Definition of neuroendocrinology in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌendōkrəˈnäləjē/



See neuroendocrine

‘He undertook postdoctoral training in neuroendocrinology and neurophysiology at the Brain Research Institute, UCLA, and the Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland.’
  • ‘Nearly all of the studies that did so, however, focused on neuroendocrinology and how various hormones affect neurological structure and functioning.’
  • ‘I think that the field of crustacean neuroendocrinology is entering an exciting period that will depend upon a range of old (organ culture, histology) and new experimental techniques.’
  • ‘While Offspring is not a textbook designed for pedagogy, several chapters provide the non-expert with excellent introductions to the field under review, such as behavioral genetics and behavioral neuroendocrinology.’
  • ‘The aging of an organism is a very complex and multifaceted process that encompasses many disciplines in biology such as neuroendocrinology, histology, genetics, enzymology, biochemistry, molecular biology and so on.’