2 edition of Certain physiological and pharmacological effects of radiation on rabbits found in the catalog.
Certain physiological and pharmacological effects of radiation on rabbits
Edwin Gan Wagelie
Written in English
|Statement||by Edwin Gan Wagelie.|
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|Pagination||191 leaves, bound :|
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This is due to the very quick de novo synthesis of the target enzyme in peripheral Size: KB. To investigate the nature of effects of α-MSH and ACTH on body temperature, these peptides were administered to rabbits in cold and hot environments.
Hypothermias produced by α-MSH and ACTH were enhanced when given in the cold, but the high dose of the peptides did not alter rectal temperatures of animals exposed to heat. Temperature Regulation Recent Physiological and Pharmacological Advances.
Editors: Milton, A.S. (Ed Effects of Solar Radiation and Feed Quality on Heart Rate and Heat Balance Parameters in Cattle. Temperature Regulation Book Subtitle Recent Physiological and Pharmacological Advances Editors. Thermoregulation is the ability of an organism to keep its body temperature within certain boundaries, even when the surrounding temperature is very different.
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