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*  Theanine
"L-Theanine reduces psychological and physiological stress responses". Biological Psychology. 74 (1): 39-45. doi:10.1016/j. ... A review by other researchers of a small set of trials concluded that there are benefits of L-theanine in reducing acute stress ... Theanine has been studied for its potential ability to reduce mental and physical stress, improve cognition, and boost mood and ... stress and anxiety in human clinical trials: A systematic review". Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism. 4: 41-42. ...
*  White band disease
Elevated water temperature can cause corals physiological stress. This possible undermines their immune system and makes them ...
*  Adrenal crisis
... is triggered by physiological stress (such as trauma). Activities that have an elevated risk of trauma are best ... in fact any form of physical or mental stress) in someone known to have Addison's disease or congenital adrenal hyperplasia ( ...
*  Fountain pen
For ergonomics, fountain pens may relieve physiological stress from writing; alternatives such as the ballpoint pen can induce ... The breather hole also acts as a stress relieving point, preventing the nib from cracking longitudinally from the end of the ...
*  ATF3
ATF-3 is induced upon physiological stress in various tissues. It is also a marker of regeneration following injury of dorsal ... Chen BP, Wolfgang CD, Hai T (March 1996). "Analysis of ATF3, a transcription factor induced by physiological stresses and ... Chen BP, Wolfgang CD, Hai T (1996). "Analysis of ATF3, a transcription factor induced by physiological stresses and modulated ... Kang Y, Chen CR, Massagué J (April 2003). "A self-enabling TGFbeta response coupled to stress signaling: Smad engages stress ...
*  Electrovite
... is a powder designed to alleviate physiological stress in cattle. It contains 8 vitamins: A, D3, E, B6, B12, folic ... Hence, Electrovite would alleviate physiological stress and provide a boost to milk production. Dominion Veterinary Labs, " ... Most causes of stress manifest as an imbalance of some kind in cattle's fluid stability. Electrolyte supplementation, as done ... Besides the potential of electrolyte and vitamin solutions to alleviate stress, these additives may directly boost production. ...
*  Drought refuge
... they seek habitat patches that relieve physiological stress and reduce mortality. Reliance on dispersal improves resilience to ... This stresses species not adapted to high salinity. High levels of salinity reduces water uptake in plants, by causing stomatal ...
*  Kiwi
Producing the huge egg places significant physiological stress on the female; for the thirty days it takes to grow the fully ... In an experiment, it was observed that one-third of a population of A. rowi in New Zealand under no environmental stress had ...
*  Firefighter
This technology allows a degree of early warning to physiological stress. These devices are similar to technology developed for ... Early detection of heat issues is critical to stop dehydration and heat stress becoming fatal. Early onset of heat stress ... Other factors associated with firefighting, such as stress, heat stress, and heavy physical exertion, also increase the risk of ... Firefighter physiological status monitoring is showing promise in alerting EMS and commanders to the status of their people on ...
*  Side stitch
The human spleen during physiological stress, Stewart & McKenzie Clin Nucl Med. 2010 Oct;20(10):884-7. The effect of exercise ...
*  Walton T. Roth
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Hyperarousal Symptoms Treated With Physiological Stress Management . Insel, Paul M. & Roth, ... Roth is currently semi-retired, but continues research work on the psychophysiology of hyperarousal and posttraumatic stress ... Roth has also applied the use of skin conductance, electrocardiography, actigraphy, and monitoring of other physiological ...
*  Bile bear
Other physiological indicators of stress and potentially reduced welfare include growth retardation and ulcers. A 2000 survey ... Elevated corticosteroid concentrations are a widely acknowledged indicator of physiological stress. Corticosteroid ... A significant proportion of the bears die because of the stress of unskilled surgery or the infections which may occur. Farmed ... Living for 10-12 years under such circumstances results in severe mental stress and muscle atrophy. World Animal Protection ...
*  Pesticide
"The impacts of agriculture and temperature on the physiological stress response in fish." Uleth. University of Lethbridge, n.d ...
*  Medieval bioarchaeology
Enamel hypoplasias are used in bioarchaeological research as markers of childhood physiological stress. Justyna Jolanta ... Harris lines are stress indicators on the skeleton that form due to malnutrition, disease, or other stress factors during ... Once the stress has decreased or stopped, bone growth will resume, which results in a line of increased mineral density that ... Stress markers can also indicate patterns in the division of labor and how certain activities were structured within society. ...
*  Pain in crustaceans
"Stress is not pain. Comment on Elwood and Adams (2015) Electric shock causes physiological stress responses in shore crabs, ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Elwood, R.W. & Adams, L. (2015). "Electric shock causes physiological stress ... Higher levels of stress, as measured by lactate, occur in shore crabs exposed to brief electric shock compared to non-shocked ... But, when crabs with the same level of behaviour are matched, shocked crabs still have a stronger stress response compared with ...
*  Epinephrine
The term relates to the increase in circulating levels of adrenaline during physiological stress. Such an increase in the ... One physiological stimulus to epinephrine secretion is exercise. This was first demonstrated using the denervated pupil of a ... Although such stress triggers adrenaline release, it also activates many other responses within the central nervous system ... This is most often done in response to stress.[citation needed] The sympathetic nervous system, acting via splanchnic nerves to ...
*  Salt marsh
... and the environmental and physiological stress factors to the marsh-associated flora and fauna. Although much effort has gone ... while lower marsh zones are determined through the ability of plants to tolerate physiological stresses such as salinity, water ... As a result, there are microhabitats populated by different species of flora and fauna dependant on their physiological ...
*  Lake Galilee (Queensland)
Weed control is effective only in the summer (wet season) when the plants are growing and not in a stressed physiological state ... Sattler, P. and Creighton, C. (2002) Case study: Desert Uplands (1, 2 & 3) Second lowest stress class Archived 2011-06-03 at ...
*  Nucleotide
The study concluded, "nucleotide supplementation blunts the response of the hormones associated with physiological stress." ...
*  Desiccation tolerance
Glycogen, a glucose polysaccharide, acts as an oxidative energy source during times of physiological stress. Because it binds ... In addition to physiological adaptations that increase desiccation resistance, behavioral responses of insects to arid ... Chown, S.L.,; Nicolson, S.W. (2004). "Insect Physiological Ecology". New York: Oxford University Press. CS1 maint: Multiple ... Physiological Zoology. 65: 268-286. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Gefen, E.; Marlon, A.J.; Gibbs, A.G. (2006 ...
*  Meroplankton
Mortality depends on many factors, such as predation, competition, disease, parasites, and physiological stresses. Survival and ...
*  Expressive suppression
Concealing and suppressing expressions can cause stress-related physiological reactions. Stress occurs because "the social ... Expressive suppression has physiological influences such as decreasing heart rate, increasing blood pressure, and increasing ... 2012) support that expressive suppression has physiological, social, and cognitive costs. Some evidence says that "depressed ... after the peripheral physiological response or emotion process is triggered. Künh et al. (2011) compare this strategy to ...
*  John R. Lukacs
Lukacs, J. R. and S. R. Walimbe (1998). Physiological stress in prehistoric India: new data on localized hypoplasia of primary ... Biological Anthropology: the State of the Science]. (1998). Physiological Stress in Prehistoric India: New Data on Localized ... 2001). Enamel hypoplasia in the deciduous teeth of early Miocene catarrhines: evidence of perinatal physiological stress. [ ... do differences in defect prevalence imply differential levels of physiological stress? [American Journal of Physical ...
*  Declawing of crabs
Moreover, declawing results in a physiological stress response in the edible crab, as indicated by increases in haemolymph ... "Physiological stress responses in the edible crab, Cancer pagurus, to the fishery practice of de-clawing". Marine Biology. 152 ... This stress is evident both in the short term (< 10 min) and the long term (24 h). Further, declawing is more stressful, ...
*  Universal adaptive strategy theory
Stress tolerators respond to environmental stresses through physiological variability. These species are often found in ... Stress tolerators are plant species that live in areas of high intensity stress and low intensity disturbance. Species that ... These strategies each thrive best in a unique combination of either high or low intensities of stress and disturbance. ... Competitors are plant species that thrive in areas of low intensity stress and disturbance and excel in biological competition ...