• Publications
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Animal Behavior and Internal Drives
  • C. P. Richter
  • Biology
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 September 1927
TLDR
It is believed that spontaneous activity arises from certain underlying physiological origins within the animal organism, and from studies chiefly on the white rat what some of these origins are, and how they fit into the general biological picture of the animal's life are shown. Expand
On the Phenomenon of Sudden Death in Animals and Man
TLDR
In this instance as in many others, the ideas of Walter Cannon opened up a new area of interesting, exciting research. Expand
Increased salt appetite in adrenalectomized rats.
Adrenalectomized rats are known to have a defmitely increased salt need, inasmuch as the administration of large quantities of salt either greatly reduces or eliminates the symptoms of insufficiency,Expand
Sleep and activity: their relation to the 24-hour clock.
  • C. P. Richter
  • Medicine
  • Research publications - Association for Research…
  • 1967
A GREAT CRAVING FOR SALT BY A CHILD WITH CORTICO-ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY
TLDR
Results of experiments on rats using the self-selection technic indicate that a very close relationship exists between appetite and nutritional needs of minerals and vitamins, as well as of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. Expand
INCREASED SODIUM CHLORIDE AND WATER INTAKE OF NORMAL RATS TREATED WITH DESOXYCORTICOSTERONE ACETATE1
IN previous self-selection experiments it was found that adrenalectomized rats showed a greatly increased appetite for sodium chloride and that when given access to salt separately from their foodExpand
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