Neuroendocrinology [by] Ernst Scharrer & Berta Scharrer.

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Columbia University Press , New York
Neuroendocrin
SeriesColumbia biological series, no. 23
ContributionsScharrer, Berta (Vogel) 1906-,
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LC ClassificationsQP187 S27
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Pagination289p.
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Open LibraryOL16861970M

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This book contains the contributions to a symposium dedicated to the memory of Ernst and Berta Scharrer, two eminent scientists whose discoveries marked the advent of a new discipline in neurosciences - namely, neuroendocrinology. I remember them with deep gratitude as my highly esteemed scientific : A.

Oksche. Request PDF | Berta and Ernst Scharrer (–) (–) | Berta and Ernst Scharrer were key players in the neurosecretion story. The result was their book, Neuroendocrinology, that Author: Lynn Loriaux.

Berta and Ernst Scharrer were key players in the neurosecretion story. Both came to the concept by the study of non‐mammalian species: he by studying teleost fish and she by examining insects (principally one or another species of cockroach).

Berta was now recognized as an expert on insect physiology. Ernst Scharrer is the author of Neuroendocrinology ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Beim Tanz des Gefreiten ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, 5/5(1).

Berta Scharrer is a German-born American biologist, who, together with her husband Ernst Scharrer, pioneered the field of neuroendocrinology — the interaction of the nervous and endocrine systems. She established the concept of neurosecretion through her research with insects and other invertebrates.

By Dominick P. Purpura. Berta Scharrer, co-founder of the discipline that has come to be known as neuroendocrinology, was an exemplar of science and conscience.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scharrer, Ernst. Neuroendocrinology. New York, Columbia Univ. Press, (OCoLC) Online version. The field of neuroendocrinology took a major step forward when several groups, especially Ernst and Berta Scharrer, recognized that neurons in the hypothalamus were the source of the axons that constitute the neural lobe (see “Neurosecretion”).

The hypothalamic control of the anterior pituitary gland remained unclear, however. Papers contributed to the Ernst and Berta Scharrer Symposium on Neuroendocrinology, held in Frankfurt am Main, Feb.

Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Ernst and Berta Scharrer --Pioneers in Neuroendocrinology / A. Oksche The Ups and Downs of Neuropeptides / T. Hokfelt, X.

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D.J. IS ABOUT FINE WITH A TINY TEAR AT THE BOTTOM FRONT FORE-EDGE CORNER, A TRACE OF RUB TO THE CORNERS, AND IS. Berta Vogel Scharrer was an American scientist who helped to found the scientific discipline now known as Vogel was born in Munich to Karl and Johanna, her father served as vice-president of the federal court of received her Ph.

from the University of worked at the university with Prof. Karl von Frisch, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology. Crustaceans and mammals are still remarkably similar in their reproduction. This similarity was pointed out in a key address at Columbia University while I was an undergraduate and a resultant book (Scharrer and Scharrer ) which compares hormo.

Content List ‐ Read more articles from the symposium: Neuroendocrine Interfaces in Physiology and DiseaseAuthor: T.

Hökfelt. Pioneers. Ernst and Berta Scharrer, of the University of Munich the Albert Einstein College of Medicine are credited as co-founders the field of neuroendocrinology with their initial observations and proposals in concerning neuropeptides.

Geoffrey Harris is considered by many to be the "father" of neuroendocrinology. Harris, the Dr. Lee's Professor of Anatomy at Oxford University, is.

Berta Scharrer () was an extraordinary scientist. Her work was not only thorough, but also groundbreaking. Berta and her husband Ernst pioneered a new discipline in neuroscience — neuroendocrinology.

Ernst and Berta Scharrer, of the University of Munich the Albert Einstein College of Medicine are credited as co-founders the field of neuroendocrinology with their initial observations and proposals in concerning neuropeptides. Geoffrey Harris is considered by many to be. Berta Scharrer's 77 research works with 3, citations and reads, including: Opioid and Opiate Immunoregulatory Processes.

Abstract. The leitmotiv of this retrospective survey is the phenomenon of neurosecretion. The gradual evolution of our current views on its place in neuroendocrinology will be discussed in terms not of one research career but of two, a husband-and-wife team that ended, after 30 years, with the death of Ernst Scharrer in Cited by: 70 years after the discovery of secretory neurons, internationally leading experts gathered to discuss the latest developments in neuropeptide research and endocrinology, concentrating on the molecular, cellular, supracellular and systemic aspects.

A variety of neuropeptidergic systems are. Author(s): Scharrer,Ernst; Scharrer,Berta, Title(s): Neuroendocrinology[by] Ernst Scharrer and Berta Scharrer. Country of Publication: United States Publisher. Language: English ISBN: (hardcover: alk. paper), (hardcover: alk. paper) LCCN: MeSH: Neuroendocrinology*; Neurosecretory Systems Person As Subject: Scharrer,Ernst Scharrer,Berta, Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: Papers contributed to the Ernst and Berta Scharrer Symposium on Neuroendocrinology.

Career. Berta Vogel was born in Munich to Karl and Johanna (née Weiss). Her father served as vice-president of the federal court of Bavaria.

She received her Ph.D. from the University of worked at the university with Prof. Karl von Frisch, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in for his work with bees. Berta Scharrer was forced to emigrate at the onset of the.

Ernst and Berta Scharrer, [10] of the University of Munich the Albert Einstein College of Medicine are credited as co-founders the field of neuroendocrinology with their initial observations and proposals in concerning neuropeptides. Geoffrey Harris [11] is considered by many to be the.

The findings of the past few years have extended the fundamental concept of neurosecretion introduced by Ernst and Berta Scharrer in close cooperation with Wolfgang Bargmann. An important landmark was the discovery that neurons containing classical neurosecretory products not only project to neurohemal release organs but also establish Format: Paperback.

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Ernst Scharrer and Berta Scharrer. Columbia Uni­ versity Press, THE DECLINE OF THE HARAPPANS THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF INDIA: THE INDUS CIVILIZATION. Sir Morti­ mer Wheeler.

Cambridge University Press, CIVILIZATION AND FLOODS IN THE INDUS VALLEY. George F. Dales in Expe­ dition, Vol. 7, No. 4, pages. In that year, Ernst and Berta Scharrer (co-founders of the concept of neurosecretion) produced a book called Neuroendocrinology (Scharrer & Scharrer ) and Seymour Reichlin used the term as the title for a series of review articles in the New England Journal of Cited by: 2.

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s.NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY By Ernst Scharrer and Berta Scharrer Traditionally regarded as separate disciplines, neurology and endocrinology are here shown in their interrelationships, synthesizing the existing data concerning their integrated functions.

This work presents a new viewpoint which has important implications for psycho.