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Year Number of Results
1945 7
1946 35
1947 33
1948 31
1949 20
1950 1
1951 78
1952 208
1953 227
1954 315
1955 361
1956 469
1957 790
1958 757
1959 862
1960 732
1961 944
1962 673
1963 23
1964 82
1965 868
1966 2600
1967 3824
1968 4724
1969 5503
1970 5760
1971 6232
1972 6899
1973 7729
1974 8750
1975 8928
1976 9060
1977 9305
1978 9771
1979 10452
1980 11146
1981 10928
1982 11316
1983 11711
1984 12568
1985 12845
1986 13345
1987 13014
1988 13331
1989 13723
1990 14169
1991 13803
1992 13767
1993 13851
1994 13483
1995 13364
1996 12981
1997 12906
1998 13066
1999 13105
2000 14121
2001 14541
2002 15124
2003 15725
2004 16698
2005 18482
2006 19547
2007 19976
2008 21053
2009 21119
2010 21486
2011 21942
2012 22089
2013 22186
2014 21583
2015 20668
2016 19522
2017 18706
2018 16885
2019 7428
2020 102
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Metabolic hormones and the regulation of spermatogenesis in fishes.
Hatef A and Unniappan S. Theriogenology 2019 - Review. PMID 31167155
Specifically, the primary goal is to review the physiological interactions between hormones that regulate reproduction and hormones that regulate metabolism as a critical determinant of testicular function. A brief introduction to the localization of metabolic hormones in fish testis is also provided. Besides, the consequences of fasting and food deprivation on testicular development and sperm quality will be discussed with a focus on interactions between metabolic and reproductive hormones....
Specifically, the primary goal is to review the physiological interactions between hormones that regulate reproduction and hormone
The different role of sex hormones on female cardiovascular physiology and function: not only oestrogens.
Salerni S, et al. Eur J Clin Invest 2015 - Review. PMID 25845675
Sex-steroid hormones have been postulated as the major contributors towards these sex-related differences. This review will discuss current evidence on gender differences in CV function and remodelling, and will present the different role of the principal sex-steroid hormones on female heart. Starting from a review of sex hormones synthesis, receptors and CV signalling, we will summarize the current knowledge concerning the role of sex hormones on the regulation of our daily activities throughout the life, via the modulation of autonomic nervous system, excitation-contraction coupling pathway and ion channels activity. ...
Sex-steroid hormones have been postulated as the major contributors towards these sex-related differences. This review will discuss c …
Keeping circadian time with hormones.
Challet E. Diabetes Obes Metab 2015 - Review. PMID 26332971
Daily variations of metabolism, physiology and behaviour are controlled by a network of coupled circadian clocks, comprising a master clock in the suprachiasmatic nuclei of the hypothalamus and a multitude of secondary clocks in the brain and peripheral organs. ...
Daily variations of metabolism, physiology and behaviour are controlled by a network of coupled circadian clocks, comprising a master …
The hormonal control of ejaculation
Corona G, et al. Nat Rev Urol 2012 - Review. PMID 22869001
Hormones regulate all aspects of male reproduction, from sperm production to sexual drive. Although emerging evidence from animal models and small clinical studies in humans clearly point to a role for several hormones in controlling the ejaculatory process, the exact endocrine mechanisms are unclear. ...
Hormones regulate all aspects of male reproduction, from sperm production to sexual drive. Although emerging evidence from animal mod
Gut hormones and appetite control.
Wren AM and Bloom SR. Gastroenterology 2007 - Review. PMID 17498507
Recent research suggests that gut hormones can be manipulated to regulate energy balance in humans, and that obese subjects retain sensitivity to the actions of gut hormones. ...
Recent research suggests that gut hormones can be manipulated to regulate energy balance in humans, and that obese subjects retain se …
Gastrointestinal hormones.
McGuigan JE. Annu Rev Med 1978 - Review. PMID 348037
Hormones and breathing.
Saaresranta T and Polo O. Chest 2002 - Review. PMID 12475861
More recently, several hormones such as corticotropin-releasing hormone and leptin have been suggested to act as respiratory stimulants. ...Animal models and experimental human studies suggest that also many other hormones may be involved in respiratory control....
More recently, several hormones such as corticotropin-releasing hormone and leptin have been suggested to act as respiratory stimulan …
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