The Response of Amphibia and Rodents to Fish Gonadotropins

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The purpose of this research is, first, to determine by laboratory methods, that species specificity does not exist in closely allied taxonomic animals; second, to determine a unit of activity for the gonadotropic hormone. For this purpose a quantitative method for determining potency is necessary to ascertain the seasonal production of the gonadotropic factor in fish. A further aim in this investigation is to demonstrate that the diversity of the gonadotropic factor, in relation to phylogenetic variations, is not as ineffectual as previously reported.

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v, 44 leaves : ill.

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Bishop, Jack G. 1949.

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The purpose of this research is, first, to determine by laboratory methods, that species specificity does not exist in closely allied taxonomic animals; second, to determine a unit of activity for the gonadotropic hormone. For this purpose a quantitative method for determining potency is necessary to ascertain the seasonal production of the gonadotropic factor in fish. A further aim in this investigation is to demonstrate that the diversity of the gonadotropic factor, in relation to phylogenetic variations, is not as ineffectual as previously reported.

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Bishop, Jack G. The Response of Amphibia and Rodents to Fish Gonadotropins, thesis, 1949; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83475/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .