Lead Guest Editor
Biology of Reproduction Department, Metropolitan Autonomous University,
Mexico City, Mexico
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León-Galván Miguel A.,
Pages: 1-7 Published Online: Feb. 16, 2015
Views 3787 Downloads 134
León-Galván Miguel Ángel
Pages: 8-12 Published Online: Feb. 27, 2015
Views 3068 Downloads 91
León-Galván Miguel Angel,
Cano Espinoza José Sulim,
Guzman Ledesma Beatriz Samantha,
Guevara-Chumacero Luis Manuel,
Leyequien Abarca Lissette
Pages: 13-21 Published Online: Feb. 27, 2015
Views 3072 Downloads 106
Munguía-Pérez Alma Alicia,
Pages: 22-27 Published Online: Mar. 5, 2015
Views 3446 Downloads 92
Most of the articles that have been published on reproduction in bats had been mainly covering the reproductive ecophysiology in males and females.
Many years researchers, scholars of the bats, focused on gathering this information, because it lacked even the same.
However recently they have published many articles which purpose is to explain the physiology and biochemistry of the reproductive processes that in bats are extraordinary, because many species of bats are completely out of the report for most mammals.
The present proposal of special issue entitled "Advances in reproduction in bats" aims to bring together the physiological and biochemical studies that address many of the reproductive aspects of male and female bats that are as diverse and interesting.