Contributions to Thermal Physiology. Satellite Symposium of by Z. Szelényi, M. Székely

By Z. Szelényi, M. Székely

Advances in Physiological Sciences, quantity 32: Contributions to Thermal body structure is a set of papers that info the advances within the realizing of the thermal points of body structure.
The first a part of the name provides articles approximately vital anxious keep an eye on of physique temperature, whereas the second one half covers papers approximately fever. subsequent, the choice offers with mind cooling, in addition to thermoregulation and sleep. The 5th half covers phylogenic facets of temperature rules, whereas the 6th half tackles acclimation. subsequent, the choice talks approximately age-related distinction in temperature rules and the peripheral effector mechanisms. The textual content additionally covers the brown adipose tissue and the relevance of workout in regulating physique temperature.
The publication should be of significant curiosity to scholars, researchers, and practitioners of medication and biology.

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At 25°C apomorphine induced a hypothermia which was less than that at 17°C. 25 mg kg" 1 apomorphine. 25 mg kg"1)induced a hyperthermia, but there was no significant change in tail skin temperature. Higher doses of apo­ morphine were fatal at this temperature. 25 mg kg ~L) at 35°C. 05 17t +151 +15 LHp\ ΔΗ£> +5 ύ^Ί, 1hr -5-· -5J Fig. 5 mg kg-1 (■) at 17, 25 and 35°C. Discussion At the low ambient temperature of 17°C apomorphine decreased oxygen consumption and increased evaporative water loss. At high ambient temperatures (35°C) apomorphine increased both oxygen consumption and evaporative water loss.

Congress ofPhysiol Sei, Pecs, 1980 Z. Szelenyi and M. Szekely (eds) THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSES TO INTRAHYPOTHALAMIC INJECTIONS OF TRH IN PIGEONS H. LAHTI, R. HISSAand A. PYÖRNILÄ Department of Zoology, Zoophysiological Laboratory, University of Oulu, Finland A considerable amount of evidence has accumulated in re­ cent years suggesting that the role of thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) is not restricted to that of a hypophysiotropic substance. One of the multiple effects of the exogenous ad­ ministration of this peptide is its influence on body temper­ ature.

Systemic pretreatment with a strongly pungent Behavioural thermoregulation after capsaicin 63 capsaicin congener (homovanilloyl-octylester), having no de­ sensitizing potency (cf. Szolcsdnyi, 1980), did not inhibit the escape reaction. Temperature selection. Fig. 1 clearly shows that control rats subjected to 5°C dif­ ferences in Ta chose Ta Control nearer the thermoneutral (5) one (28-30°C) in both cold 100 and warm environment. Sig­ /(6) 80 V nificant change in Tr en­ sued only if they had to 60 choose between the two warm 40 Ta-s.

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