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*  Arteriovenous oxygen difference
September 1991). "Cardiac output, oxygen consumption and arteriovenous oxygen difference following a sudden rise in exercise ... The a-vO2 diff and cardiac output are the main factors that allow variation in the body's total oxygen consumption, and are ... In order to do so oxygen consumption (VO2) may be measured using a spirometer to detect gaseous concentrations in exhaled air ... The bulk of the early increase in oxygen consumption after a sudden change in exercise levels results from increased cardiac ...
*  Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption
... oxygen consumption and excess post-exercise oxygen consumption in adult transgenic and ocean-ranched coho salmon". Journal of ... Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC, informally called afterburn) is a measurably increased rate of oxygen intake ... "The effect of exercise intensity and duration on the oxygen deficit and excess post-exercise oxygen consumption". European ... Post-exercise oxygen consumption replenishes the phosphagen system. New ATP is synthesized and some of this ATP donates ...
*  Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation
Oxygen Consumption of whole organisms." Biological Bulletin 1959 Michael Castagna 1977-1979 "Culture of bay scallop, Argopecten ... "Comparison of continuous records of near-bottom dissolved oxygen from the hypoxia zone along the Louisiana Coast." Estuaries ...
*  Evolution of tetrapods
Another factor is oxygen consumption. Ambient oxygen was relatively low in the early Devonian, possibly about half of modern ... Per unit volume, there is much more oxygen in air than in water, and vertebrates are active animals with a high energy ... The Devonian saw increasing oxygen levels which opened up new ecological niches by allowing groups able to exploit the ... Particularly in tropical swampland habitats, atmospheric oxygen is much more stable, and may have prompted a reliance of lungs ...
*  Physiology of underwater diving
"Cerebral blood flow and oxygen consumption". CNS Clinic. www.humanneurophysiology.com. Retrieved 25 January 2017. Campbell, ... Oxygen toxicity is managed by reducing the exposure to increased oxygen levels. Studies show that, in the long term, a robust ... If the brain used more oxygen than is available in the blood supply, the cerebral oxygen partial pressure may drop below the ... Ascent-induced hypoxia is caused by a drop in oxygen partial pressure as ambient pressure is reduced on ascent. The oxygen ...
*  Orthosternarchus tamandua
Julian, D., Crampton, W.G.R., Wohlgemuth, S.E. and Albert, J.S. (Dec 2003). "Oxygen consumption in weakly electric Neotropical ...
*  Gynaecotyla adunca
Studies on oxygen consumption in digenetic trematodes. V. The influence of temperature on three species of adult trematodes ( ...
*  List of parasites of the marsh rice rat
Studies on oxygen consumption in digenetic trematodes. V. The influence of temperature on three species of adult trematodes ( ...
*  Artificial gills (human)
"Oxygen Consumption Rate of Operational Underwater Swimmers". United States Navy Experimental Diving Unit Technical Report. NEDU ... An average diver with a fully closed-circuit rebreather needs 1.5 liters of oxygen per minute while swimming or .64 liters per ... Seawater in tropical regions with abundant plant life contains 5-8 mg of oxygen per liter of water. These calculations are ... Natural gills work because nearly all animals with gills are thermoconformers, so they need much less oxygen than a ...
*  Herman Kalckar
... involved oxygen consumption; oxygen consumption was linked to organic compound phosphorylation. His key experiment demonstrated ...
*  Cone calorimeter
Oxygen consumption calorimetry has made the measurement of heat release rate of a fire a routine part of fire testing for both ... This was substantiated in 2016 by the $50,000 DiNenno Prize, which recognized oxygen consumption calorimetry as a significant ... Others who made contributions to the early development and application of oxygen consumption calorimetry include Peter Hinkley ... Beyler, Craig (14 January 2017). "Oxygen consumption calorimetry, William Parker: 2016 DiNenno Prize". Fire Science Reviews. 61 ...
*  Red-capped manakin
ISBN 0-292-70673-1. Bucher, Theresa L.; Worthington, Andrea (May-June 1982). "Nocturnal Hypothermia and Oxygen Consumption in ...
*  Allometry
Oxygen consumption VO2 and maximum oxygen consumption VO2 max. Oxygen consumption in species that differ in body size and organ ... The rate of oxygen consumption per gram body size decreases consistently with increasing body size. (Knut Schmidt-Nielson 2004 ... Also respiration costs with respect to oxygen consumption is scaled in the order of Mb.75. This shows that mammals, regardless ... More simply, a larger whale can hold more oxygen and at the same time demand less metabolically than a smaller whale. Traveling ...
*  Swimfin
This improves efficiency and helps to minimize oxygen consumption. Short, stiff-bladed fins are effective for short bursts of ...
*  Gentoo penguin
Oxygen consumption is high for a developing Gentoo embryo. As the embryo grows and requires more oxygen, the amount of ... consumption increases exponentially until the Gentoo chick hatches. By then, the chick is consuming around 1800 mL O2 per day. ...
*  VO2 max
... (also maximal oxygen consumption, maximal oxygen uptake, peak oxygen uptake or maximal aerobic capacity) is the maximum ... oxygen, max - maximum. Maximal oxygen consumption reflects the cardiorespiratory fitness of an individual and is an important ... VO2 max is reached when oxygen consumption remains at a steady state despite an increase in workload. VO2 max is properly ... The method relies on an analysis of the linear relationship between oxygen consumption and running speed, meaning that the ...
*  Common raven physiology
Bishop, C.; Butler, P. (1995). "Physiological modelling of oxygen consumption in birds during flight". Journal of Experimental ... Convection of oxygen to lungs via ventilation 2. The diffusion of oxygen from the lungs into the blood stream 3. Oxygen-rich ... To compensate for less ambient oxygen, common ravens undergo increased respiratory rates, enhanced oxygen loading of hemoglobin ... At higher altitudes and in warmer climates the oxygen concentration in the air is lower compared to low altitude or colder ...
*  Biosensor
The respiration activity is determined by measuring oxygen consumption. There is linear relationship between the current ...
*  Functional magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the brain
... glucose and oxygen consumption. 13C MRS can provide detailed quantitative information about glucose dynamics that can not be ... namely the mismatch between oxygen and glucose consumption during sustained visual stimulation. The 1H fMRS studies highlighted ... Fox, PT; Raichle, ME; Mintun, MA; Dence, C (Jul 22, 1988). "Nonoxidative glucose consumption during focal physiologic neural ...
*  Machine perfusion
C for one hour at which temperature their oxygen consumption was minimal. When the slices were rewarmed to 37 °C their oxygen ... Oxygen consumption and blood flow in the hypothermic, perfused kidney. Am J Physiol 1959;197:1111-1114. Martin DR, Scott DF, ... Levy found that metabolic activity at 10 °C, as indicated by oxygen consumption measurements, was reduced to about 5% of normal ... Cohen GL, Burdett K, Johnson RWG: "Stimulation of oxygen consumption by oleic and octanoic acid during hypothermic kidney ...
*  Yellow chat
Crawford, E. C., and Lasiewski, R. C. (1968). Oxygen consumption and respiratory evaporation of the emu and rhea. Condor 333- ...
*  John R Clarke
Smith, Adam J (2008). "Resting Oxygen Consumption Rates in Divers Using Diver Propulsion Devices". Masters of Science in ... Nuckols ML, Clarke JR, Marr WJ (1999). "Assessment of oxygen levels in alternative designs of semiclosed underwater breathing ... Nuckols ML, Clarke J, Grupe C (1998). "Maintaining safe oxygen levels in semiclosed underwater breathing apparatus". Life ... "Method for estimating the remaining capacity of the carbon dioxide scrubber in the Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Pack". Navy ...
*  Exercise intensity
Intensity is the amount of physical power (expressed as a percentage of the maximal oxygen consumption) that the body uses when ... The most precise measure of intensity is oxygen consumption (VO2). VO2 represents the overall metabolic challenge that an ... Our maximum intensity is a reflection of our maximal oxygen consumption (VO2 max). Such a measurement represents a ... This table outlines the estimated distribution of energy consumption at different intensity levels for a healthy 20-year-old ...
*  Morethia boulengeri
During this time the rate of oxygen consumption dramatically increases. Hutchinson MN (2010). "Morethia boulengeri". IUCN Red ...
*  Running economy
Energy use is usually reported in terms of oxygen consumption; the farther the person can run per unit of oxygen consumed -- or ... Oxygen consumption (VO2) is the most direct method for measuring running economy, as the exchange of gases in the body, ... and is determined by measuring the steady-state consumption of oxygen (VO2) and the respiratory exchange ratio. Crowther, Greg ... specifically oxygen and carbon dioxide, closely reflects energy metabolism. Those who are able to consume less oxygen while ...
*  Fermented tea
The exposure of the tea leaves to humidity and oxygen during the process also causes endo-oxidation (derived from the tea-leaf ... Many fermented teas do not arrive on the market ready for consumption. Instead, they may start as green teas or partially ...
*  Training effect
Metabolic equivalent Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption Awtry, Eric H.; Balady, Gary J. (2007). "Exercise and Physical ... making the blood a more efficient carrier of oxygen. VO2 Max was increased.[citation needed] The exercise necessary can be ...