Mechanisms of adaptation to physical exertion and effect of CO2 excess on their formation

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Male albino rats weighing 180 g were compelled to swim in aquaria carrying a load equal to 7.5% of their body weight, in water at a temperature of 32~ daily 6 times a week for 3 months. During the introductory week the animals swam without a load, and under these circumstances the duration of their stay in the water was increased daily from 5 to 30 min… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00839585

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@article{Khitrov2004MechanismsOA, title={Mechanisms of adaptation to physical exertion and effect of CO2 excess on their formation}, author={N. K. Khitrov and A. V. Toloknov and T. D. Bol'shakova and K. B. Vinnitskaya and V. A. Panteleimonov}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={101}, pages={722-725} }