Cardiorespiratory performance during prolonged swimming tests with salmonids: a perspective on temperature effects and potential analytical pitfalls.

@article{Farrell2007CardiorespiratoryPD,
  title={Cardiorespiratory performance during prolonged swimming tests with salmonids: a perspective on temperature effects and potential analytical pitfalls.},
  author={Anthony Peter Farrell},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2007},
  volume={362 1487},
  pages={2017-30}
}
A prolonged swimming trial is the most common approach in studying steady-state changes in oxygen uptake, cardiac output and tissue oxygen extraction as a function of swimming speed in salmonids. The data generated by these sorts of studies are used here to support the idea that a maximum oxygen uptake is reached during a critical swimming speed test. Maximum oxygen uptake has a temperature optimum. Potential explanations are advanced to explain why maximum aerobic performance falls off at high… CONTINUE READING

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