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Articles 11-28

11: Sanford LM, Leggee DG, Melnyk PM. Maintaining a high physiological rate of testosterone secretion in the adult ram by estradiol immunoneutralization partially prevents testicular regression. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1991) 71, 1099-1109

12: Trudeau VL, Meijer JC, Vandalem JL, Sanford LM. Plasma thyrotropin concentration in the male pig: profile from birth to puberty and the effect of season and social environment in the young adult. Reproduction, Nutrition and Development (1991) 31, 233-240

13: Trudeau VL, Sanford LM. Influence of season and social environment on the reproductive-endocrine status of the adult Landrace boar. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1990) 70, 121-128

14: Sanford LM, Baker SJ. Enhanced testosterone secretion in adult rams after establishment of a high-frequency, low-amplitude pattern of LH pulses in the nonbreeding season occurs without changes in the number or binding affinity of testicular LH receptors. Acta Endocrinologica (Copenhagen) (1990) 122, 55-61

15: Sanford LM, Robaire B. Interaction of photoperiod and estradiol in the regulation of gonadotropin secretion in the adult ram. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (1990) 68, 150-156

16: Yarney TA, Sanford LM, Palmer WM. Pubertal development of ram lambs: body weight and testicular size measurements as indices of postpubertal reproductive function. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1990) 70, 139-147

17: Yarney TA, Sanford LM. Pubertal development of ram lambs: reproductive hormone concentrations as indices of postpubertal reproductive function. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1990) 70, 149-157

18: Yarney TA, Sanford LM. Pubertal changes in the secretion of gonadotropic hormones, testicular gonadotropic receptors and testicular function in the ram. Domestic Animal Endocrinology (1989) 6, 219-229

19: Sanford LM. Increases in testosterone secretion in adult rams with immunoneutralization of endogenous estradiol occur in the absence of increases in pulsatile LH release or testicular LH receptors. Acta Endocrinologica (Copenhagen) (1989) 120, 180-186

20: Sanford LM, Ponzilius K-H. The pattern of LH release in the adult ram influences the testicular steroidogenic response to individual LH pulses and is regulated by testosterone negative feedback. Journal of Andrology (1989) 10, 1-8

21: Yarney TA, Sanford LM, Sairam MR. Sheep testicular gonadotropin binding sites: characterization and changes with surgical shortening of the scrotum. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (1988) 66, 1319-1327

22: Sairam MR, Yarney TA, Bhargavi GN, Sanford LM. Conformational restrictions of the sheep testicular receptor discriminates pituitary lutropin and placental gonadotropins. Journal of Biological Chemistry (1988) 263, 3706-3712

23: Trudeau VL, Sanford LM, Bevers MM, Meijer JC. Serum growth hormone and corticosteroid concentrations in the adult boar vary with season. Medical Science Research (1988) 16, 1009-1010

24: Trudeau VL, Grinwich DL, Sanford LM. Seasonal variation in the blood concentration of 16-androstenes in adult Landrace boars. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1988) 68, 565-568

25: Trudeau VL, van de Weil DFM, Erkens J, Sanford LM. Influence of season and social environment on basal and thyrotropin releasing hormone-induced prolactin secretion in the adult domestic boar. Acta Endocrinologica (Copenhagen) (1988) 118, 277-282

26: Rehder NB, Bird DM, Sanford LM. Plasma androgen levels and body weights for breeding and nonbreeding male American Kestrels. The Condor (1988) 90, 555-560

27: Peirce ARJ, Downey BR, Sanford LM. Seasonal changes in plasma concentrations of prolactin, LH, FSH, and testosterone in young adult bulls. Animal Reproduction Science (1987) 13, 165-176

28: Sanford LM. LH release in intact and castrate rams is altered with immunoneutralization of endogenous estradiol. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (1987) 65, 1442-1447

 

         

 
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