Frank Bronson

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Reproductive neuroendocrinology
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David E. Davis grad student 1957-1961 Penn State


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Emilie Rissman grad student UT Austin
Turk Eleazar Rhen grad student 2000 UT Austin
Randy J. Nelson post-doc 1984-1986 UT Austin
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Bronson FH. (2009) Climate change and seasonal reproduction in mammals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 364: 3331-40
Ruhlen RL, Howdeshell KL, Mao J, et al. (2008) Low phytoestrogen levels in feed increase fetal serum estradiol resulting in the "fetal estrogenization syndrome" and obesity in CD-1 mice. Environmental Health Perspectives. 116: 322-8
Roenneberg T. (2004) The decline in human seasonality. Journal of Biological Rhythms. 19: 193-5; discussion 19
Bronson FH. (2004) Are humans seasonally photoperiodic? Journal of Biological Rhythms. 19: 180-92
Bronson FH. (2001) Puberty in female mice is not associated with increases in either body fat or leptin. Endocrinology. 142: 4758-61
Bronson FH. (1998) Energy balance and ovulation: small cages versus natural habitats. Reproduction, Fertility, and Development. 10: 127-37
Bronson FH. (1998) Do small voles require less food than large voles? Canadian Journal of Zoology. 76: 414-418
Bronson FH, Matherne CM. (1997) Exposure to anabolic-androgenic steroids shortens life span of male mice. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 29: 615-9
Bronson FH, Nguyen KQ, De La Rosa J. (1996) Effect of anabolic steroids on behavior and physiological characteristics of female mice. Physiology & Behavior. 59: 49-55
Heideman PD, Bhatnagar KP, Hilton FK, et al. (1996) Melatonin rhythms and pineal structure in a tropical bat, Anoura geoffroyi, that does not use photoperiod to regulate seasonal reproduction. Journal of Pineal Research. 20: 90-7
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