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Chapter 1 Chairman's advent (pages 1–2): Professor L. Martini
Chapter 2 The Pineal Organ: An creation (pages 3–34): J. Ariens Kappers
Chapter three Neural keep an eye on of Indoleamine Metabolism within the Pineal (pages 35–52): Julius Axelrod
Chapter four Developmental facets of Amphibian Pineal platforms (pages 53–77): Douglas E. Kelly
Chapter five Differentiation and Regression of the Cells of the Sensory Line within the Epiphysis Cerebri (pages 79–125): Jean?Pierre Collin
Chapter 6 Sensory and Glandular components of the Pineal Organ (pages 127–146): A. Oksche
Chapter 7 Secretory Organelles of the Rat Pineal Gland: Electron Microscopic and Histochemical reports in vivo and in vitro (pages 147–175): Antti U. Arstila, Hannu O. Kalimo and Markku Hyyppa
Chapter eight booths within the Granulated Vesicles of the Pineal Nerves (pages 177–195): Amanda Pellegrino de Iraldi and Angela Maria Suburo
Chapter nine keep watch over of Melatonin Synthesis by means of Noradrenaline in Rat Pineal Organ Cultures (pages 197–212): Harvey M. Shein
Chapter 10 Pineal?Brain Relationships (pages 213–227): Fernando Anton?Tay
Chapter eleven Luteinization brought about by means of Pinealectomy within the Polyfollicular Ovaries of Rats Bearing Anterior Hypothalamic Lesions (pages 229–240): B. Mess, A. Heizer, A. Toth and L. Tima
Chapter 12 Biochemical Fractions and Mechanisms fascinated about the Pineal Modulation of Pituitary Gonadotropin liberate (pages 241–258): A. Moszkowska, C. Kordon and that i. Ebels
Chapter thirteen Mechanisms of Inhibitory motion of Pineal ideas on Gonadotropin Secretion (pages 259–278): F. Fraschini, R. Collu and L. Martini
Chapter 14 Pineal rules and the keep an eye on of Adrenocorticotropin Secretion (pages 279–301): Marceixa Motta, O. Schiaffini, F. Piva and L. Martini
Chapter 15 The position of the Pineal Gland within the keep an eye on by means of mild of the Reproductive Cycle of the Ferret (pages 303–327): J. Herbert
Chapter sixteen components Influential in selecting the Gonad?Inhibiting job of the Pineal Gland (pages 329–344): Russel J. Reiter and Sandy Sorrentino
Chapter 17 The impact of Pinealectomy on Plasma Insulin in Rats (pages 345–360): Stefan M. Milcu, Lydia Nanu?Ionescu and Ioana Milcu
Chapter 18 basic dialogue: position of Serotonin within the Pineal (pages 361–377):
Chapter 19 precis of Symposium (pages 379–389): R. J. Wurtman
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These observations suggest that the driving mechanism for the pineal serotonin rhythm is localized in the brain and that the neural message is carried by tracts containing biogenic aniines. M. 7 1II PM. I I T TANT GAN( ONECTOMY 0 STbNT C( :D SHT FIG. 3. Neural control ofpineal serotonin rhythm. Groups of rats wcre kept in constant light or dark or under diurnal conditions (1zL:12D). Superior cervical ganglia were rcinoved and rats kept in diurnal light for 7 days. The pineal serotonin rhythm could be due to daily variations in the formation of serotonin from its precursor amino acid, in deamination by monoamine oxidase, or in N-acetylation by the N-acetyltransferase enzyme.
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