Posts Tagged ‘breathing’

Thermal tachypnea in avian embryos [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Kenia C. Bicego and Jacopo P. MortolaMany adult mammals and birds respond to heat with thermal tachypnea, an increase in breathing frequency with shallow tidal volume, with minimal increase in oxygen consumption (VO2). This pattern favors heat dissipat…

Oxygen deprivation: Can it cure jet lag?

Researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel and the UK’s University of Bristol believe they have discovered a way to overcome jet lag, or any disruption to the body’s circadian rhythms – temporarily reduce the amount of oxygen in the air that you breathe. In research published last Thursday in the journal Cell […]

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