Academic Staff and Fellows

Ryutaro MORIYAMA
Lecturer Doctor of Philosophy in Agriculture
Department/Life Science 

Organisms have adopted characteristics suitable to their habitat so that they can survive individually and so that their species can carry on. Research is conducted into the mechanisms of how factors such as changes in nutritional conditions and internal and external stress control reproductive functions.

Enviromental Factos Regulate Animal Reproductive Functions

Research Area Reproductive Biology, Neuroendocrinology, Endocrinology
Research Interests Gonadal function Regulating Mechaisme. Sperm Motility. Physiological Sterss Reactivity in Pregnancy. Feedback Mechanisme of sexal steroid hormones. Sex Differentiation.
Selected Publications (1) Effects of ovarian hormones on GPR120 mRNA expression in mouse pituitary gonadotrophs. Endocrine Journal, Nov 2017, Vol. 64, Issue 11, 1055-1061
(2) Long-Chain Unsaturated Fatty Acids Reduce the Transcriptional Activity of the Rat Follicle-Stimulating Hormone b-Subunit Gene. Journal of Reproduction and Development, April 2016, Vol. 64, Issue 2, 195-199
(3) Expression of the long-chain fatty acid receptor GPR120 in the gonadotropes of the mouse anterior pituitary gland. Histochemistry and Cell Biology, Jan 2015, Vol. 143, Issue 1, 21-27
Education
(Master's/Doctral Course)
ME and DE from Nagoya University

Laboratory of Environmental Physiology

E-mail mory(at)life.kindai.ac.jp
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Academic Staff and Fellows