Aerobic response to exercise of the fastest land crab.

@article{Full1983AerobicRT,
  title={Aerobic response to exercise of the fastest land crab.},
  author={R. Full and C. F. Herreid},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={244 4},
  pages={
          R530-6
        }
}
To view the aerobic response to exercise, the ghost crab Ocypode guadichaudii was run in a treadmill respirometer at three velocities (0.13, 0.19, and 0.28 km/h) while oxygen consumption (VO2) was monitored. A steady-state VO2 that increased linearly with velocity was attained. VO2 transient periods at the beginning and end of exercise were extremely rapid with half times from 50 to 150 s. The magnitude of oxygen deficit and debt were small and both showed increases with an increase in velocity… Expand
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