Reproductive biology

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Reproductive biology is a study mainly involving the reproductive system and sex organs. It is closely related to reproductive endocrinology and infertility, reproductive physiology and developmental biology.

It is also in many countries a field of laboratory medicine including assisted reproductive technology, sperm bank and semen analysis.

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General:

  • Knobil & Neill (Eds) 1998. Encyclopedia of Reproduction. Academic Press, New York. (Four volumes)

Invertebrates:

  • Adiyodi, K.G. & Adyiodi, R.G. (Eds) 1983- . Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates. Wiley, New York. (Many volumes.)
  • Giese, A.G. & Pearse, J.S. (Eds) 1974- . Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates. Academic Press, New York. (Many volumes.)
  • Advances in Invertebrate Reproduction. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam. (Five volumes.)

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