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Natural mammalian hibernation a bibliography. by William V Mayer

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Published by Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory, Aerospace Medical Division, Air Force Systems Command in Fort Wainwright, Alaska .
Written in English


  • Hibernation -- Bibliography,
  • Mammals -- Bibliography

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LC ClassificationsZ7991 M3
The Physical Object
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17228981M

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Mammalian hibernation is an amazing strategy for winter survival. Animals sink into a deep torpor where metabolic rate is Cited by:   Get this from a library! Mammalian hibernation; proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Natural Hibernation held at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, September , , in connection with the formal opening of the Ramsay Wright Zoological Laboratories;. [Kenneth C Fisher; University of Toronto.;]. Strategies in Cold: Natural Torpidity and Thermogenesis is a collection of review papers presented at the Fifth International Symposium on Mammalian Hibernation, held at Jasper Park Lodge, Alberta, Canada on October , Natural Hypothermic Preservation: The Mammalian Hibernator Kenneth B. Storey Institute of Biochemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Carleton University, Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6 Abstract Hibernators offer natural models of mammalian organ systems that can withstand long term hypothermia and ischemia.

The book explores the physiology and morphology of reproduction and development; water metabolism; and hibernation. This volume is organized into three chapters and begins with a discussion of aspects of reproduction and embryology that are purely mammalian, emphasizing the mammalian reproductive organs and the evolutionary trends in such organs. hibernation in mammals Matthew T. Andrews Summary Mammalian hibernation is characterized by profound reductions in metabolism, oxygen consumption and heart rate. As a result, the animal enters a state of suspended animation where core body temperatures can plummet as low as C. Not only can hibernating mammals survive these physiological. Natural hypometabolism during hibernation and daily torpor in mammals Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology (3) September with Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

Natural selection in mammalian hibernators should thus have favored the evolution of dietary preferences that maximize hibernation ability while simultaneously minimizing the degree of lipid. examination, and this book will serve to en-courage this. Professor Stallworthy in his foreword says that "every gynaecologist should read and re-read this book." So they should, and so should everyone else who works in the fields of carcinoma of the cervix and of cancer in general. T. N. A. JEFFCOATE. Symptomatic Haemo-lytic Anaemia The. This nonfiction book explores the topic of hibernation by introducing kids to various animals. The bright and clear photographs show these animals as they prepare for winter and sleep in their habitats. The animals are clearly labeled and the fairly simple text is full of information. The book also contains a glossary of vocabulary words, which. Wang LCH () Energetics and field aspects of mammalian torpor: the Richardson’s ground squirrel. In: Wang LCH, Hudson JW (eds) Strategies in cold: natural torpidity and thermogenesis. Academic Press, London New York, pp – Google Scholar.