Lust - Lust Amphibian Sexual Physiology Excitatory...

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Lust: Amphibian Sexual Physiology Excitatory: Testosterone, Vasotocin, and GnRH INhibitary: CORT and GABA Sexual interaction Hormones in Vertebrates: GTH with (FSH and LH) ovarian growth in women, spermatogenesis in males (tied to behavior???) with a feedback Loop to increase more releasing factors SRY (TDF) Gene Sexual Dimorphism in Preoptic Nuclea in Rats; larger in males for sexual competence, smaller in females VMH more for females Androgen act on: MPOA and Amygdala in females (Ventromedial hypothalamus, and PG) Brain Sex Centers in Rats:Olfactory, Nucleus accumbens, Medial Preoptic area, Anterior Hypothalamic area (Mainly the 4 Fs) Orgasm: A Kind of Seizure: Deep Electrodes from limbic system sites, high amplitude waves appear in the anterior and median septal areas Neutransmitters: SSRIs will decrease sexual drive also serotonin, Nitric Oxide stimulate erection (mechanism for Viagra) Erection and Lubrication: PS, Ejaculation: S Androgens enhance copulation and permit copulatory behavior in males
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