Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones



Publisher: Science & Technical Publishing, Dept. of Conservation in Wellington, N.Z

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Subjects:

  • Ermine -- New Zealand -- Reproduction -- Regulation.,
  • Hormones -- Analysis.,
  • Immunoassay.,
  • Ermine -- Endocrinology.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 23-24).

Other titlesMonitoring stoat reproductive hormones
StatementFrank Molinia ... [et al.].
SeriesScience for conservation -- 276, Science for conservation -- 276.
ContributionsMolinia, Frank., New Zealand. Dept. of Conservation.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL737.C25 N66 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16801497M
ISBN 109780478142617
LC Control Number2008353169

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6 Molinia et al.—Monitoring stoat reproductive hormones 1. Introduction Stoats (Mustela erminea) are one of a suite of predators that have been introduced to New Zealand and are responsible for the decline of several native iconic bird species such as kiwi (Apteryx spp.) and kaka (Nestor meridionalis) (see Parkes & Murphy ).

Title: Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones Author: F. Molinia Subject: sfc (SIN) Created Date: 8/1/ PM. Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones Article in Science for Conservation January with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Noninvasive reproductive hormone monitoring can be applied for estrus detection, pregnancy diagnosis, and identification of reproductive problems, i.e., disrupted reproductive cycles, inability to conceive and/or implant, or premature termination of pregnancy.Cited by: 6.

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Keywords: 20α -hydroxyprogesterone, enzyme immunoassay, faecal steroid analysis, oestrogen, reproductive behaviour, steroid hormone metabolites.

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knowledge on reproductive physiology is often limited. Therefore, non-invasive monitoring of urinary and faecal hormones has become an important tool for reproductive management.

To exemplify the importance of non-invasive hormone monitoring, we choose the. Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones. Article. Jan ; F C Molinia Non-invasive reproductive hormone monitoring will enhance our ability to monitor captive breeding and.

Non-invasive monitoring of hormones. As reproduction is paramount to species survival, and hormones drive this process, understanding the basics of reproductive endocrinology of animals is vital for their conservation and management. Among others, reliable methods for monitoring endocrine activities to monitor reproductive and adrenocortical.

A bstract: During the past several years, the noninvasive measurement of steroid metabolites from mammalian feces and bird droppings has become more and more popular.

With an increasing acceptance of the method, investigators may become less aware of the need to validate their assays. It is shown why such validations are essential for each new species investigated and various ways to. Non-invasive fecal steroid radioimmunoassay technique was validated in three captive Yangtze finless porpoises for the first time in this study.

The seasonality of one captive male and the reproductive status of two females were investigated by longitudinal monitoring their fecal reproductive steroid hormone metabolites. Faecal hormone monitoring offers a robust tool to non-invasively determine the physiological stress experienced by an individual when faced with natural or human-driven stressors.

Although already quantified for several species, the method needs to be validated for each new species to ensure reliable quantification of the respective glucocorticoids.

Here we investigated whether measurement of. Hormone monitoring: An important tool for the breeding management of wildlife species F.

SCHWARZENBERGER1* and J.L. BROWN2 received J accepted J Keywords: Elephant, rhinoce-ros, ursids, felids, reproductive endocrinology, captive manage-ment. Summary Hormone monitoring is a well es-tablished tool for evaluating endo. Field endocrinology can be considered as the application of non-invasive methodologies to examine behavioural–endocrine interactions in primates living in natural conditions and social settings.

In bringing together laboratory and field-based research methods, the discipline provides new and exciting opportunities for developing a more. Molinia F, La Falci S, Myers V and McLane D (). Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones.

Science for Conservation Department of Conservation, Wellington. 24 p. La Falci S and Molinia F (). Stoat artificial reproductive technologies. Science for Conservation Department of Conservation, Wellington. 20 p. Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones. Science for Conservation p Department of Conservation, New Zealand.

Non-invasive analysis of transfected HeLa cells showed an increase in the FRET ratio from to and to by the addition of H 2 O 2 and NaCl respectively (Figure 6B).

NaCl induced H 2 O 2 production was also reported in endothelial cells where it was observed that the extracellular volume expands due to increased salt intake and. Non-invasive monitoring of adrenocortical activity in European badgers (Meles meles) and effects of sample collection and storage on faecal cortisol metabolite concentrations in Animal Biology Authors: Isabel Barja 1, Gema Escribano-Ávila 2, Carlos Lara-Romero 2, Emilio Virgós 2.

Edward Narayan graduated with Ph.D. degree in Biology from the University of the South Pacific and pioneered non-invasive reproductive and stress endocrinology tools for amphibians - the novel development and validation of non-invasive enzyme immunoassays for the evaluation of reproductive hormonal cycle and stress hormone responses to environmental stressors.

The fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox) is an endangered carnivore found on Madagascar with a highly unusual mating system described as a cross between lekking and scramble competition polygyny (Piertney et al., ).

A small captive population exists, allowing research into its underlying reproductive physiology. We have used non-invasive hormone analysis to investigate hormonal change longitudinally. Юс - сантиметр тăршшĕ, хӳри - сантиметр. Йывăрăшĕ грамм.Кĕлетки пиçĕ те вăрăм.

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Abstract Fynbos is a unique endemic vegetation type belonging to the Cape Floral Kingdom in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, representing the smallest of the six floral.

Faecal steroid metabolites assay as a non-invasive monitoring of reproductive status in animalsAshok Kumar, S Mehrotra, S S Dangi, G Singh, Subhash chand, Lakhanpal Singh, A S Mahla, Sachin Kumar, K Nehra Division of Animal Reproduction Indian Veterinary Research Institute, IzatnagarDist.

Bareilly, UP, India Corresponding author: Ashok kumar, email:[email protected] Received: Female reproductive system ovary: primary sex organ that produces egg cells in a process called oogenesis, and also produces female sex hormones such as estrogens and progesterone.

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Edwards, Hannah M. WMcArthur, Tim Liddicoat, Susan L. Walker on behalf of Thermo Fisher Scientific (USA). For this program, non-invasive methods need to be developed to monitor the ecotoxicological and reproductive status of the free ranging otters individually.

In the current paper the experimental validation of the use of spraints (feces) of otters for monitoring PCBs will be presented.

This field of research applies cutting-edge physiological tools (e.g. non-invasive reproductive and stress hormone monitoring) in combination with traditional methods of behaviour and veterinary health assessments to provide a holistic account of how big cats.

Other hormones involved in the female reproductive system are oxytocin, which signals the uterus to contract during childbirth, and prolactin, which stimulates milk production.

Key Terms gonadotropin-releasing hormone: a trophicpeptide responsible for the release of follicle stimulating hormone and lutenizing hormone from the anterior. Stoats have been introduced to New Zealand and Australia to control a rabbit overpopulation but found the indigenous wildlife easier to catch, thus leaving the rabbit problem unsolved.

Myers V.; McLane D. Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones. Science for Conservation p Stoat reproductive biology. Hormone analysis continues to be widely accepted for monitoring stress response and evaluating reproductive health on wildlife. Non-invasive sampling methods have gained popularity in the last few decades for monitoring stress, reproductive physiology, animal behavior, and overall animal health.Date: Jun/Jul From: New Zealand author, By: Shadbolt, Paul, INNZNA Description: Highlights the need for using talented designers for book design, noting that technology advances cannot make up for insufficient talent.

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