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Articles 29-46

29: Sanford LM. Seasonal variation in circulating gonadotropin and testosterone levels and in testis size of adult rams during and subsequent to immunoneutralization of estradiol or tamoxifen treatment in the nonbreeding season. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1987) 67, 391-404

30: Trudeau V, Sanford LM. Effect of season and social environment on testis size and semen quality of the adult Landrace boar. Journal of Animal Science (1986) 63, 1211-1219

31: Trudeau V, Sanford LM. Season and social environment influence the membrane integrity of ejaculated boar spermatozoa as assessed by ouabain sensitivity. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (1986) 64, 1407-1412

32: Howland BE, Sanford LM, Palmer WM. Changes in serum levels of LH, FSH, prolactin, testosterone and cortisol associated with season and mating in male pygmy goats. Journal of Andrology (1985) 6, 89-96

33: Sanford LM. Evidence that estrogen regulation of testosterone secretion in adult rams is mediated by both indirect (gonadotropin dependent) and direct (gonadotropin independent) means. Journal of Andrology (1985) 6, 306-314

34: Downey BR, Peirce ARJ, Sanford LM. Seasonal differences in pituitary and testicular function in bulls. Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination (1984) 2, 146-148

35: Yarney TA, Sanford LM. Relationship between prepubertal reproductive-endocrine parameters and postpubertal testicular size and function of rams. Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination (1984) 2, 178-180

36: Trudeau V, Sanford LM. The influence of social environment on the reproductive-endocrine status of adult Landrace boars. Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination (1984) 3, 296-298

37: Howland BE, Sanford LM, Palmer WM. Serum concentrations of LH, FSH and prolactin in ovariectomized ewes following treatment with androgens and estrogens. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1984) 64, 171-175

38: Ponzilius K-H, Sanford LM, Phillips GD, Palmer WM. Blood hormone changes associated with puberty in the female pig. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1984) 64, 177-181

39: Sanford LM, Howland BE, Palmer WM. Seasonal changes in the endocrine responsiveness of the pituitary and testes of male sheep in relation to their patterns of gonadotropic hormone and testosterone secretion. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (1984) 62, 827-833

40: Sanford LM, Howland BE, Palmer WM. Seasonal changes in the secretion of gonadotropic hormones and in the endocrine response of the pituitary of male sheep in the absence of gonadal influence. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (1984) 62, 834-839

41: Sanford LM, Yarney TA. Circannual changes in serum levels of pituitary hormones and testosterone and in testis size of sexually active and inactive adult rams. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1983) 63, 811-821

42: Yarney TA, Sanford LM. The reproductive-endocrine response of adult rams to sexual encounters with estrual ewes is season dependent. Hormones and Behavior (1983) 17, 169-182

43: Kennaway DJ, Sanford LM, Godfrey B, Friesen HG. Patterns of progesterone, melatonin and prolactin secretion in ewes maintained in four different photoperiods. Journal of Endocrinology (1983) 97, 229-242

44: Howland BE, Sonya D, Sanford LM, Palmer WM. Influence of photoperiod on thyrotropin releasing hormone-induced prolactin release in ewes. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1983) 63, 67-73

45: Sanford LM, Simaraks S, Palmer WM, Howland BE. Circulating estrogen levels in the ram: influence of season and mating, and their relationship to testosterone levels and mating frequency. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1982) 62, 85-93

46: Sanford LM, Palmer WM, Howland BE. Influence of age and breed on circulating LH, FSH and testosterone levels in the ram. Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1982) 62, 767-776

 

         

 
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