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Genetics of Sexual Differentiation and Sexually Dimorphic Behaviors, Volume 59 (Advances in Genetics) (Advances in Genetics)

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Medical,
  • Science,
  • Life Sciences - Genetics & Genomics,
  • Science / Genetics,
  • Genetics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9279764M
ISBN 100120176602
ISBN 109780120176601

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Genetic control of sex differences in C. elegans neurobiology and behavior / Douglas S. Portman --The neural and genetic substrates of sexual behavior in drosophila / Daisuke Yamamoto --Sexual differentiation of the vocal control system of birds / Manfred Gahr --Gene regulation as a modulator of social preference in voles / Elizabeth A.D. Contributors to volume 59 --Preface --Genetic control of sex differences in C. elegans neurobiology and behavior / Douglas S. Portman --The neural and genetic substrates of sexual behavior in drosophila / Daisuke Yamamoto --Sexual differentiation of the vocal control system of birds / Manfred Gahr --Gene regulation as a modulator of social preference in voles / Elizabeth A.D. Hammock --Genetic basis . Sex hormones such as estrogen and testosterone are essential for sexually dimorphic behaviors in vertebrates. However, the hormone-activated molecular mechanisms that control the development and function of the underlying neural circuits remain poorly by:   Sexual dimorphism in the lineage, shown in bold lines, involves the male-specific division of and the sexually dimorphic establishment of cell fates. The Pn.p cells also exhibit sexual dimorphism; in the midbody, these cells contribute to vulval lineages (V) in the hermaphrodite but retain hypodermal fates (open circle) in the by:

kinds of sexually dimorphic features, such as neuronal connec-tivity and ciliary specialization, can be seen as cases of sexual regulation of differentiation and physiology. Sex-specific cell death: CEMs and HSNs Perhaps the most developmentally straightforward origin of sexually dimorphic neuroanatomycan be seenin thecases of. An unbiased screen identifies numerous genes with sexually dimorphic expression patterns in the hypothalamus of mice. Disrupting individual genes produces extremely specific deficits in sexually dimorphic behaviors, such as the time to retrieve pups or to intromit after by: The sexually dimorphic nucleus of the preoptic area (SDN-POA) in the rat hypothalamus is larger in volume in males than in females due to a larger number of cells in the : Rob J Kulathinal. This indicates that the sexually dimorphic functions of these factors do not end when the sexually dimorphic elements of the nervous system complete their development. 83, 87, , That the sex determination pathway continues functioning into adulthood to drive behavior is also supported by studies in Drosophila, which show that the Cited by: 1.