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S.S. Guraya
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Narosa Publishing House (December 31, 1998)
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It also explores the current concepts and theories of gonadal differentiation as well as the origin, migration and structure of germ cells.

Fundamentals and biomedical implications. Published 1998 by SPRINGER-VERLAG.

It is organized into 14 chapters dealing with cellular, histochemical, biochemical, molecular, genetical and endocrinological aspects of testicular and ovarian development and maturation, as well as the hypothalamic, pituitary gonadal system.

In mammals, although sex is determined chromosomally, gonads in both sexes begin development as similar .

In mammals, although sex is determined chromosomally, gonads in both sexes begin development as similar structures. Until recently it was widely held that female development constituted a "default" pathway of development, which would occur in the absence of a testis-determining gene. In the absence of Sertoli cells, the lack of anti-Mullerian hormone would allow development of the female Mullerian duct and absence of Leydig cells would prevent maintenance of the Wolffian duct.

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This text studies better management of male and female infertility in mammals, caused by developmental and maturational disorders of gonads, as a result of the effects of genetic, physical (especially radiational), chemical and xenobiotic factors. It is organized into 14 chapters dealing with cellular, histochemical, biochemical, molecular, genetical and endocrinological aspects of testicular and ovarian development and maturation, as well as the hypothalamic, pituitary gonadal system. The book also provides: reviews; the concepts and theories of gonadal differentiation; extensive bibliographies on various aspects of the cellular and molecular biology of gonadal development and maturation; and an outline of future research.