Action of Central Cholinolytics and Oestrogens on Gonadotropic Release after Destruction of the Amygdala in Rats
It is known that different areas of the hypothalamus and overlying brain structures connected with them take part in the nervous regulation of gonadotropin secretion.
KeywordsLuteinizing Hormone Luteinizing Hormone Level Luteinizing Hormone Secretion Amygdaloid Nucleus Amygdaloid Complex
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