh, M; Frank, LC; Szepessy, Z; Szel, A; Silva, MJM; Vigh, B
      Pineal organ-like organization of the retina in megachiroptean bats

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    12. Bromage, N; Porter, M; Randall, C
      The environmental regulation of maturation in farmed finfish with special reference to the role of photoperiod and melatonin

      AQUACULTURE
    13. Veerman, A
      Photoperiodic time measurement in insects and mites: a critical evaluationof the oscillator-clock hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Forsell, J; Ekstrom, P; Flamarique, IN; Holmqvist, B
      Expression of pineal ultraviolet- and green-like opsins in the pineal organ and retina of teleosts

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    15. Kusakabe, T; Kusakabe, R; Kawakami, I; Satou, Y; Satoh, N; Tsuda, M
      Ci-opsin1, a vertebrate-type opsin gene, expressed in the larval ocellus of the ascidian Ciona intestinalis

      FEBS LETTERS
    16. Murakami, N; Kawano, T; Nakahara, K; Nasu, T; Shiota, K
      Effect of melatonin on circadian rhythm, locomotor activity and body temperature in the intact house sparrow, Japanese quail and owl

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Mayer, I
      Effect of long-term pinealectomy on growth and precocious maturation in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar parr

      AQUATIC LIVING RESOURCES
    18. Kusmic, C; Gualtieri, P
      Morphology and spectral sensitivities of retinal and extraretinal photoreceptors in freshwater teleosts

      MICRON
    19. Benyassi, A; Schwartz, C; Coon, SL; Klein, DC; Falcon, J
      Melatonin synthesis: arylalkylamine N-acetyltransferases in trout retina and pineal organ are different

      NEUROREPORT
    20. Liang, JO; Etheridge, A; Hantsoo, L; Rubinstein, AL; Nowak, SJ; Belmonte, JCI; Halpern, ME
      Asymmetric Nodal signaling in the zebrafish diencephalon positions the pineal organ

      DEVELOPMENT
    21. Omura, Y; Inagaki, M
      Immunocytochemical localization of taurine in the fish retina under light and dark adaptations

      AMINO ACIDS
    22. Porter, MJR; Stefansson, SO; Nyhammer, G; Karlsen, O; Norberg, B; Bromage, NR
      Environmental influences on melatonin secretion in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) and their relevance to commercial culture

      FISH PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Pfeffer, M; Maronde, E; Korf, HW; Stehle, JH
      Antisense experiments reveal molecular details on mechanisms of ICER suppressing cAMP-inducible genes in rat pinealocytes

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    24. Jimenez, AJ; Aller, MI; Martin, R; Perez-Martin, M; Perez-Figares, JM; Fernandez-Lopez, A; Fernandez-Llebrez, P
      The subcommissural organ of the frog Rana perezi is innervated by nerve fibres containing GABA

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    25. Meyer-Rochow, VB
      The eye: monophyletic, polyphyletic or perhaps biphyletic?

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    26. Sparks, DL; Lue, LF; Martin, TA; Rogers, J
      Neural tract tracing using Di-I: a review and a new method to make fast Di-I faster in human brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    27. Sanchez-Vazquez, FJ; Iigo, M; Madrid, JA; Tabata, M
      Pinealectomy does not affect the entrainment to light nor the generation of the circadian demand-feeding rhythms of rainbow trout

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    28. Kos, M; Bulog, B
      The ultrastructure of photoreceptor cells in the pineal organ of the blindcave salamander, Proteus anguinus (Amphibia, Urodela)

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Kroeber, S; Meissl, H; Maronde, E; Korf, HW
      Analyses of signal transduction cascades reveal an essential role of calcium ions for regulation of melatonin biosynthesis in the light-sensitive pineal organ of the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    30. Philp, AR; Garcia-Fernandez, JM; Soni, BG; Lucas, RJ; Bellingham, J; Foster, RG
      Vertebrate ancient (VA) opsin and extraretinal photoreception in the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    31. Mazurais, D; Le Drean, G; Brierley, I; Anglade, I; Bromage, N; Williams, LM; Kah, O
      Expression of clock gene in the brain of rainbow trout: Comparison with the distribution of melatonin receptors

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    32. Janssen, JWH; Bovee-Geurts, PHM; Peeters, ZPA; Bowmaker, JK; Cooper, HM; David-Gray, ZA; Nevo, E; DeGrip, WJ
      A fully functional rod visual pigment in a blind mammal - A case for adaptive functional reorganization?

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Samejima, M; Shavali, S; Tamotsu, S; Uchida, K; Morita, Y; Fukuda, A
      Light- and temperature-dependence of the melatonin secretion rhythm in thepineal organ of the lamprey, Lampetra japonica

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Kusakabe, T; Suzuki, N
      Photoreceptors and olfactory cells express the same retinal guanylyl cyclase isoform in medaka: visualization by promoter transgenics

      FEBS LETTERS
    35. Priede, IG; Williams, LM; Wagner, HJ; Thom, A; Brierley, I; Collins, MA; Collin, SP; Merrett, NR; Yau, C
      Implication of the visual system in the regulation of activity cycles in the absence of solar light: 2-[I-125]iodomelatonin binding sites and melatonin receptor gene expression in the brains of demersal deep-sea gadiform fish

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    36. Kulczykowska, E
      Diel changes in plasma arginine vasotocin, isotocin, and melatonin in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      FISH PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. Omura, Y; Yoshimura, R
      Immunocytochemical localization of taurine in the developing retina of thelefteye flounder Paralichthys olivaceus

      ARCHIVES OF HISTOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY
    38. Boujard, T
      The circadian rhythms of feeding activity in teleosts species

      CYBIUM
    39. Firth, BT; Belan, I; Kennaway, DJ; Moyer, RW
      Thermocyclic entrainment of lizard blood plasma melatonin rhythms in constant and cyclic photic environments

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    40. Yamao, M; Araki, M; Okano, T; Fukada, Y; Oishi, T
      Differentiation of pinopsin-immunoreactive cells in the developing quail pineal organ: an in-vivo and in-vitro immunohistochemical study

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    41. Porter, MJR; Duncan, NJ; Mitchell, D; Bromagea, NR
      The use of cage lighting to reduce plasma melatonin in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and its effects on the inhibition of grilsing

      AQUACULTURE
    42. Ohshima, K; Hirai, S; Hiramatsu, K
      Seasonal variations in serotonin immunoreactivity and ultrastructure in the pineal organ of the Japanese grass lizard, with special reference to environmental temperature

      TISSUE & CELL
    43. Ohshima, K; Hirai, S; Nishida, A; Hiramatsu, K
      Ultrastructure and serotonin immunocytochemistry of the parietal-pineal complex in the Japanese grass lizard, Takydromus tachydromoides

      TISSUE & CELL
    44. Mazurais, D; Brierley, I; Anglade, I; Drew, J; Randall, C; Bromage, N; Michel, D; Kah, O; Williams, LM
      Central melatonin receptors in the rainbow trout: Comparative distributionof ligand binding and gene expression

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    45. Yanez, J; Pombal, MA; Anadon, R
      Afferent and efferent connections of the parapineal organ in lampreys: A tract tracing and immunocytochemical study

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    46. Okimoto, DK; Stetson, MH
      Properties of the melatonim-generating system of the sailfin molly, Poecilia velifera

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    47. Pavlidis, M; Greenwood, L; Paalavuo, M; Molsa, H; Laitinen, JT
      The effect of photoperiod on diel rhythms in serum melatonin, cortisol, glucose, and electrolytes in the common dentex, Dentex dentex

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    48. VIGH B; VIGHTEICHMANN I
      ACTUAL PROBLEMS OF THE CEREBROSPINAL FLUID-CONTACTING NEURONS

      Microscopy research and technique
    49. IIGO M; KITAMURA S; IKUTA K; SANCHEZVAZQUEZ FJ; OHTANIKANEKO R; HARA M; HIRATA K; TABATA M; AIDA K
      REGULATION BY LIGHT AND DARKNESS OF MELATONIN SECRETION FROM THE SUPERFUSED MASU SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS-MASOU) PINEAL ORGAN

      Biological rhythm research
    50. GOVITRAPONG P; JITAIJAMJANG W; CHETSAWANG B; PHANSUWANPUJITO P; EBADI M
      EXISTENCE AND FUNCTION OF OPIOID RECEPTORS ON MAMMALIAN PINEALOCYTES

      Journal of pineal research
    51. YOSHIKAWA T; OISHI T
      EXTRARETINAL PHOTORECEPTION AND CIRCADIAN SYSTEMS IN NONMAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    52. BREDNOW K; KORF HW
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL FEATURES OF THE PINEAL ORGAN OF C3H AND C57BL MICE AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT

      Cell and tissue research
    53. TOSINI G; MENAKER M
      MULTIOSCILLATORY CIRCADIAN ORGANIZATION IN A VERTEBRATE, IGUANA-IGUANA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    54. ANADON R; ADRIO F; RODRIGUEZMOLDES I
      DISTRIBUTION OF GABA IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF AMPHIOXUS (BRANCHIOSTOMA-LANCEOLATUM PALLAS)

      Journal of comparative neurology
    55. COBB CS; WILLIAMSON R
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY AND INNERVATION OF THE PHOTOSENSITIVE EPISTELLAR BODY IN THE LESSER OCTOPUS ELEDONE-CIRRHOSA

      The Biological bulletin
    56. MAYER I; BORNESTAF C; BORG B
      MELATONIN IN NONMAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES - PHYSIOLOGICAL-ROLE IN REPRODUCTION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    57. IIGO M; FURUKAWA K; HATTORI A; OHTANIKANEKO R; HARA M; SUZUKI T; TABATA M; AIDA K
      OCULAR MELATONIN RHYTHMS IN THE GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS-AURATUS

      Journal of biological rhythms
    58. HIRUNAGI K; EBIHARA S; OKANO T; TAKANAKA Y; FUKADA Y
      IMMUNOELECTRONMICROSCOPIC INVESTIGATION OF THE SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF PINOPSIN IN THE PINEAL ORGAN OF THE CHICKEN

      Cell and tissue research
    59. BLANK HM; MULLER B; KORF HW
      COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATIONS OF THE NEURONAL APPARATUS IN THE PINEAL ORGAN AND RETINA OF THE RAINBOW-TROUT - IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATIONOF NEUROFILAMENT 200-KDA AND NEUROPEPTIDE-Y, AND TRACING WITH DII

      Cell and tissue research
    60. VIGH B; DEBRECENI K; FEJER Z; VIGHTEICHMANN I
      IMMUNOREACTIVE EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS IN THE PARIETAL EYE OF LIZARDS,A COMPARISON WITH THE PINEAL ORGAN AND RETINA

      Cell and tissue research
    61. IIGO M; TABATA M; AIDA K
      OCULAR MELATONIN RHYTHMS IN A CYPRINID-TELEOST, OIKAWA ZACCO-PLATYPUS, ARE DRIVEN BY LIGHT-DARK CYCLES

      Zoological science
    62. MEISSL H
      PHOTIC REGULATION OF PINEAL FUNCTION - ANALOGIES BETWEEN RETINAL AND PINEAL PHOTORECEPTION

      Biology of the cell
    63. FORSELL J; HOLMQVIST B; HELVIK JV; EKSTROM P
      ROLE OF THE PINEAL ORGAN IN THE PHOTOREGULATED HATCHING OF THE ATLANTIC HALIBUT

      The International journal of developmental biology
    64. FALCON J; GAILDRAT P
      VARIATIONS IN CYCLIC ADENOSINE-3',5'-MONOPHOSPHATE AND CYCLIC GUANOSINE 3',5'-MONOPHOSPHATE CONTENT AND EFFLUX FROM THE PHOTOSENSITIVE PINEAL ORGAN OF THE PIKE IN CULTURE

      Pflugers Archiv
    65. MAYER I; BORNESTAF C; WETTERBERG L; BORG B
      MELATONIN DOES NOT PREVENT LONG PHOTOPERIOD STIMULATION OF SECONDARY SEXUAL CHARACTERS IN THE MALE 3-SPINED STICKLEBACK GASTEROSTEUS-ACULEATUS

      General and comparative endocrinology
    66. IIGO M; SANCHEZVAZQUEZ EJ; HARA M; OHTANIKANEKO R; HIRATA K; SHINOHARA H; TABATA M; AIDA K
      CHARACTERIZATION, GUANOSINE 5'-O-(3-THIOTRIPHOSPHATE) MODULATION, DAILY VARIATION, AND LOCALIZATION OF MELATONIN-BINDING SITES IN THE CATFISH (SILURUS-ASOTUS) BRAIN

      General and comparative endocrinology
    67. MOYER RW; FIRTH BT; KENNAWAY DJ
      EFFECT OF VARIABLE TEMPERATURES, DARKNESS AND LIGHT ON THE SECRETION OF MELATONIN BY PINEAL EXPLANTS IN THE GECKO, CHRISTINUS-MARMORATUS

      Brain research
    68. POPEK W; EPLER P; SOKOLOWSKAMIKOLAJCZYK M
      SEASONAL-VARIATIONS AND DIURNAL RHYTHM OF GONADOTROPIN (GTH2) LEVELS IN IMMATURE AND MATURE FEMALE CARP (CYPRINUS-CARPIO L)

      Biological rhythm research
    69. MEISSL H; YANEZ J
      DIAZEPAM INCREASES MELATONIN SECRETION OF PHOTOSENSITIVE PINEAL ORGANS OF TROUT IN THE PHOTOPIC AND MESOPIC RANGE OF ILLUMINATION

      Neuroscience letters
    70. MEISSL H; KROEBER S; YANEZ J; KORF HW
      REGULATION OF MELATONIN PRODUCTION AND INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN THE TROUT PINEAL ORGAN

      Cell and tissue research
    71. YANEZ J; MEISSL H; ANADON R
      CENTRAL PROJECTIONS OF THE PARAPINEAL ORGAN OF THE ADULT RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS)

      Cell and tissue research
    72. SUBHEDAR N; CERDA J; WALLACE RA
      NEUROPEPTIDE-Y IN THE FOREBRAIN AND RETINA OF THE KILLIFISH, FUNDULUS-HETEROCLITUS

      Cell and tissue research
    73. BOLLIET V; ALI MA; LAPOINTE FJ; FALCON J
      RHYTHMIC MELATONIN SECRETION IN DIFFERENT TELEOST SPECIES - AN IN-VITRO STUDY

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    74. IIGO M; TABATA M
      CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS OF LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY IN THE GOLDFISH CARASSIUS-AURATUS

      Physiology & behavior
    75. FALCON J; BOLLIET V; COLLIN JP
      PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SEROTONIN N-ACETYLTRANSFERASES FROM NORTHERN PIKE (ESOX-LUCIUS, L) PINEAL ORGAN AND RETINA - EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE

      Pflugers Archiv
    76. YANEZ J; ANADON R
      AFFERENT AND EFFERENT CONNECTIONS OF THE HABENULA IN THE RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS) - AN INDOCARBOCYANINE DYE (DII) STUDY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    77. HENDERSON RJ; BELL JG; PARK MT
      POLYUNSATURATED FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF THE SALMON (SALMO-SALAR L) PINEAL ORGAN - MODIFICATION BY DIET AND EFFECT ON PROSTAGLANDIN PRODUCTION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    78. LANGECKER TG; WILKENS H; SCHMALE H
      DEVELOPMENTAL CONSTRAINTS IN REGRESSIVE EVOLUTION - STUDIES OF THE EXPRESSION OF THE GAMMA(S)-CRYSTALLIN GENE IN THE DEVELOPING LENS OF CAVE-DWELLING ASTYANAX-FASCIATUS (CUVIER, 1819) (TELEOSTEI, CHARACIDAE) BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Journal of zoological systematics and evolutionary research
    79. IIGO M; AIDA K
      EFFECTS OF SEASON, TEMPERATURE, AND PHOTOPERIOD ON PLASMA MELATONIN RHYTHMS IN THE GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS-AURATUS

      Journal of pineal research
    80. GONZALEZ MMD; AFFANNI JM
      CELLS OF THE PHOTORECEPTOR LINE IN THE PINEAL ORGAN OF AN ADULT MARSUPIAL, DIDELPHIS-ALBIVENTRIS

      Cell and tissue research
    81. SATO T; KANEKO M; EKATAKSIN W; WAKE K
      EXPRESSION OF NEURON-SPECIFIC ENOLASE IN THE PINEAL ORGAN OF THE DOMESTIC-FOWL DURING POSTHATCHING DEVELOPMENT

      Cell and tissue research
    82. VIGH B; DEBRECENI K; MANZANO MJ; SILVA E
      SIMILAR LOCALIZATION OF IMMUNOREACTIVE GLUTAMATE AND ASPARTATE IN THEPINEAL ORGAN AND RETINA OF VARIOUS NONMAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES

      Acta biologica Hungarica
    83. JIMENEZ AJ; FERNANDEZLLEBREZ P; PEREZFIGARES JM
      CENTRAL PROJECTIONS FROM THE GOLDFISH PINEAL ORGAN TRACED BY HRP-IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY

      Histology and histopathology
    84. RANDALL CF; BROMAGE NR; THORPE JE; MILES MS; MUIR JS
      MELATONIN RHYTHMS IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO-SALAR) MAINTAINED UNDER NATURAL AND OUT-OF-PHASE PHOTOPERIODS

      General and comparative endocrinology
    85. MOYER RW; FIRTH BT; KENNAWAY DJ
      EFFECT OF CONSTANT TEMPERATURES, DARKNESS AND LIGHT ON THE SECRETION OF MELATONIN BY PINEAL EXPLANTS AND RETINAS IN THE GECKO CHRISTINUS-MARMORATUS

      Brain research
    86. HOFMAN MA; SKENE DJ; SWAAB DF
      EFFECT OF PHOTOPERIOD ON THE DIURNAL MELATONIN AND 5-METHOXYTRYPTOPHOL RHYTHMS IN THE HUMAN PINEAL-GLAND

      Brain research
    87. WILLIAMS BO; REMINGTON L; ALBERT DM; MUKAI S; BRONSON RT; JACKS T
      COOPERATIVE TUMORIGENIC EFFECTS OF GERMLINE MUTATIONS IN RB AND P53

      Nature genetics
    88. MAITRA SK; SARKAR R; DEY M; ROY TK
      INFLUENCE OF THE PINEAL AND MELATONIN ADMINISTRATION ON THE DAY-NIGHTCHANGES IN THE ADRENAL CATECHOLAMINES OF YOUNG CHICKS

      Biological rhythm research
    89. TAMOTSU S; OISHI T; NAKAO K; FUKADA Y; SHICHIDA Y; YOSHIZAWA T; MORITA Y
      LOCALIZATION OF IODOPSIN AND ROD-OPSIN IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RETINAAND PINEAL COMPLEX OF THE RIVER LAMPREY, LAMPETRA-JAPONICA

      Cell and tissue research
    90. SATO T; KANEKO M; FUJIEDA H; DEGUCHI T; WAKE K
      ANALYSIS OF THE HETEROGENEITY WITHIN BOVINE PINEAL-GLAND BY IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY AND IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Cell and tissue research
    91. JANIK D; CASSONE VM; PICKARD GE; MENAKER M
      RETINOHYPOTHALAMIC PROJECTIONS AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THESUPRACHIASMATIC REGION OF THE DESERT IGUANA DIPSOSAURUS-DORSALIS

      Cell and tissue research
    92. IIGO M; KEZUKA H; SUZUKI T; TABATA M; AIDA K
      MELATONIN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN THE GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS-AURATUS

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    93. HOLMQVIST BI; OSTHOLM T; EKSTROM P
      NEUROANATOMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE VISUAL AND HYPOPHYSIOTROPHIC SYSTEMS IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO-SALAR) WITH EMPHASIS ON POSSIBLE MEDIATORS OF PHOTOPERIODIC CUES DURING PARR SMOLT TRANSFORMATION

      Aquaculture
    94. MEYERROCHOW VB; STEWART D
      SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY OF SUPPORTING CELL CRYSTALS IN THE LARVAL PINEAL ORGAN OF THE LAMPREY, GEOTRIA-AUSTRALIS (GREY)

      Zoologischer Anzeiger
    95. UCHIDA K; MORITA Y
      SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY AND MECHANISM OF INTERACTION BETWEEN INHIBITORY AND EXCITATORY RESPONSES OF PHOTOSENSORY PINEAL NEURONS

      Pflugers Archiv
    96. DEMIGUEL MP; FRAILE B; SAEZ FJ; VICENTINI CA; PANIAGUA R
      INFLUENCE OF OCULAR AND EXTRAOCULAR PHOTORECEPTION ON SPERMATOGENESISIN GAMBUSIA-AFFINIS HOLBROOKI (TELEOSTEI, POECILIIDAE)

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    97. FALCON J; BEGAY V; GOUJON JM; VOISIN P; GUERLOTTE J; COLLIN JP
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF HYDROXYINDOLE-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE IN PINEAL PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS OF SEVERAL FISH SPECIES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    98. IIGO M; KOBAYASHI M; OHTANIKANEKO R; HARA M; HATTORI A; SUZUKI T; AIDA K
      CHARACTERISTICS, DAY-NIGHT CHANGES, SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION AND LOCALIZATION OF MELATONIN BINDING-SITES IN THE GOLDFISH BRAIN

      Brain research
    99. HEIDEMAN PD; BRONSON FH
      AN ENDOGENOUS CIRCANNUAL RHYTHM OF REPRODUCTION IN A TROPICAL BAT, ANOURA-GEOFFROYI, IS NOT ENTRAINED BY PHOTOPERIOD

      Biology of reproduction
    100. FALCON J
      PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS, CIRCADIAN OSCILLATOR S AND CONTROL OF THE RHYTHMIC PRODUCTION OF MELATONIN - SOME PERSPECTIVES

      Pathologie et biologie


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 05/06/20 alle ore 06:32:10