By Z. Szelényi, M. Székely

ISBN-10: 0080273548

ISBN-13: 9780080273549

Advances in Physiological Sciences, quantity 32: Contributions to Thermal body structure is a suite of papers that information the advances within the figuring out of the thermal facets of body structure.
The first a part of the identify provides articles approximately primary anxious keep an eye on of physique temperature, whereas the second one half covers papers approximately fever. subsequent, the choice offers with mind cooling, besides thermoregulation and sleep. The 5th half covers phylogenic features of temperature law, 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 ebook might be of serious curiosity to scholars, researchers, and practitioners of drugs and biology.

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4d Central TRH effect on pigeon thermoregulation 51 Discussion The injection of TRH into the iiypothalamus of the pigeon potentiated shivering ana increased the body temperature con­ firming the results obtained on fowls (Nistico et al. 1978). As for the foot temperature, the increase recorded in our ex­ periments is in conflict with most of the responses obtained by Nistico et al. (1978). In their work, peripheral vasodilation was produced in a few cases only. Considering TRH as a possible mediator in the central control of body temperature, the simultaneous activation of opposing mechanisms, one pro­ ducing and the other losing heat, seems paradoxical.

M . , F r u m a r , A . M . , T a t a r y n , I . V . , C h a n g , R . J . and J u d d , H . L . (1979). Am. J . O b s t e t . Gynecol. (in p r e s s ) . W. (1975). J . A p p l . Physiol. 3: 499. , Wilson, K . A . , Pipili, E. and C r o c k e r , A . D . (1978). B r i t . Med. J . ii: 79. T a t a r y n , I . V . , Meldrum, D . R . , L u , K . H . M. and J u d d , H . L . (1979). J . Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 49: 152. Satellite of 28. Int. , Pecs, 1980 Z. Szelenyi and M. Szekely (eds) EFFECTS OF CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION OF PEPTIDES ON BODY TEMPERATURE OF THE RABBIT1 J.

Their observation that TRH stimulates heat production in fowls was of particular interest. Considering the existence of interspecies differ­ ences in the temperature effects of centrally administered monoamines, we were interested to see if TRH acts in the same manner in the pigeon as in tne fowl. Methods Adult pigeons weighing 270-425 g were used. The guide was fixed unilaterally in the anterior and posterior hypothalamus (five birds in both groups) under pentobarbital anaesthe­ sia. TRH (Sigma) was dissolved in distilled water and pre­ served frozen at -40°C until use.

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