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Fig. 8. (A) Schematic diagram of a sagittal section of masu salmon brain. The letters a–g represent the following brain areas: a, olfactory bulb; b, telencephalon including preoptic area; c, hypothalamus; d, optic tectum-thalamus including midbrain; e, cerebellum; f, medulla oblongata; g, pituitary. Reprinted with permission from Zoological Science, 14, Amano et al., Distribution and function of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) in the teleost brain, 1–11, Fig. 2, © 1997, Zoological Society of Japan. (B) The concentration (pg/mg tissue) of sGnRH and cGnRH-II in discrete areas of the brain and pituitary of ovulated masu salmon (mean ± SEM). The letters a–g represent the same areas as indicated in (A).

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