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Nonapeptides and their receptors regulate a diverse range of physiological processes. We assessed the contractile responsiveness of uteri from the squamate viviparous-oviparous species pair, Pseudemoia entrecasteauxii and Lampropholis guichenoti, as well as the bimodally reproductive species, Saiphos equalis, to arginine vasopressin (AVP). We assessed the resulting uterine contractility as a function of pregnancy status, species and parity mode. We also measured mRNA abundance for the nonapeptid...
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This paper has integrated new and past data to elucidate how lipid, protein and glycogen metabolism contribute to generating the ATP required by the southern hemisphere lamprey Geotria australis during its ~ 13–15 months, non-trophic upstream spawning migration. Energy is required for maintenance, swimming, the development of gonads and secondary sexual characters and spawning and post-spawning activities. Plasma and muscle metabolites were measured in animals subjected to an exercise-recovery r...
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We compared body temperature patterns and selective brain cooling (SBC) in eight adult female sheep in an indoor (22–25 °C) and outdoor (mean ~ 21 °C) environment, by measuring brain, carotid arterial, and jugular venous blood temperatures at 5-min intervals using implanted data loggers. To investigate whether ultradian oscillations in brain temperature had thermoregulatory consequences for the sheep, we determined the cranial arterio-venous (AV) temperature difference as an indicator of respira...
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Coronary perfusion and cardiac autonomic regulation may benefit myocardial oxygen delivery and thermal performance of the teleost heart, and thus influence whole animal heat tolerance. Yet, no study has examined how coronary perfusion affects cardiac output during warming in vivo. Moreover, while β-adrenergic stimulation could protect cardiac contractility, and cholinergic decrease in heart rate may enhance myocardial oxygen diffusion at critically high temperatures, previous studies in rainbow ...
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#1Michelle R. Shero (WHOI: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
#2Peter J. Reiser (OSU: Ohio State University)H-Index: 19
Last.Jennifer M. Burns (UAA: University of Alaska Anchorage)H-Index: 24
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In marine mammals, muscular development has been identified as a rate-limiting factor in achieving adult dive capacities. This study investigates the rate that myosin heavy chain (MHC) composition matures in a postural and locomotor skeletal muscle for four pinniped species with different lactation lengths: hooded seals, Cystophora cristata; harp seals, Pagophilus groenlandicus; northern fur seals, Callorhinus ursinus, and Steller sea lions, Eumetopias jubatus. The ontogeny of MHC isoform expres...
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Bats are mostly insectivorous or phytophagous. It is hypothesized that bats are evolved from small insectivorous mammals. Therefore, the digestive and metabolic systems of phytophagous and insectivorous bats must have evolved differently to adapt to their dietary habits. To investigate the difference in sugar tolerance in bats, we determined changes in blood glucose levels after intraperitoneal (i.p.) injection of glucose in three species of phytophagous and four species of insectivorous bats un...
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#1Taiki Matsuo (Yamaguchi University)
#2Atsushi Kashimura (Tokai University)
Last.Naomi Wada (Yamaguchi University)H-Index: 10
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This report demonstrates the variable cardiac rhythm in two species of subterranean mole, the large Japanese mole (Mogera wogura) and the lesser Japanese mole (Mogera imaizumii). The phenomenon was revealed using X-ray videos of M. wogura and investigated in detail using electrocardiogram (ECG) traces recorded with implanted electrodes in this species and M. imaizumii. Cessation of heartbeat and extended R–R intervals were observed in the ECGs from both species during short bouts of rest in wake...
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Inward rectifier K+ (Kir2) channels are critical for electrical excitability of cardiac myocytes. Here, we examine expression of Kir2 channels in the heart of three Gadiformes species, polar cod (Boreogadus saida) and navaga (Eleginus nawaga) of the Arctic Ocean and burbot (Lota lota) of the temperate lakes to find out the role of Kir2 channels in cardiac adaptation to cold. Five boreal freshwater species: brown trout (Salmo trutta fario), arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus), roach (Rutilus rutilus...
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Larimichthys polyactis is one of the most economically important marine fish species that have become newly cultured in China in recent years. The gene expression changes that L. polyactis experiences in cold toleranceis still unknown, limiting the expansion of its cultivation, fast growth, and high yield. To investigate the molecular mechanism behind L. polyactis’s cold tolerance and to provide a resource for conducting genetic research on L. polyactis, transcriptome sequencing using RNA-seq wa...
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