*  The metabolism beyond programmed cell death in yeast.
... in the endogenous or exogenous conditions often involves a complex response that eventually either leads to cell adaptation and ... The change from one carbon source to another and the corresponding adaptation process is described as the diauxic shift. ... Such changes can be used to mimic and study (patho)physiological scenarios, including caloric restriction and longevity, the ... Thus, the levels of a given metabolite depend on and therefore reflect the physiological, developmental and pathological state ...
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*  CybN News | Center for Adaptive Soldier Technology
Traditionally the study of human adaptation has focused on understanding changes in human behavior induced by changes in the ... are impacted by a wide variety of physiological feedback mechanisms such as fight or flight, are embedded in highly dynamic ... This paradigm has led to technology solutions that are focused on improving human adaptation by improving the salience of ... However, recent research has shown that human adaptation is strongly impacted by internal human states such as arousal, social ...
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*  The Goal is the Journey.: Strategies for Training and Racing in the Heat
Training in heat increases blood plasma volume over time and promotes other positive physiological adaptations to exercising in ... Adaptation occur over a 3-4 week time period. Sessions need not be longer than 100 minutes. Acclimation must be maintained ...
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*  Enantiostasis - Wikipedia
C. P. Mangum & D. W. Towle (1977). "Physiological adaptation to unstable environments". American Scientist. 65: 67-75. Bibcode: ... Charlotte P. Mangum (1997). "Adaptation of the oxygen transport system to hypoxia in the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus". ... Rippon, John W. (2015-01-07). "Biochemical Adaptation by Peter W. Hochachka and George N. Somero (review)". Perspectives in ... "the maintenance of metabolic and physiological functions in response to variations in the environment". Enantiostasis is not a ...
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*  Penis - Wikipedia
R. Yagil (1985). The desert camel: comparative physiological adaptation. Karger. ISBN 978-3-8055-4065-0. Retrieved 5 September ... John A. Byers (1997). American Pronghorn: Social Adaptations and the Ghosts of Predators Past. University of Chicago Press. ... ISBN 978-3-642-35049-8. John A. Byers (1997). American Pronghorn: Social Adaptations and the Ghosts of Predators Past. ... Shackelford, T. K.; Goetz, A. T. (2007). "Adaptation to Sperm Competition in Humans". Current Directions in Psychological ...
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*  Anatomically modern human - Wikipedia
Steegmann, A. Theodore; Cerny, Frank J.; Holliday, Trenton W. (2002). "Neandertal cold adaptation: Physiological and energetic ... usually thought to be an adaptation to cold climate. The same adaptation can be found in some modern people living in the polar ... Stock, J.T. (October 2006). "Hunter-gatherer postcranial robusticity relative to patterns of mobility, climatic adaptation, and ... actionbioscience.org homo erectus tool use and adaptation. public.wsu.edu. Early Human Evolution: Early Human Culture; Early ...
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*  Animal locomotion - Wikipedia
... there may also be physiological adaptations. Active flight has independently evolved at least four times, in the insects, ... Other structural adaptations of flying animals include reduced and redistributed body weight, fusiform shape and powerful ... Several oceanic squid, such as the Pacific flying squid, leap out of the water to escape predators, an adaptation similar to ... A. G. Vidal-Gadea; M. D. Rinehart; J. H. Belanger (2008). "Skeletal adaptations for forwards and sideways walking in three ...
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*  Protist - Wikipedia
Levandowsky, M. Physiological Adaptations of Protists. In: Cell physiology sourcebook : essentials of membrane biophysics. ...
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*  Allostasis - Wikipedia
Allostasis, homeostasis, and the costs of physiological adaptation. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. ISBN ... Allostasis is adaptation but in regard to a more dynamic balance. In dehydration, sweat occurs as only a small part of the ... McEwen, Bruce S. (1998b). "Stress, Adaptation, and Disease: Allostasis and Allostatic Load". Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 840: 33-44. ... Allostasis is the process of achieving stability, or homeostasis, through physiological or behavioral change. This can be ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allostasis
*  Mangrove - Wikipedia
Mangrove plants require a number of physiological adaptations to overcome the problems of anoxia, high salinity and frequent ... "Morphological and Physiological Adaptations: Florida mangrove website". Nhmi.org. Archived from the original on 2012-02-04. ...
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*  Gestational hypertension - Wikipedia
Rockwell LC, Vargas E, Moore L (2003). "Human physiological adaptation to pregnancy: inter- and intraspecific perspectives". Am ... "Reproduction and the Placenta." Human Evolution: An Introduction to Man's Adaptations. New York: Aldine De Gruyter, 1998. 317- ...
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*  Physiology - Wikipedia
Protistan physiology Levandowsky, M. Physiological Adaptations of Protists. In: Cell physiology sourcebook: essentials of ... The Physiological Society was founded in London in 1876 as a dining club. The American Physiological Society (APS) is a ... "American Physiological Society > Founders". www.the-aps.org. The American Physiological Society. Tucker, GS (December 1981). " ... The Physiological Society physiologyINFO.org public information site sponsored by The American Physiological Society Human ...
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*  Overtraining - Wikipedia
Smith, Lucille (November 1999). "Cytokine hypothesis of overtraining: a physiological adaptation to excessive stress?". ... Hemmings, Smith, Graydon, & Dyson, Brian, Marcus, Jan,& Rosemary (28 October 1999). "Effects of massage on physiological ... "Effects of massage on physiological restoration, perceived recovery, and repeated sports performance". British Journal of ...
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*  Human penis - Wikipedia
Shackelford, Todd K.; Pound, Nicholas; Goetz, Aaron T. (2005). "Psychological and Physiological Adaptations to Sperm ... The human penis has been argued to have several evolutionary adaptations. The purpose of these adaptations is to maximise ... These adaptations have occurred in order to release and retain sperm to the highest point of the vaginal tract. As a result, ... Semen displacement is an adaptation of the shape of the penis to draw foreign semen away from the cervix. This means that in ...
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*  Lemur - Wikipedia
Schmid, J.; Stephenson, P.J. (2003). Physiological Adaptations of Malagasy Mammals: Lemurs and Tenrecs Compared. pp. 1198-1203 ... Some of their adaptations were unlike those seen in their living relatives. All 17 extinct lemurs were larger than the extant ( ... Lemurs: Ecology and Adaptation. pp. 3-18. Jolly, A.; Sussman, R.W. (2006). Chapter 2: Notes on the History of Ecological ... Many lemur adaptations are in response to Madagascar's highly seasonal environment. Lemurs have relatively low basal metabolic ...
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*  Lactic acidosis - Wikipedia
Jackson, Donald C. (2002). "Hibernating without oxygen: physiological adaptations of the painted turtle". The Journal of ... Adaptations in particular in the turtle's blood composition and shell allow it to tolerate high levels of lactic acid ...
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*  Painted turtle - Wikipedia
Jackson, Donald C. (2002). "Hibernating without oxygen: physiological adaptations of the painted turtle". The Journal of ... Adaptations of its blood chemistry, brain, heart, and particularly its shell allow the turtle to survive extreme lactic acid ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Painted_turtle
*  Xerophyte - Wikipedia
Plants with such morphological and physiological adaptations are xeromorphic. Plants absorb water from the soil, which then ... This adaptation is exhibited by some Agave and Eriogonum species, which can be found growing near Death Valley. Some xerophytes ... "Plant Adaptations". University of New Mexico. Archived from the original on January 4, 2015. Retrieved December 2, 2014. D. J. ... Plants that live under arctic conditions also have a need for xerophytic adaptations, since water is unavailable for uptake ...
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*  Cucujus clavipes - Wikipedia
These beetles have had evolved physiological adaptations to persist . Many studies of insects and some invertebrates have ... Elucidating the biochemical overwintering adaptations of larval Cucujus clavipes puniceus, a nonmodel organism, via high ... these beetles must go through several physiological mechanisms to survive; they are recognised for their ability to change ...
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*  Turtle - Wikipedia
Jackson, D. C. (2002). "Hibernating without oxygen: Physiological adaptations of the painted turtle". Journal of Physiology. ... turtles utilize two general physiological mechanisms. In the case of prolonged periods of anoxia, it has been shown that the ...
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*  Thick-billed murre - Wikipedia
Croll, DA; Gaston, AJ; Burger, AE; Konnoff, D (1992). "Foraging behavior and physiological adaptation for diving in Thick- ... "Foraging behavior and physiological adaptation for diving in Thick-billed Murres". Ecology. 73 (1): 344-356. doi:10.2307/ ...
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*  Sperm competition - Wikipedia
"Psychological and physiological adaptations to sperm competition in humans" (PDF). Review of General Psychology. 9: 228-248. ... Dozens of adaptations have been documented in males that help them succeed in sperm competition. Mate-guarding is a defensive ... The adaptation of sperm traits, such as length, viability and velocity might be constrained by the influence of cytoplasmic DNA ... Offensive adaptation behavior differs from defensive behavior because it involves an attempt to ruin the chances of another ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sperm_competition
*  Crucian carp - Wikipedia
Carassius species exhibit some remarkable physiological adaptations to their environment. For example, in entirely anoxic ...
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*  Bird flight - Wikipedia
Many physiological adaptations have evolved that make flight more efficient. Birds that settle on isolated oceanic islands that ... Both adaptations may make them better at avoiding avian predators. The shape of the wing is important in determining the flight ... The most obvious adaptation to flight is the wing, but because flight is so energetically demanding birds have evolved several ... with few adaptations to flapping, but very advanced aerodynamic asymmetrical feathers. It explains that primitive pouncers ( ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bird_flight
*  Short-beaked echidna - Wikipedia
Numerous physiological adaptations aid the lifestyle of the short-beaked echidna. Because the animal burrows, it must tolerate ... "Adaptations of the short-beaked echidna Tachyglossus aculateus for sperm production, particularly in an arid environment." ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short-beaked_echidna