The course will focus primarilzy on physiology of the heart and skeletal muscles. The main goal of the School is to introduce participants to modern experimental methods for studying marine species. The participants will work in groups of 2-3 people and will conduct seven practical tasks, such as intracellular recordings of action potentials in the fish heart, calcium imaging of cardiomyocytes with the aid of laser scanning confocal microscope, mapping of myocardium of fish, recording of electrocardiogram (ECG) of fish in vivo etc. Our leading experts in the field of comparative physiology will introduce participants to various aspects of this discipline through a series of lectures.. Total number of the School participants is limited to twelve, from Russia and abroad. Courses will be delivered in English. Please send your applications to [email protected] The application deadline is April 27, 2012.. Detailed description: http://en.wsbs-msu.ru/doc/index.php?ID=124 ...
On December 21 2003, Bob Boutilier died peacefully in the intensive care ward of Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, having fought a hard four month long battle with great courage and dignity.. Bob became the fifth Editor in Chief of The Journal of Experimental Biology in 1994. He took over from Charlie Ellington, who continues to serve the journal on the editorial board. It was a difficult time to lead a classical comparative physiology journal. Comparative physiology was overshadowed by the enormous successes made by the molecular branch of the biological sciences. It was difficult to obtain grants and to attract bright young people into the fields typically covered by the journal.. However, Bob was an unshakeable believer in the importance and the value of comparative physiology for the future of life sciences. He answered this challenge by expanding the number of editors - carefully choosing active scientists who, while rooted in the classical areas of comparative physiology, also recognized ...
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INTRODUCTION. The primary function of schools is to impart enough facts to make children stop asking questions. Some, with whom the schools do not succeed, become scientists Schmidt-Nielsen (1998). The discipline that we know today as comparative animal physiology has its beginnings in the forties, when a group of physiologists started to ask questions related to whole animals and their physiological capacities related with their environment (Schmidt Nielsen 1998, Wilmer et al. 2000, Hicks 2002). The mode of action of comparative physiology was declared by Krogh (1929): for a number of problems there will be some animal of choice, or a few such animals, on which it can be most conveniently studied. This principle has informed and guided investigations in comparative physiology during the last century. Formerly, (and still in many applied field such a biomedical research) animal physiology was relevant only when related with human physiology, and since humans are not available to most of the ...
Jastroch, Martin and Withers, Kerry and Stoehr, Sigrid and Klingenspor, Martin (2009) Mitochondrial proton conductance in skeletal muscle of a cold-exposed marsupial, Antechinus flavipes, is unlikely to be involved in adaptive non-shivering thermogenesis but displays increased sensitivity towards carbon-centered radicals. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 82 (5). pp. 447-454. ISSN 1552-2152 ...
This review examined several models of leptin resistance and the role of leptin resistance in the susceptibility to dietary obesity. Only some of the leptin-resistance models (leptin antagonist blockade and aged obese rats) exhibit heightened weight and adiposity gain on a chow diet, while all models discussed demonstrate obesity in the presence of an HF diet. Thus, the leptin resistance appears to be reinforcing "reward eating" beyond caloric energy requirements. Overconsumption of palatable food could be mediated by activation of reward circuitry involving opioids and dopamine or an impairment in a pathway (or pathways) mediating satiation of the palatable diet (16).. Whereas the hypothalamus, in particular, the arcuate nucleus, has been identified as important in regulating the caloric requirements, other regions in the hypothalamus, such as lateral hypothalamus and extrahypothalamus areas including the amygdale, prefrontal cortex, nuclear accumbens, and ventral tegmental area (VTA), are ...
Fig. 5. Worked example of Felsensteins phylogenetically independent contrasts (IC; Felsenstein, 1985). For the upper tree: letters at tips (terminal nodes) are names of five species (A-E); numbers at tips are hypothetical data for two phenotypic traits (e.g. body mass, bill length); numbers adjacent to branches indicate lengths in units of expected variance of character evolution (which would be proportional to divergence times under a simple Brownian motion model of character evolution; see Fig. 2 and text); names for internal nodes are in italics. For the bottom tree: broken lines and numbers indicate amounts by which internal branches are lengthened during calculations. The goal of the IC algorithm is to use phylogenetic information to transform the N original, non-independent species values into N-1 independent and identically distributed contrasts. These values can then be used in conventional statistical procedures, with the constraint that all calculations (e.g. correlation, regression) ...
blood pressure is typically reduced for ∼2 h after a single bout of dynamic exercise in sedentary and endurance-trained humans (20, 31, 34). In general, this postexercise hypotension is characterized by a sustained increase in systemic vascular conductance that is not completely offset by ongoing elevations in cardiac output (20). Both sedentary and endurance-trained women and sedentary men follow this typical pattern of hemodynamics, but endurance-trained men exhibit postexercise hypotension with a different hemodynamic pattern characterized by reductions in cardiac output (44).. Several mechanisms appear to underlie the sustained peripheral vasodilation following exercise. Halliwill et al. (23) demonstrated the baroreflex is reset to defend a lower pressure following exercise; thus, sympathetic vasoconstrictor outflow is reduced postexercise in humans (23). In addition to this reduction in sympathetic nerve activity, there is reduced vascular responsiveness to a given level of sympathetic ...
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Gordon Gunter (August 18, 1909 - December 19, 1998) was an American marine biologist and fisheries scientist. He is noted for his pioneering study of fisheries in the northern Gulf of Mexico, a topic to which he devoted his entire professional life over a career spanning 60 years. His own research and that of the scientists under his direction, established an understanding of the ecology, comparative physiology of the plant and animal life, and commercial fisheries of the region, and he coined the phrase "fertile fisheries crescent" to refer to Mississippi Sound and adjacent waters along the United States Gulf Coast. He also pioneered the study of the comparative physiology of shellfish and fish. Gordon Pennington Gunter was born in Goldonna, Louisiana, on August 18, 1909. Arriving at Louisiana State Normal College in Natchitoches, Louisiana, with plans to study to become a lawyer or a French scholar, he instead took a strong interest in biology as soon as he took his first college course in the ...
Boulton, A C and Cooke, J and Wathes, D C (2012) Management of replacement heifers. Veterinary Times, 42. pp. 16-17. Caunt, C J and Perett, R M and Fowkes, R C and McArdle, CA (2012) Mechanisms of GnRH-Induced Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinase Nuclear Localization. PLoS One, 7 (7). Chahal, H S and Trivellin, G and Leontiou, C A and Alband, N and Fowkes, R C and Tahir, A and Igreja, S C and Chapple, J P and Jordan, S and Lupp, A and Schulz, S and Ansorge, O and Karavitaki, N and Carlsen, E and Wass, J A H and Grossman, A B and Korbonits, M (2012) Somatostatin Analogs Modulate AIP in Somatotroph Adenomas: The Role of the ZAC1 Pathway. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 97 (8). E1411-E1420. Clempson, A M and Pollott, G E and Brickell, J S and Wathes, D C (2012) Associations Between Bovine IGFBP2 Polymorphisms with Fertility, Milk Production, and Metabolic Status in UK Dairy Cows. Animal Biotechnology, 23 (2). pp. 101-113. Fouladi-Nashta, A A and Ghafari, F and Marei, W F A (2012) ...
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Philip Skell responds: My essay about Darwinism and modern experimental biology has stirred up a lively discussion, but the responses still provide no evidence that evolutionary theory is the cornerstone of experimental biology. Comparative physiology and comparative genomics have certainly been fruitful, but comparative biology originated before Darwin and owes nothing to his theory. Before the publication of The Origin of Species in 1859, comparative biology focused mainly on morphology, because physiology and biochemistry were in their infancy and genomics lay in the future; but the extension of a comparative approach to these sub-disciplines depended on the development of new methodologies and instruments, not on evolutionary theory and immersion in historical biology ...
Physiologist needed to teach Human Physiology, Comparative Physiology, and possibly advanced specialty course or anatomy laboratory sections for the 2002-2003 academic year. Ph.D. preferred. Send CV and cover letter telling of your interest in teaching and the physiology specialty course you might teach to: Nancy P. Nekvasil, Ph.D., Department of Biology, Saint Marys College, Notre Dame, IN 46556. You may also e-mail this information to nekvasil at saintmarys.edu or fax it to (574) 284-4716, Attn: Nancy Nekvasil. Apply by: April 15, 2002 Saint Marys College is a Catholic liberal arts institution committed to the education of women ...
Michael Ryan asked me to distribute this: -------------------------------------- SYMPOSIUM ON PALAEOPHYSIOLOGY As part of the Fifth International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, the host committee will be convening a special one day symposium on palaeophysiology. This symposium of invited speakers will pair some of the worlds leading palaeontologists and physiologists to compare and contrast their perspectives on some of the more interesting issues in palaeophysiology. The symposium will end with a round table discussion involving all of the participants, and encouraging audience interaction. Topics to be discussed include: 1. Bone histology & inferences about palaeophysiology 2. Cardiovascular physiology 3. Feathered dinosaurs: implications for physiology and palaeoecology 4. Phylogeny and physiology: reconstruction of soft tissues and physiology for fossil taxa 5. Palaeophysiology: future directions and challenges Confirmed speakers include: Dr. Harold Bryant Dr. Philip ...
College of Arts and Sciences Biology Dr. Gregory A. Ahearn, with graduate student O. Scheffler, published "Functional characterization of a novel disaccharide transporter in lobster hepatopancreas" in the Journal of Comparative Physiology B.. Dr. Dale Casamatta, with colleagues A. Suradkar, C. Villanueva, L. Gaysina, A. Saraf, G. Dighe, R. Atnaprabha and P. Singh, published "Nostoc caldarius sp. nov.: a soil dwelling species of Nostoc(Cyanobacteria) isolated from Madhya Pradesh, India" in the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, December.. Dr. Judith D. Ochrietor and students Randall Maniccia, Kyle Russell, Kyle McBride and Josephine M. Brown presented the poster "Basigin gene products may contribute to the immunological aspects of diabetic retinopathy" at the 50th Miami Winter Symposium "Diabetes: Todays Research - Tomorrows Therapies" in January.. Dr. Vladimir Mashanov presented "Organ Regeneration in Adult Echinoderms" at the Jacksonville University Marine ...
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Curriculum vitae. Ciencia vitae. Research Interests. The main research interests are the comparative physiology and endocrinology of fishes, in particular chemosensory biology in relation to reproduction and behaviour, sex determination and puberty, osmoregulatory systems and adaptation to extreme and special environments. Research in Antarctica focuses on physiological and transcriptomic adjustments to global change, in particular osmoregulation and temperature adaptation.. Teaching. Cell Biology, theoretical and practical classes, 1st year students of Biology and Marine Biology; Reproductive Biology, theoretical and practical classes, MSc Aquaculture and Fisheries.. Editorial activity. Associate editor of General and Comparative Endocrinology, Gene and Heliyon (all from Elsevier), Fishes (MDPI) and Fisheries and Aquaculture (keaipublishing). ...
Curriculum vitae. Ciencia vitae. Research Interests. The main research interests are the comparative physiology and endocrinology of fishes, in particular chemosensory biology in relation to reproduction and behaviour, sex determination and puberty, osmoregulatory systems and adaptation to extreme and special environments. Research in Antarctica focuses on physiological and transcriptomic adjustments to global change, in particular osmoregulation and temperature adaptation.. Teaching. Cell Biology, theoretical and practical classes, 1st year students of Biology and Marine Biology; Reproductive Biology, theoretical and practical classes, MSc Aquaculture and Fisheries.. Editorial activity. Associate editor of General and Comparative Endocrinology, Gene and Heliyon (all from Elsevier), Fishes (MDPI) and Fisheries and Aquaculture (keaipublishing). ...
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Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2018). Effects of ipsilateral and contralateral fatigue and muscle blood flow occlusion on the complexity of knee-extensor torque output in humans. Experimental Physiology. 103 (7), 956-967 PETHICK, J., WINTER, SL. and BURNLEY, M., (2018). Caffeine Ingestion Attenuates Fatigue-induced Loss of Muscle Torque Complexity. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 50 (2), 236-245 Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2016). Loss of knee extensor torque complexity during fatiguing isometric muscle contractions occurs exclusively above the critical torque. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 310 (11), R1144-R1153 Pethick, J., Winter, SL. and Burnley, M., (2015). Fatigue reduces the complexity of knee extensor torque fluctuations during maximal and submaximal intermittent isometric contractions in man. The Journal of Physiology. 593 (8), 2085-2096 ...
Kim B, Lee HJ, Keisuke Kawata, Park JY, Exercise-mediated wall shear stress increases mitochondrial biogenesis in vascular endothelium, PLoS One, 2014 Nov, 6;9(11):e111409.. Forrester S, Kawata K, Lee HJ, Kim JS, Sebzda K, Yingling VR, Park JY, Bioinformatic Identification of CTGF as an Osteogenic Protein within Skeletal Muscle, Physiology Reports, 2014 (In Print). Wang PY, Ma W, Park JY, Celi FS, Arena R, Choi JW, Ali QA, Tripodi DJ, Zhuang J, Lago CU, Strong LC, Talagala SL, Balaban RS, Kang JG, Hwang PM, Increase in Oxidative Metabolism Li-Fraumeni Syndrome, New England Journal of Medicine, 2013 Mar, 368(11):1027-1032.. Kim B, Kim JS, Yoon YS, Santiago M, Brown MD, Park JY, Inhibition of Drp1-Dependent Mitochondrial Division Impairs Myogenic Differentiation, American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 2013 Oct, 305(8):R927-938.. Brown MD, Feairheller DL, Thakkar S, Veerabhadrappa P, Park JY, Racial differences in tumor necrosis factor-α-induced ...
1) Posner M, Kiss AJ, Skiba J, Drossman A, Dolinska MB, et al. (2012) Functional Validation of Hydrophobic Adaptation to Physiological Temperature in the Small Heat Shock Protein αA-crystallin. PLoS ONE 7(3): e34438. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0034438 2) Kiss, A.J., Muir, T.J., Lee R.E. and Costanzo, J. (2011). Seasonal Variation in the Hepatoproteome of the Dehydration and Freeze-tolerant Wood Frog Rana sylvatica. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 12(12), 8406-8414 OPEN ACCESS 3) Philip, B.N., Kiss, A.J. and Lee, R.E. (2011). The protective role of aquaporins in the freeze-tolerant insect Eurosta solidaginis: Functional characterization and tissue abundance of EsAQP1. J. Exp. Biol. 214: 848-857. http://dx.doi.org/10.1242/jeb.051276 4) Kiss, A.J., DeVries, A.L. and Morgan-Kiss, R.M (2010). Comparative Analysis of Crystallins and Lipids from the Lens of Antarctic Toothfish and Cow. Journal of Comparative Physiology B Oct;180(7):1019-32. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00360-010-0475-9 5) ...
2) Kiss, A.J., Muir, T.J., Lee R.E. and Costanzo, J. (2011). Seasonal Variation in the Hepatoproteome of the Dehydration and Freeze-tolerant Wood Frog Rana sylvatica. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 12(12), 8406-8414 OPEN ACCESS 3) Philip, B.N., Kiss, A.J. and Lee, R.E. (2011). The protective role of aquaporins in the freeze-tolerant insect Eurosta solidaginis: Functional characterization and tissue abundance of EsAQP1. J. Exp. Biol. 214: 848-857. http://dx.doi.org/10.1242/jeb.051276 4) Kiss, A.J., DeVries, A.L. and Morgan-Kiss, R.M (2010). Comparative Analysis of Crystallins and Lipids from the Lens of Antarctic Toothfish and Cow. Journal of Comparative Physiology B Oct;180(7):1019-32. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00360-010-0475-9 5) Mirarefi, A.Y., Boutet, S., Ramakrishnan, S., Kiss, A.J., Cheng, C-H. C., DeVries, A.L., Robinson, I.K. and Zukoski, C.F. (2010). Small Angle X-ray Scattering Studies of the Intact Eye Lens: Effect of Crystallin Composition and Concentration on ...
Starke-Peterkovic, T., Turner, N., Else, P. & Clarke, R. (2005). Electrical field strength of membrane lipids from vertebrate species: membrane lipid composition and Na+-K+-ATPase molecular activity. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 288 R663-R670.. ...
Michael Dickinson received a Ph. D. in the Dept. of Zoology at UW in 1989. His dissertation project focused on the physiology of sensory cells on the wings of flies. It was this study of wing sensors that led to an interest in insect aerodynamics and flight control circuitry. He worked briefly at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, Germany, and served as an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Anatomy at the University of Chicago in 1991. He moved to the University of California, Berkeley in 1996 and was appointed as the Williams Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology in 2000. From 2002 to 2010, he was the Esther and Abe Zarem Professor of Bioengineering at the California Institute of Technology. He currently holds the Benjamin Hall Endowed Chair in Basic Life Sciences at UW. Dickinsons awards include the Larry Sandler Award from the Genetics Society of America, the Bartholemew Award for Comparative Physiology from the American Society of Zoologists, a ...
Urbina, M. A., P. M. Schulte, J. S. Bystriansky, and C. N. Glover. 2013. Differential expression of Na+, K+-ATPase alpha-1 isoforms during seawater acclimation in the amphidromous galaxiid fish Galaxias maculatus. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 183:345-357 ...
Urbina, M. A., P. M. Schulte, J. S. Bystriansky, and C. N. Glover. 2013. Differential expression of Na+, K+-ATPase alpha-1 isoforms during seawater acclimation in the amphidromous galaxiid fish Galaxias maculatus. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 183:345-357 ...
A new study reports that chronic exposure to arsenic interferes with insulin secretion in the pancreas, which may increase the risk of diabetes. The paper, published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, was chosen as an APSselect article for January. Arsenic is an element that occurs […]
Glazier, J. D., Atkinson, D. E., Thornburg, K. L., Sharpe, P. T., Edwards, D., Boyd, R. D. H. & Sibley, C. P., Jan 1 1992, In : American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 263, 4 32-4, p. R930-R935. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
Mellish J-A, Hindle A, Skinner J, Horning M. Heat loss in air of an Antarctic marine mammal, the Weddell seal. Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 2015 ;185(1):143-152. ...
New study offers possible explanation for the association between sleep problems and obesity. Findings published in the American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology
Dobler, K.-G. Heller & O. von Helversen (1994) Song pattern recognition and an auditory time window in the female bushcricket Ancistrura nigrovittata (Orthoptera: Phaneropteridae), Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology (Jour. Comp. Physiol. A. Sens. Neural & Behav. Physiol.) 175(1):67-74 ...
Journal article Seasonal changes in glycogen content and Na-K-ATPase activity in the brain of the crucian carp, by Vesa Paajanen and Matti Vornanen, found in the APS Journal of Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology.
Augustyniak, R. A., Singh, K., Zeldes, D., Singh, M. & Rossi, N. F. (2010). Maternal protein restriction leads to hyperresponsiveness to stress and salt-sensitive hypertension in male offspring. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative, and comparative physiology 298(5), 1377-1382. ...
F. Manfredini, Brown, M. J. F., and Toth, A. L., "Candidate genes for cooperation and aggression in the social wasp Polistes dominula", Journal of Comparative Physiology A, pp. 1-15, 2018. ...
Kirsten Deane-Coe, Assistant Professor of Biology for St. Marys College of Maryland, was awarded $130,079 by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Dimensions of Biodiversity Program. She will be working with collaborators to investigate the drivers of diversity in an ecologically important clade of dryland mosses.. Syntrichia is a large and diverse genus of mosses occurring worldwide and generally in dryland habitats. Despite its dominance in certain communities such as biological soil crusts, surprisingly little is known about the drivers of biodiversity in this clade according to the grant proposal.. Deane-Coe is a physiological ecologist and has spent much of her career studying dryland mosses. She explained that mosses are the second most diverse group of land plants next to angiosperms (flowering plants), and they play important ecological roles in terrestrial ecosystems.. "My role on the grant is to lead research that helps us gain insight into the comparative physiology of these dryland ...
Dr. Lutterschmidt studies ecology, evolution, comparative physiology, temperature, and behavioral endocrinology at Sam Houston State University.
Released November 28, 2017 - Regular exercise may protect smokers from some of the negative effects associated with smoking, such as muscle loss and inflammation, according to a new study. The article is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology.
Researchers say the discovery of how sodium ions pass through the gill of a zebrafish may be a clue to understanding a key function in the human kidney. The findings from a collaboration between Mayo Clinic and the Tokyo Institute of Technology appear in the online issue of the American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology.
This organization was created during the 27th ESCPB (European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry) meeting in 2010 in Alessandria, Italy. A group of researchers interested in the use of bivalves as a research
Free flashcards to help memorize facts about Comparative Physiology USD Fall 2018 Dr. Kenneth Renner. Other activities to help include hangman, crossword, word scramble, games, matching, quizes, and tests.
74. 2017: Worster, S., Mouritsen, H., Hore, P. J. (2017) A light-dependent magnetoreception mechanism insensitive to light intensity and polarization. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, in press. 73. 2017: Hiscock, H. G., Mouritsen, H., Manolopoulos, D. E., Hore, P. J. (2017) Disruption of magnetic compass orientation in migratory birds by radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. Biophysical Journal, in press. 72. 2017: Chernetsov, N., Pakhomov, A., Kobylkov, D., Kishkinev, D., Holland, R.A., Mouritsen, H. (2017) Migratory Eurasian reed warblers can use magnetic declination to solve the longitude problem. Current Biology 27, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2017.07.024 71. 2017: Heyers, D., Elbers, D., Bulte, M., Bairlein, F., Mouritsen, H. (2017) The magnetic map sense and its use in fine-tuning the migration programme of birds. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, doi: 10.1007/s00359-017-1164-x. 70. 2017: Elbers, D., Bulte, M., Bairlein, F., Mouritsen, H., Heyers, D. (2017) Magnetic activation in ...
There is much controversy about the optimal bloodgas management of hypothermic patients, whether the hypothermia is caused by accidents or induced before operations. The surgeons and anestesiologists have acquired more clinical experience the last years when operating patients in hypothermia. The comparative physiology has given increased information about the blood gas strategy of heterothermic endotherms and poikilothermic ectotherms during lowering of their core temperature. There are two types of strategies which have been used in clinical medicine the last years in the blood gas management of patients in hypothermia: pH-stat method and alpha-stat method. In the pH-stat method, the arterial carbon dioxide tension (pCO2(a)) is maintained at 5.3 kPa (40 mmHg) and the pH is maintained at 7.40 when measured at the actual temperature. It is then necessary to add CO2 to the inspired gas. In the alpha-method, the arterial carbon dioxide tension and the pH are maintained at 5.3 kPa and 7.40 when ...
Cronin TW, Marshall NJ, Caldwell RL. Photoreceptor spectral diversity in the retinas of squilloid and lysiosquilloid stomatopod crustaceans. Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 1993;172:339-50. ...
The Wellcome Institute of Comparative Physiology was officially opened in 1964 (although births were recorded there in 1963) at London Zoo and was later merged with the Nuffield Institute to form the Institute of Zooloogy ...
A new study published in the American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, revealed that beetroot juice lowers blood. Read more ...
Patterned synaptic drive to locust flight motoneurons after hemisection of thoracic ganglia. Journal of comparative physiology, Vol. 163. S. 761-769 ...
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