Subject: Undeliverable: Hormones effecting the behavior of the humpback wh

Kim Marshall (kimm@oceanalliance.org)
Wed, 19 May 1999 13:14:55 -0400 (EDT)

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>I asked whale scientist Dr. Phil Clapham of the Large Whale Biology Program
>at the Northeast Fisheries Science Center if he could recommond any books
>that might address your question.  His reply was: "There has been
>essentially no research into humpback whale endocrinology, except for some
>side stuff related to reproduction.  Try Slijper, who might have something
>to say on this subject in general."  (Slijper is an author.)
>I hope this helps you! Thank you.
>Kim
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>Question:
>>  Could you help me, at the moment I am studying a course in animal
>>anatomy and physiology and I'm having trouble finding out any thing on the
>>endocrinology of the humpbacked whale. I need to know such things as what
>>hormones it uses all the time, and hormones that are only used at certain
>>times like pregnancy. If you do have any info it would be a great help.
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>Kim Marshall-Tilas
>Whale Conservation Institute/Ocean Alliance
>191 Weston Road
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Kim Marshall-Tilas
Whale Conservation Institute/Ocean Alliance
191 Weston Road
Lincoln, MA  01773
(781) 259-0423
fax: 259-0288
website: http://www.oceanalliance.org