Maximal Aerobic Metabolism of Mice During Swimming 1

@article{Glaser1972MaximalAM,
  title={Maximal Aerobic Metabolism of Mice During Swimming 1},
  author={Roger M. Glaser and P. M. Gross and Harold S. Weiss},
  journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={1972},
  volume={140},
  pages={230 - 233}
}
Summary Using swimming stress to evaluate the effects of experimental conditions, the maximal oxygen consumption seems to be a preferable measurement to swim time to exhaustion. Mice swimming to exhaustion with 7% weight load in 36° water exhibited similar Vo2max values for their first and second exposures. However, swim time more than doubled for the second exposure. Almost no correlation existed between Vo2max and swim time. This suggests that swim time is dependent on several factors, both… Expand
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