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Volume 132, Number 1, May 2002

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The common properties of neurogenesis in the adult brain: from invertebrates to vertebrates
pp. 1-15(15)
Authors: Cayre, M.; Malaterre, J.; Scotto-Lomassese, S.; Strambi, C.; Strambi, A.

Gonadotropin response to GnRH during sexual ontogeny in the common carp, Cyprinus carpio
pp. 17-26(10)
Authors: Kandel-Kfir, M.; Gur, G.; Melamed, P.; Zilberstein, Y.; Cohen, Y.; Zmora, N.; Kobayashi, M.; Elizur, A.; Yaron, Z.

Presence of angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) interactive factors in ovaries of the grey fleshfly Neobellieria bullata
pp. 27-35(9)
Authors: Vandingenen, A.; Hens, K.; Macours, N.; Schoofs, L.; de Loof, A.; Huybrechts, R.

Nitric oxide and neuromodulation in the caudal neurosecretory system of teleosts
pp. 57-68(12)
Authors: Cioni, C.; Bordieri, L.; de Vito, L.

Peptide and protein pheromones in amphibians
pp. 69-74(6)
Authors: Kikuyama, S.; Yamamoto, K.; Iwata, T.; Toyoda, F.

Parathyroid hormone-related protein in lower vertebrates
pp. 87-95(9)
Author: Ingleton, P.M.

Regulation of androgen receptor mRNA expression in primary culture of Harderian gland cells: cross-talk between steroid hormones
pp. 97-105(9)
Authors: Esposito, T.; Astore, E.; Cardone, A.; Angelini, F.; Varriale, B.

Peptide differential display: a novel approach for phase transition in locusts
pp. 107-115(9)
Authors: Clynen, E.; Stubbe, D.; de Loof, A.; Schoofs, L.

Beetles' choice-proline for energy output: control by AKHs
pp. 117-129(13)
Authors: Gade, G.; Auerswald, L.

The amphibian testis as model to study germ cell progression during spermatogenesis
pp. 131-139(9)
Authors: Pierantoni, R.; Cobellis, G.; Meccariello, R.; Palmiero, C.; Fienga, G.; Minucci, S.; Fasano, S.

Research progress in the stimulatory inputs regulating growth hormone (GH) secretion
pp. 141-150(10)
Authors: Gracia-Navarro, F.; Castano, J.P.; Malagon, M.M.; Sanchez-Hormigo, A.; Luque, R.M.; Hickey, G.J.; Peinado, J.R.; Delgado, E.; Martnez-Fuentes, A.J.

Neuropeptides and amphibian prey-catching behavior
pp. 151-162(12)
Authors: Carr, J.A.; Brown, C.L.; Mansouri, R.; Venkatesan, S.

Calcium homeostasis in crustaceans: subcellular Ca dynamics
pp. 163-178(16)
Authors: Wheatly, M.G.; Zanotto, F.P.; Hubbard, M.G.

Juvenile hormone biosynthesis in the fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae)
pp. 191-202(12)
Authors: Range, S.; Oeh, U.; Lorenz, M.W.; Etzel, W.; Nauen, R.; Hoffmann, K.H.

Social modulation of androgen levels in male teleost fish
pp. 203-215(13)
Authors: Oliveira, R.F.; Hirschenhauser, K.; Carneiro, L.A.; Canario, A.V.M.

Neurohypophysial hormones and renal function in fish and mammals
pp. 231-237(7)
Authors: Warne, J.M.; Harding, K.E.; Balment, R.J.

Changes in thyroid hormone levels in chicken liver during fasting and refeeding
pp. 239-245(7)
Authors: Reyns, G.E.; Janssens, K.A.; Buyse, J.; Kuhn, E.R.; Darras, V.M.

Multiple control and dynamic response of the Xenopus melanotrope cell
pp. 257-268(12)
Authors: Kolk, S.M.; Kramer, B.M.R.; Cornelisse, L.N.; Scheenen, W.J.J.M.; Jenks, B.G.; Roubos, E.W.

Regulation of neurons in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of Xenopus laevis
pp. 269-274(6)
Authors: Kramer, B.M.R.; Song, J.; Westphal, N.J.; Jenks, B.G.; Roubos, E.W.

Arctic spring: hormone-behavior interactions in a severe environment
pp. 275-286(12)
Authors: Wingfield, J.C.; Hunt, K.E.

Internalization of the chicken growth hormone receptor complex and its effect on biological functions
pp. 299-308(10)
Authors: Kuhn, E.R.; Vleurick, L.; Edery, M.; Decuypere, E.; Darras, V.M.

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