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Mammalian olfaction, reproductive processes, and behavior

Mammalian olfaction, reproductive processes, and behavior

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mammals -- Physiology.,
  • Mammals -- Behavior.,
  • Smell.,
  • Reproduction.,
  • Animal communication.,
  • Smell.,
  • Reproduction.,
  • Mammals.,
  • Chemoreceptors.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    Statementedited by Richard L. Doty.
    ContributionsDoty, Richard L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL739.2 .M35
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 344 p. :
    Number of Pages344
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5214647M
    ISBN 100122212509
    LC Control Number75044760


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Mammalian Olfaction, Reproductive Processes, and Behavior presents the conceptual, methodological, and empirical advances in the study of the complex interactions between nasal chemoreception, sexual behavior, and endocrine function in mammals. It focuses on the orders Artiodactyla, Perissodactyla, Carnivora, Rodentia, and Primates.

The book describes techniques for. Mammalian Olfaction, Reproductive Processes, and Behavior presents the conceptual, methodological, and empirical advances in the study of the complex interactions between nasal chemoreception, sexual behavior, and endocrine function in mammals.

It focuses on the orders Artiodactyla, Perissodactyla, Carnivora, Rodentia, and Primates. Buy Mammalian Olfaction, Reproductive Processes, and Behavior on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mammalian olfaction, reproductive processes, and behavior.

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R.L. Doty (Ed- itor). Academic Press, New York, N.Y.,pp., US $, ISBN o Although for many animals olfactive perceptions must be the most impor. DELIUS, Juan, Mammalian olfaction, reproductive processes and : Behavioural Processes.

4 (1), pp. ISSN Available under: doi: from book Domestic dog cognition and behavior: ence of mammalian olfaction is a vast area of research, but the work on canines is K.

Honig (Eds.), Cognitive processes in animal behavior. When we look for mammalian behavioral and physiological responses to pheromones in which the responses appear to be specific, we find that a remarkable number of them are mediated by accessory olfactory organs such as the vomeronasal organ rather than by primary olfaction, and that many of the pheromones are transferred by contact[14].

The central olfactory pathways constitute a rather small part of the human brain, and olfaction is undoubtedly of less clinical significance than vision and hearing. Nevertheless, the sense of smell is of considerable importance in our everyday life; it plays a significant role in food intake, in reproductive and endocrine functions, and in.

In more recent times, organic chemists and perfumers have sought to identify and employ the volatile constituents of mammalian secretions and excretions in perfumes and colognes while animal behaviorists and reproductive biologists have explored the role such constituents play in olfactory chemical communication.

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New York: Academic Press, The focus of this chapter is on a putative class of stimuli commonly termed “pheromones.” Pheromones are said to differ from other chemical stimuli in having been evolved to transfer specific information among conspecifics critical for sexual, agonistic, and other forms of social behavior, as well as for altering the reproductive processes of the recipient (e.g., the age of puberty, the.

Request PDF | On Jan 1,R.H. Porter and others published Olfaction and the development of social behavior in neonatal mammals | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Mammalian Olfaction, Reproductive Processes, and Behavior. Elsevier Science. ISBN ; Catherine Lamm; Chelsea Makloski (28 May ).

Theriogenology, An Issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice. Elsevier Health Sciences. ISBN   Doty discusses several examples of mammalian pheromones thoroughly this book, especially in chapters 3 and 4.

There is an olfactory/phenomenal cue that tells baby rabbit to locate their mothers' nipples. It has been found that by removing the mammary pheromone (MP) the nipple search behavior stops, thus the two are s: 3.

Peroxidase backfills suggest the mammalian olfactory epithelium contains a second morphologically distinct class of bipolar sensory neuron: The olfactory microvillar cell. Brain Research– Interestingly, mammalian adult olfactory neurogenesis in rats has been found to depend on reproductive behavior (Feierstein, ).

Furthermore, the social behavior modulators oxytocin and vasopressin are expressed in the main and accessory olfactory bulbs and participate in the formation of short-term social odor memories (Wacker and Ludwig.

Mammalian pheromones, audiomones, visuomones, and snarks—Richard Doty argues that they all belong in the same category: objects of more than 50 years, researchers—including many prominent scientists—have identified pheromones as the triggers for a wide range of mammalian behaviors and endocrine responses.

In this provocative book, renowned olfaction expert. Purchase Hormones, Brain and Behavior - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNrepresent mammalian reproductive biology will be made and details particular to one species or group will be included as appropriate.

A better understanding of the biological processes regulating reproductive function provides opportunities to intervene in the reproductive process of mammals.

Mammal - Mammal - Reproduction: In reproductively mature female mammals, an interaction of hormones from the pituitary gland and the ovaries produces a phenomenon known as the estrous cycle.

Estrus, or “heat,” typically coincides with ovulation, and during this time the female is receptive to the male. Estrus is preceded by proestrus, during which ovarian follicles mature under the. Reproductive behaviour, any activity directed toward perpetuation of a species.

The enormous range of animal reproductive modes is matched by the variety of reproductive behaviour. Reproductive behaviour in animals includes all the events and actions that are directly involved in the process by. The relationship between olfactory stimuli and mammalian reproduction has been reviewed by Parkes and Bruce ().

In addition to olfactory stimuli, neurotropic stimuli, loosely characterized as "social stress" and stemming from the increase in behavioral competition accompanying crowding, affect. Olfaction and Attraction.

In both humans and other mammals, olfaction acts as a foundation for the biochemical mechanisms that generate feelings of attraction.

Olfaction, like attraction, is an intricate process that is dictated by the successful interworking of numerous biological structures. Odor molecules are detected by the olfactory receptors (hereafter OR) in the olfactory epithelium of the nasal receptor type is expressed within a subset of neurons, from which they directly connect to the olfactory bulb in the brain.

Olfaction is essential for survival in most vertebrates; however, the degree to which an animal depends on smell is highly varied.

Olfaction and Human Social Behavior: Effects of a Pleasant Scent on Attraction and Social Perception Show all authors. Robert A. Baron. Robert A. Baron. Doty, R. Mammalian olfaction, reproductive processes, and behavior. New York: Academic Press, Google Scholar. In comparison to that of other animals, the human sense of smell is widely considered to be weak and underdeveloped.

This is, however, an unproven hypothesis. In a Review, McGann traces the origins of this false belief back to comparative 19th-century neuroanatomical studies by Broca. A modern look at the human olfactory bulb shows that it is rather large compared with those of rats and.

Thus, activation of both the main and the accessory olfactory systems, which cooperate in the control of reproductive behavior [41, 42], is required to enhance AN in this context. The relative contribution of the two olfactory pathways on the neurogenic process triggered by olfactory social stimuli remains however poorly understood.

The Placental Mammal and Reproduction Most mammals – excepting Monotremes and Marsupials – are placental mammals. Yaks, rabbits, cows, hippopotamuses, bats and humans all fall within this category. In all other vertebrates, the developing embryo is separated from its mother’s body by the amniotic membrane which surrounds the egg.

The reason for this is that [ ]. Adult neurogenesis—resulting in adult-generated functioning, integrated neurons—is still one of the most captivating research areas of neuroplasticity. The addition of new neurons in adulthood follows a seemingly consistent multi-step process.

These neurogenic stages include proliferation, differentiation, migration, maturation/survival, and integration of new neurons into the existing.

Olfaction is one of the most conserved senses across species. It plays a crucial role in animals’ and humans’ life by influencing food intake, reproduction and social behavior. The olfactory system is composed of a peripheral neuroepithelium and a central olfactory nerve and is one of the few central nervous system (CNS) structures with direct access to the external environment without.

In the reproductive process, a male sperm and a female egg provide the information required to produce another human being.

Conception occurs when these cells join as the egg is fertilized. Pregnancy begins once the fertilized egg implants in the uterus.

The embryo grows and becomes surrounded by structures that provide support and nourishment. Social cues can have potent modulating actions. They can act either via discrete neural and endocrine pathways to alter specific processes such as ovulation, or they can induce nonspecific emotional states that secondarily affect reproduction.

Many major gaps remain in our knowledge about the environmental regulation of mammalian reproduction. The synergistic actions of the nongenetic and genetic factors are crucial to shape mosquitoes’ feeding behavior.

Unlike males, adult female mosquitoes are evolved with unique ability to take blood meals from a vertebrate host for reproductive success which eventually makes them a potential vector.

Processing and integration of chemical information in the neuro-olfactory system followed by. The male animal possesses special reproductive organs. These organs are similar in all male mammals, although some differences in form and function do exist.

The bull can be used to illustrate the male mammalian reproductive system. Bull – A bull is a male bovine. Its reproductive system contains a number of different parts (Figure ). Odorants (odor molecules) enter the nose and dissolve in the olfactory epithelium, the mucosa at the back of the nasal cavity (as illustrated in Figure ).The olfactory epithelium is a collection of specialized olfactory receptors in the back of the nasal cavity that spans an area about 5 cm 2 in humans.

Recall that sensory cells are neurons. An olfactory receptor, which is a dendrite of a. Also, the olfactory contribution to reproductive behaviors, especially that of the accessory olfactory system, has been demonstrated in hamsters, mice, and rats. Removal of the vomeronasal organ impairs mating behavior (for review see Meredith and Fernandez-Fewell, ).

Behavior is less diverse. They have a small number of chromosomes, which may make them less evolutionarily flexible. Their reproductive rate is lower. An alternate view is that marsupials are not necessarily at a competitive disadvantage in all circumstances.

Possible advantages of a marsupial reproductive stratgey include. Olfactory input dominates reproductive behavior in mice which manages the development and function of mammalian gonads -- the scientists could trace backward to find the sensory receptors that.

GnRH, and thus on behavior, is the concept that affect is conditioned in the presence of other sensory input. For example, Cooper, Parvopassu, Herbin, and Magnin [13] suggest that mammalian neu-roanatomical pathways link vision and olfaction. Social-environmental odor cues, which male rats may learn to visually associate with sexual activity.

Olfactory control of the sexual behavior of male and female mice. Physiol Behav –, Crossref | PubMed | ISI Google Scholar; 74 Elsaesser R, Montani G, Tirindelli R, Paysan J. Phosphatidyl-inositide signalling proteins in a novel class of sensory cells in the mammalian olfactory epithelium. Eur J Neurosci –, Vertebrate dual olfactory system Moths and sex pheromones Factors affecting behavioural and physiological responses to pheromones Primer pheromones and reproduction Olfactory cues and recognition learning Developmental paths or metamorphosis prompted by pheromones Conclusion Further.