The Journal of Physiology

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About the Journal

The Journal of Physiology is a biweekly peer-reviewed scientific journal that was established in 1878 and is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of The Physiological Society. It covers research on all aspects of physiology, with an emphasis on human and mammalian physiology, including work at the molecular level, at the level of the cell membrane, single cells, tissues or organs, and systems physiology. The journal is produced both on paper and online. Accepted articles are first published online, ahead of print. The full archive back to 1878 up to issues published 12 months from the current date is freely available online.


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1932

Andersen DH. Studies on the physiology of reproduction: I. The effect of thymectomy and of season on the age and weight of puberty in the female rat. (1932) J Physiol. 14;74(1):49-64. PMID 16994258

Andersen DH. Studies on the physiology of reproduction: II. The effect of thymectomy on the age of puberty in the male rat. (1932) J Physiol. 74(2):207-211. PMID 16994270

Andersen DH. Studies on the physiology of reproduction: III. The effect of thymectomy on fertility in the rat. (1932) J Physiol. 74(2):212-3. PMID 16994271

Andersen DH. and Kennedy HS. Studies on the physiology of reproduction. IV. Changes in the adrenal gland of the female rat associated with the oestrous cycle. (1932) J Physiol. 76, 247-260.

1933

Deanesly R. and Parkes AS. Size changes in the seminal vesicles of the mouse during development and after castration. (1933) J Physiol. 78(4):442-50. PMID 16994432

Andersen DH. and Kennedy HS. Studies on the physiology of reproduction: V. The adrenal cortex in pregnancy and lactation. (1933) J Physiol. 77(2): 159-73.

1934

Hill RT. Variation in the activity of the rabbit hypophysis during the reproductive cycle. (1934) J Physiol. 83(2):129-136. PMID 16994617

Barcroft J. Elliott RH. Flexner LB. Hall FG. Herkel W. McCarthy EF. McClurkin T. and Talaat M. Conditions of foetal respiration in the goat. (1934) J Physiol. 83(2):192-214. PMID 16994623


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