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Avian incubation.
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Circulatory changes during experimental diving in the turtle.
  • F. White, G. Ross
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 1 July 1966
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 inExpand
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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 exchangeExpand
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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 andExpand
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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 bodyExpand
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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, pHExpand
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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 valuesExpand
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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 gasExpand
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Circulation in the reptilian heart (Squamata)
  • F. White
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1 October 1959
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