Influence of the pineal gland on the reproductive system of the male house mouse.
Philo-R; Berkowitz-AS; Jackson-FL; Lloyd-JA; Preslock-JP
Experientia 1980 Dec; 36(12):1425-1426
Procedures designed to express pineal-mediated antigonadotropic activity were performed upon male house mice. Neither blinding nor blinding plus olfactory bulbectomy of house mice resulted in testicular involution within 12 weeks. The pineal gland appears to be of little significance to reproduction in the house mouse.
Animals; Laboratory-animals; Light-source; Physiology; Physiological-effects; Physiological-function; Reproduction; Histology; Anatomy
New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services