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Circulatory changes during experimental diving in the turtle.
WHITE, FRED N., AND GORDON Ross. Circulatory changes during experimental diving in the turtle. Am. J. Physiol. 2 I I ( I) : I 518. I g66.-Blood flow (electromagnetic flowmeters) and pressures in… Expand
Physiological thermoregulation in turtles.
WEATHERS, WESLEY W., AND FRED N. WHITE. Physiological thermoregulafion in turtles. Am. J. Physiol. 22 l(3) : 704-7 10. 17 I. .The physiological capacity of turtles for altering rates of heat exchange… Expand
Redistribution of Cardiac Output in the Diving Alligator
- F. White
- 29 August 1969
Functional anatomy of the heart of reptiles.
- F. White
- Medicine, Biology
- American zoologist
- 1 May 1968
Intravascular pressures, distributions of blood oxygen, dye-dilution curves, cineradiography, and electromagnetic flowmeters in major vessels suggest a highly directional flow oE systemic and… Expand
Temperature and the Galapagos marine iguana--insights into reptilian thermoregulation.
- F. White
- Biology, Medicine
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology. A…
- 1 June 1973
Abstract 1. 1. Marine iguanas regulate core temperature under increasing thermal loads. Regulation correlates with behavior. 2. 2. Elevated basking (EB) is initiated within a narrow range of body… Expand
Cardiorespiratory effects of temperature in the turtle, Pseudemys floridana.
Weight specific VO2 of resting Pseudemys floridana at body temperatures (BT) between 12 to 38 C was studied in relationship to VE, VT, f, pulmonary and systemic blood flow, and blood PO2, PCO2, pH… Expand
Redistribution of cardiac output in response to heating in Iguana iguana
Abstract 1. 1. In Iguana iguana and Tupinambis nigropunctatus heating resulted in lower arterial-venous oxygen differences than were seen in controls at a similar temperature. Oxygen pulse values… Expand
Pulmonary gas exchange during intermittent ventilation in the American alligator.
The present study characterized pulmonary gas exchange in the American alligator, Alligator mississipiensis during ventilation and apnea at a body temperature (Tb) of 25 degrees C. Pulmonary gas… Expand