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  • Physiology of sweat gland function: The roles of sweating and sweat composition in human health. [Review]
    Temperature (Austin) 2019; 6(3):211-259Baker LB
  • The purpose of this comprehensive review is to: 1) review the physiology of sweat gland function and mechanisms determining the amount and composition of sweat excreted onto the skin surface; 2) provide an overview of the well-established thermoregulatory functions and adaptive responses of the sweat gland; and 3) discuss the state of evidence for potential non-thermoregulatory roles of sweat in …
  • Cooling requirements fueled the collapse of a desert bird community from climate change. [Journal Article]
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2019Riddell EA, Iknayan KJ, … Beissinger SR
  • Climate change threatens global biodiversity by increasing extinction risk, yet few studies have uncovered a physiological basis of climate-driven species declines. Maintaining a stable body temperature is a fundamental requirement for homeothermic animals, and water is a vital resource that facilitates thermoregulation through evaporative cooling, especially in hot environments. Here, we explore…
  • Thermotolerance of Broiler Chicks Ingesting Dietary Betaine and/or Creatine. [Journal Article]
    Animals (Basel) 2019; 9(10)Al-Tamimi H, Mahmoud K, … Bani Khalaf H
  • The present study aimed to assess the effect of dietary betaine (B) and/or creatine (C) on performance and thermoregulatory responses of broiler chicks. Indian River broiler chicks, fitted with compact thermosensors, were reared to market age (five weeks). The chicks were randomly distributed into four treatment groups, in a 2 × 2 factorial arrangement of treatments-basal control diet (Control gr…
  • Fitness-related benefits: land-based versus aqua-base. [Journal Article]
    J Sports Med Phys Fitness 2019Williams RE, Barreira TV, Tseh W
  • CONCLUSIONS: Individuals participating in land-based aerobic activities displayed greater decreases in percent body fat when compared to aqua-based aerobic activities, whereas both land- and aqua-based displayed improvements in muscular strength and muscular endurance. There were no changes in cardiorespiratory endurance and flexibility within both groups.
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