Relationships among running performance, aerobic physiology and organ mass in male Mongolian gerbils.

@article{Chappell2007RelationshipsAR,
  title={Relationships among running performance, aerobic physiology and organ mass in male Mongolian gerbils.},
  author={Mark A Chappell and Theodore Garland and Geoff F Robertson and Wendy Saltzman},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={210 Pt 23},
  pages={4179-97}
}
Relationships among individual variation in exercise capacity, resting metabolism and morphology may offer insights into the mechanistic basis of whole-animal performance, including possible performance trade-offs (e.g. burst versus sustainable exercise, resting ;maintenance' costs versus maximal power output). Although there have been several studies of correlations between performance, metabolism and morphology in fish, birds and squamate reptiles, relatively little work has been done with… CONTINUE READING

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