Neuroendocrine system in insect stress

Sergey I. Chernysh

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Abstract

70In insect endocrinology, priority is traditionally given to investigations on the role of hormones in development and reproduction processes. Meanwhile, a third and very important function of the neuroendocrine system, associated with regulating the organism’s adaptation to unfavorable environmental conditions, is still a much less explored area. The only exceptions are mechanisms of diapause, but in this case the protective function of hormones is interpreted as a direct consequence of their morphogenetic activity. At the same time, little research has been done on certain key problems such as the reactivity of the endocrine system in relation to stress effects, its role in regulating intracellular and tissue repair of damage, infection immunity, and catatoxic systems, etc. When, in their reviews, some authors did focus on hormonal responses to stressor action, 1 - 3 it was mainly pathological aspects of reactivity that were the object of analysis.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHormones and Metabolism in Insect Stress
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Pages69-98
Number of pages30
ISBN (Electronic)9781351081689
ISBN (Print)0849362245, 9781315894133
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018

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Neurosecretory Systems
Insects
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Hormones
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endocrine system
Endocrine System
Endocrinology
tissue repair
diapause
Reproduction
Immunity
immunity
environmental factors
organisms
Infection
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Chernysh, S. I. (2018). Neuroendocrine system in insect stress. In Hormones and Metabolism in Insect Stress (pp. 69-98). Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351073233
Chernysh, Sergey I. / Neuroendocrine system in insect stress. Hormones and Metabolism in Insect Stress. Taylor & Francis, 2018. pp. 69-98
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