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What is thermal acclimation
Abstract Several recent contributions to this Journal have reflected on the current usage and understanding of the term acclimation [Bowler, 2005. Acclimation, heat shock and hardening. J. Therm.Expand
Thermal behaviour of crustaceans
Specific thermoreceptors or putative multimodal thermoreceptors are not known in Crustacea. However, behavioural studies on thermal avoidance and preference and on the effects of temperature on motorExpand
Changes in the aggressiveness of mice resulting from selective breeding, learning and social isolation.
LAGERSPETZ, K. M. J. & LAGERSPETZ, K. Y. H. Changes in the aggressiveness of mice resulting from selective breeding, learning and social isolation. Scand. J. Psychol. 1971, 12, 241–248.–SelectiveExpand
THE EFFECT OF CASTRATION AND PERORAL ESTROGEN THERAPY ON SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS
Psychological tests were conducted on menopausal women ovariectomized women and women receiving estrogen replacement therapy. There were no differences in cognitive and attention variables betweenExpand
Postnatal development of thermoregulation in laboratory mice
  • K. Lagerspetz
  • Biology
  • Helgoländer wissenschaftliche…
  • 1 December 1966
KurzfassungLaboratoriumsmäuse sind bis zum 7. Tag nach der Geburt beinahe völlig poikilotherm. Diese Periode ist durch starke Kälteresistenz, beträchtliches relatives Gewicht und hoheExpand
Variation in heat tolerance in individual Asellus aquaticus during thermal acclimation
Abstract 1. 1.|The thermal tolerance of adult Asellus aquaticus was determined during acclimation from 10 to 20°C and 20 to 10°C. 2. 2.|Thermal tolerance was established by imposing a temperatureExpand
Genetically determined resistance to infection with group B arboviruses. I. Distribution of the resistance gene among various mouse populations and characteristics of gene expression in vivo.
Resistance to group B arbovirus infection is inherited in mice as a dominant, autosomal allele. The BRVR, PRI, and C3H/RV inbred strains of mice are homozygous for this resistance. In the presentExpand
Temperature acclimation of the functional parameters of the giant nerve fibres in Lumbricus terrestris L. I. Conduction velocity and the duration of the rising and falling phase of action potential.
1. Temperature dependence of the conduction velocity and the duration of the rising and falling phase of action potential was studied in the median and lateral giant fibres of the nerve cord ofExpand
Neurochemical and endocrinological studies of mice selectively bred for aggressiveness.
Lagerspetz, K. Y. H., Tirri, R. & Lagerspetz, K. M. J. Neurochemical and endocrinological studies of mice selectively bred for aggressiveness. Scand.J. Psychol., 1968, g, 157–160.—SeveralExpand
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