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Courtship-induced changes in female sexual receptivity

Catherine R. Propper

Courtship-induced changes in female sexual receptivity

a neuroendocrine study in an amphibian

by Catherine R. Propper

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    Subjects:
  • Reproduction -- Endocrine aspects.,
  • Courtship of animals.,
  • Sexual behavior in animals.,
  • Taricha granulosa.

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    Statementby Cathlerine R. Propper.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination183 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17699668M

    Abstract. Drosophila females start ovulation shortly after mating, and at the same time they become unreceptive to courting males. Both physiological changes are induced by the “sexpeptide” derived from the male accessory glands. It is conceivable, therefore, that the first effect of the peptide is to induce ovulation, and some signal derived from ovulated eggs makes females :// Drosophila female receptivity comprises both slowing down, or pausing, and opening vaginal plates. Bussell et al. show that neurons labeled by the homeobox transcription factor Abdominal-B control pausing in response to multiple male courtship ://(14)

      female sexual behavior which are useful in studying the neural and endocrine regulation of female sexual responsiveness. Copulatory Behaviors s The term, copulatory behaviors, those behaviors p which result in successful transfer of sperm from the male to the female, is used instead of receptivity,   Female novelty and the courtship behavior of male guinea pigs (Cavia porcellus) term habituation and novelty-induced recov-ery processes in the courtship behavior of guinea pigs. We used pregnant females as social stimuli in order to control for possible changes in receptivity contingent on female contacts with a mate. In female guinea pigs,

    RELATED INFORMATION. Male Drosophila initiate courtship behaviors in response to various sensory inputs (see Fig. 1, Movie 1).Vision is the most prominent sensation that triggers courtship behavior in males. Once a male finds a female, he immediately starts courting with orientation behavior (turning toward and chasing the moving female); this behavior is often accompanied by slight shaking of   When animal sexual behaviour is reproductively motivated, it is often termed mating or copulation; for most non-human mammals, mating and copulation occur at oestrus (the most fertile period in the mammalian female's reproductive cycle), which increases the chances of successful ://


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Courtship-induced changes in female sexual receptivity by Catherine R. Propper Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. Graduation date: This thesis describes studies that investigated 1)\ud the effects of courtship on the neuroendocrine system of\ud female rough-skinned newts, Taricha granulosa, and 2)\ud whether the observed courtship-induced neuroendocrine\ud changes affected female sexual receptivity.\ud Sexual behaviors of female T.

granulosa changed\ud dramatically during :// Courtship-induced changes in plasma steroid and brain gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) concentrations in Taricha granulosa were determined with respect to changes in female sexual receptivity. Females were sacrificed at several times after courtship initiation.

Concentrations of GnRH (determined by RIA) in the anterior telencephalon were A.S. Kauffman, in Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Receptivity ‘Sexual receptivity ’ is the most classic term associated with female sexual behavior. However, until Beach’s categorization of female mating behaviors, researchers used the term ‘receptivity’ in different contexts and with different meanings, which often confused and complicated the study of female :// Courtship-induced changes in plasma steroid and brain gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) concentrations in Taricha granulosa were determined with respect to changes in female sexual receptivity.

Females were sacrificed at several times after courtship ://   Thank you for submitting your article "Neuropeptide B mediates female sexual receptivity in medaka fish, acting in a female-specific but reversible manner" for consideration by eLife.

Your article has been reviewed by two peer reviewers, and the evaluation has Previous Interspecific Courtship Impairs Female Receptivity to Conspecifics in the Parasitoid Wasp Nasonia longicornis But Not in While cytoplasmic incompatibility induced by the infection with strains of Wolbachia leads to a conversion to male J.

Aspects of sexual receptivity in female Nasonia vitripennis. Biol. Behav.1 Ascending SAG Neurons Control Sexual Receptivity of Drosophila Females. Kai of the female reproductive tract. Here, we identify second-order neurons that mediate the behavioral changes induced by SP.

consequences of silencing and activating SAG neurons establishes a strong causal link between their activity and female sexual ://(14) Start studying Chapter 6 - Sexual Behavior of Females. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Female sexual receptivity in the majority of species. transient b. associated with ovulation - Votile or hormonal changes in :// Define sexual receptivity.

sexual receptivity synonyms, sexual receptivity pronunciation, sexual receptivity translation, English dictionary definition of sexual receptivity. adj. sexual (redirected from sexual receptivity) Also found in: the male is induced to stay close to his female +receptivity.

Female-specific myoinhibitory peptide neurons regulate mating receptivity in Drosophila melanogaster. maintains female sexual receptivity. show mating-induced TRIC signal :// sexual development the biologic and psychosocial changes that lead to sexual maturity.

(Biologic changes in humans are discussed under reproductive organs.)The basis for current study of the child's normal psychosexual development is a series of essays on sexuality published by Sigmund Freud in +receptivity.

Silencing apterous neurons impairs mating. Female flies mutant for the apterous gene have low sexual receptivity Apterous is a LIM-homedomain transcription factor with a role in tissue Body Language Of Bent Over Posture Or Rump Presentation.

Cue: Bent Over Posture. Synonym(s): Rump Presentation, Grinding Against Another Person. Description: A primarily female posture done by bending forward at the waist facing away from a person (the body language reader or recipient of the cue) such that the rump is presented teasingly.

In One Sentence: Presenting the rump to another   Sexual receptivity in female vertebrates is known to be inte-grated by specific hypothalamic nuclei, such as the ventromedial nucleus (VMH) and medial preoptic area (mPOA), whereas the mPOA and anterior hypothalamus appear to be important in male sexual behavior (Crews & Silver, ; Pfaff, Schwartz-Giblin, McCarthy, & Kow, ).

predation risk, male guppies (Poecilia reticulata) switch from courtship to less conspicuous coercive mating at- Thus, in high-risk situations, predator-induced changes in female behaviour may increase the relative efficiency of coercive mating attempts, given the reduced fish for the school to avoid the possibility of sexual ~pilastro/pdf/Evans et al Courtship pheromone–induced c-Fos-like immunolabeling in the female salamander brain has evolved with changes in courtship timing and behavior.

pheromone-induced enhancement of sexual   Abstract. Pheromones are important chemical signals for many vertebrates, particularly during reproductive interactions. In the terrestrial salamander Plethodon shermani, a male delivers proteinaceous pheromones to the female as part of their ritualistic courtship pheromones increase the female's receptivity to mating, as shown by a reduction in courtship :// We have studied male–female courtship vocalizations in The sexual receptivity that accompanies as soon as the female raps, his vocalization changes to an answer call.

(D) A portion of the receptive duet (C, box D) at a faster sweep speed illustrating raps and trill ://   dilp signaling in female oenocytes mediates diet-induced sexual attractiveness. Male courtship preference in our experimental context was observed even when female flies were decapitated (Fig.

4A), which suggests that reciprocal or other behaviors that require ongoing neural processing (e.g., auditory cue) are dispensable for the sexual   1. INTRODUCTION. Courtship is the suite of behaviours displayed by an individual to attract and eventually reproduce with an individual of the opposite sex (Bastock, ).Because courtship takes place within the scope of competition among conspecifics of the same sex, it is generally assumed to have evolved through sexual selection ://.

Courtship and mating has been shown by others to involve additional neurotransmitter systems including dopamine, which has been shown to play a role in both female receptivity [24] as well as male   In Drosophila melanogaster, gender-specific behavioural responses to the male-produced sex pheromone cis-vaccenyl acetate (cVA) rely on sexually Since the male of the species is typically always receptive to female sexual advances, female sexual receptivity imposes a reproductive limitation.

Continuous Sexual Receptivity. Human females possess an extended sexuality, whereby they are receptive to sexual intercourse across both the fertile and non-fertile phases of the menstrual cycle