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CRITICAL THERMAL MAXIMA IN TURTLES
The term "critical thermal maximum (CTM )" introduced by Cowles and Bogert (1944) is now well established in the literature. The CTM was originally defined as "the thermal point at which locomotory…
Metabolism, energetics, and thermoregulation during brooding of snakes of the genus Python (Reptilia, Boidae)
Homing, Survivorship, and Overwintering of Larvae in Spotted Salamanders, Ambystoma maculatum
The structure and carbohydrate histochemistry of mammalian salivary glands, and the properties of three proteinases from Agkistrodon halys blomhoffii venom, are studied.
Thermal relations, water loss and oxygen consumption of a North American tarantula
Thermoregulation in a Brooding Female Indian Python, Python molurus bivittatus
At varying environmental temperatures, measurements of body temperatures and gas exchange of a female Indian python show that during the brooding period this animal can regulate its body temperature by physiological means analogous to those in endotherms.
In vivo metabolism of chloroform in B6C3F1 mice determined by the method of gas uptake: the effects of body temperature on tissue partition coefficients and metabolism.
A physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PB-PK) model was developed to describe the effects of decreased body temperature on the analysis of metabolic data and incorporated significant deviations from a generally used model structure to account for shortcomings of the model's ability to adequately analyze a gas uptake data set.
The Effects of Temperature on the Growth and Development of Embryos of the Indian Python, Python molurus (Reptilia: Serpentes: Boidae)
- A. Vinegar
- 5 March 1973
Acute and subchronic inhalation studies on trifluoroiodomethane vapor in Fischer 344 rats.
- D. Dodd, E. Kinkead, R. Wolfe, H. F. Leahy, J. English, A. Vinegar
- Medicine, BiologyFundamental and applied toxicology : official…
Serum chemistry alterations observed in rats of all CF3I exposure groups included decreases in T3 and increases in thyroglobulin, rT3, T4, and TSH; decreases were observed in the thymus and testes; and Hematologic alterations were minimal and considered insignificant.
Dynamic mechanisms determine functional residual capacity in mice, Mus musculus.
- A. Vinegar, E. Sinnett, D. Leith
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of applied physiology: respiratory…
- 1 May 1979
In anesthetized mice, the absence of braking, coupled with reductions in tidal volume and frequency and a prolonged expiratory period, leads to FRCs that approach relaxation volume (Vr).
The pathogenesis of experimental pulmonary histoplasmosis. Correlative studies of histopathology, bronchoalveolar lavage, and respiratory function.
- R. Baughman, C. K. Kim, A. Vinegar, D. Hendricks, D. J. Schmidt, W. Bullock
- Medicine, BiologyThe American review of respiratory disease
- 1 October 1986
This murine model of acute pulmonary histoplasmosis offers promise for additional correlative studies of lymphocyte subsets in lung tissue and alveolar spaces as well as of the functions subserved by these respective populations.