Symposium: Programming for the future: Exploring the value of developmental adversity on endocrine systems

14 Oct 2016
09:10-10:45
White Oaks Conference Centre

Symposium: Programming for the future: Exploring the value of developmental adversity on endocrine systems

  • Symposium: Programming for the future: exploring the value of developmental adversity on endocrine systems. Chairs: Dr Karen Spencer (The University of St Andrews, UK) & Dr Simone Meddle (The Roslin Institute, The University of Edinburgh, UK).
  • T54. Intra- and inter-generational programming of phenotype by pre-natal stress.Cedric Zimmer, Maria Larriva, Neeltje J. Boogert, Karen A. Spencer.

     

  • T55. Developmental stress: evidence for positive phenotypic and fitness effects.Ondi Crino.

     

  • T56. Early life immune activation can program the stress axis in adulthood with implications for survival: Evidence for environment matching.Jennifer L. Grindstaff, Loren Merrill.

     

  • T57. Does early-life diet shape stress physiology? Insights from δ15N and feather corticosterone across life-history stages. Nikole E Freeman, D Ryan Norris, Dan Strickland, Amy EM Newman.

     

  • T58. Effect of early-life nutritional stress on 11-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 expression in the anterior pituitary and liver of chickens, Gallus gallus. Seong W. Kang, Wayne J. Kuenzel.

     

  • T58B. Role of the embryo in hormone-mediated maternal effects.Neeraj Kumar, Martijn van Faassen, Ido Kema, Hjalmar Permentier, Manfred Gahr, Ton G.G. Groothuis