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The Resource Environmental physiology, edited by Melvin J. Fregly, Clark M. Blatteis

Environmental physiology, edited by Melvin J. Fregly, Clark M. Blatteis

Label
Environmental physiology
Title
Environmental physiology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Melvin J. Fregly, Clark M. Blatteis
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
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  • Fregly, Melvin J
  • Blatteis, Clark M
  • American Physiological Society (1887- )
Series statement
Handbook of physiology
Series volume
section 4
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  • Ecophysiology
  • Bioclimatology
  • Human beings
  • Adaptation (Physiology)
  • Adaptation, Physiological
  • Environment
  • Physiology
Label
Environmental physiology, edited by Melvin J. Fregly, Clark M. Blatteis
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Adaptation to the environment: overview -- Adaptations: some general characteristics -- Physical forces, sensory reception, and response to the environment -- Interplay of behavioral and physiological mechanisms in adaptation -- Thermal environment -- Mechanisms of homeostatic responses to thermal stimulation -- Mechanisms of heat exchange: biophysics and physiology -- Peripheral thermosensors -- Hypothalamic neurons regulating body temperature -- Interaction of body temperatures in control of thermoregulatory effector mechanisms -- Evidence for roles of brain peptides in thermoregulation -- Adaptive responses to heat -- Thermoregulatory responses to acute exercise-heat stress and heat acclimation -- Body fluid balance during heat stress in humans -- Cardiovascular adjustments to heat stress -- Endocrinological and metabolic responses to acute and chronic heat exposures -- Heat stress and behavior -- Estivation -- Limitation of heat tolerance -- Adaptive responses to cold -- Homeostatic responses to acute cold exposure: thermogenic responses in birds and mammals -- Human thermoregulatory responses to acute cold stress with special reference to water immersion -- Thermogenic responses to prolonged cold exposure: birds and mammals -- Homeostatic responses to prolonged cold exposure: human cold acclimatization -- Neural and hormonal responses to prolonged cold exposure -- Behavioral thermoregulation in the cold -- Torpor and hibernation in mammals: metabolic, physiological, and biochemical adaptations -- Hibernation in mammals: central nervous system function -- Responses to seasonal change in polar mammals -- Limits of tolerance to hypothermia -- Integrative responses to heat and cold -- Central regulation of adaptive responses to heat and cold -- Ontogenetic and adaptive adjustments in the thermoregularoty system -- Modeling homeostatic responses to heat and cold -- Gravitational environment -- Microgravity -- Cardiovascular system in microgravity -- Respiratory system in microgravity -- Skeleton and its adaptation to gravity -- Neuromuscular adaptations to actual and simulated spaceflight -- Adaptation of the vestibular system to microgravity
  • v. 2. Radiation in microgravity -- Effect of spaceflight on lymphocyte function and immunity -- Exercise and adaptation to microgravity environments -- Renal, endocrine, and hemodynamic effects of water immersion in humans -- Head-out water immersion: animal studies -- Physiology of bed rest -- Hypergravity -- Adaptation to accleration environments -- Hyperbaric environment -- Underwater physiology of man -- Hyperbaria/diving: introduction -- Hyperbaria: breath-hold diving -- Gas physiology in diving -- Mixed-gas saturation diving -- Diving mammals -- Diving physiology of the Weddell seal -- Terrestrial altitude environment -- Evolutionary aspects of atmospheric oxygen and organisms -- Tissue capacity for mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and its adaptation to stress -- Metabolic defense adaptations to hyperbaric hypoxia in man -- Hypoxia, erythropoietin gene expression, and erythropoiesis -- Morphologic and metabolic response to chronic hypoxia: the muscle system -- Peripheral chemoreceptors and their sensory neurons in chronic states of hypo- and hyperoxygenation -- Ventilatory responses to acute and chronic hypoxia -- Cardiovascular system at high altitude -- Endocrine adaptation to hypoxia -- Body fluid and energy metabolism at high altitude -- Brain hypoxia: metabolic and ventilatory depression -- Physiology of extreme altitude -- Chronobiological environment -- Circadian rhythms -- Sleep, thermoregulation, and circadian rhythms -- Relationship between food and sleep -- Nutritional environment -- Human adaptation to energy undernutrition -- Physiological responses of mammals to overnutrition -- Effects of altered vitamin and mineral nutritional status on temperature regulation and thermogenesis in the cold -- Nutrition and exercise in adverse environments -- Intestinal adaptation to environmental stress -- Microbial environment -- Adaptation to the microbial environment -- Psychosocial environment -- Place of behavior in physiology -- Neuroimmunomodulation: neuroimmune interactions with the environment
Control code
31012091
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
2 volumes (xxii, 1,586 pages)
Isbn
9780195074925
Isbn Type
(set)
Lccn
94031439
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Environmental physiology, edited by Melvin J. Fregly, Clark M. Blatteis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Adaptation to the environment: overview -- Adaptations: some general characteristics -- Physical forces, sensory reception, and response to the environment -- Interplay of behavioral and physiological mechanisms in adaptation -- Thermal environment -- Mechanisms of homeostatic responses to thermal stimulation -- Mechanisms of heat exchange: biophysics and physiology -- Peripheral thermosensors -- Hypothalamic neurons regulating body temperature -- Interaction of body temperatures in control of thermoregulatory effector mechanisms -- Evidence for roles of brain peptides in thermoregulation -- Adaptive responses to heat -- Thermoregulatory responses to acute exercise-heat stress and heat acclimation -- Body fluid balance during heat stress in humans -- Cardiovascular adjustments to heat stress -- Endocrinological and metabolic responses to acute and chronic heat exposures -- Heat stress and behavior -- Estivation -- Limitation of heat tolerance -- Adaptive responses to cold -- Homeostatic responses to acute cold exposure: thermogenic responses in birds and mammals -- Human thermoregulatory responses to acute cold stress with special reference to water immersion -- Thermogenic responses to prolonged cold exposure: birds and mammals -- Homeostatic responses to prolonged cold exposure: human cold acclimatization -- Neural and hormonal responses to prolonged cold exposure -- Behavioral thermoregulation in the cold -- Torpor and hibernation in mammals: metabolic, physiological, and biochemical adaptations -- Hibernation in mammals: central nervous system function -- Responses to seasonal change in polar mammals -- Limits of tolerance to hypothermia -- Integrative responses to heat and cold -- Central regulation of adaptive responses to heat and cold -- Ontogenetic and adaptive adjustments in the thermoregularoty system -- Modeling homeostatic responses to heat and cold -- Gravitational environment -- Microgravity -- Cardiovascular system in microgravity -- Respiratory system in microgravity -- Skeleton and its adaptation to gravity -- Neuromuscular adaptations to actual and simulated spaceflight -- Adaptation of the vestibular system to microgravity
  • v. 2. Radiation in microgravity -- Effect of spaceflight on lymphocyte function and immunity -- Exercise and adaptation to microgravity environments -- Renal, endocrine, and hemodynamic effects of water immersion in humans -- Head-out water immersion: animal studies -- Physiology of bed rest -- Hypergravity -- Adaptation to accleration environments -- Hyperbaric environment -- Underwater physiology of man -- Hyperbaria/diving: introduction -- Hyperbaria: breath-hold diving -- Gas physiology in diving -- Mixed-gas saturation diving -- Diving mammals -- Diving physiology of the Weddell seal -- Terrestrial altitude environment -- Evolutionary aspects of atmospheric oxygen and organisms -- Tissue capacity for mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and its adaptation to stress -- Metabolic defense adaptations to hyperbaric hypoxia in man -- Hypoxia, erythropoietin gene expression, and erythropoiesis -- Morphologic and metabolic response to chronic hypoxia: the muscle system -- Peripheral chemoreceptors and their sensory neurons in chronic states of hypo- and hyperoxygenation -- Ventilatory responses to acute and chronic hypoxia -- Cardiovascular system at high altitude -- Endocrine adaptation to hypoxia -- Body fluid and energy metabolism at high altitude -- Brain hypoxia: metabolic and ventilatory depression -- Physiology of extreme altitude -- Chronobiological environment -- Circadian rhythms -- Sleep, thermoregulation, and circadian rhythms -- Relationship between food and sleep -- Nutritional environment -- Human adaptation to energy undernutrition -- Physiological responses of mammals to overnutrition -- Effects of altered vitamin and mineral nutritional status on temperature regulation and thermogenesis in the cold -- Nutrition and exercise in adverse environments -- Intestinal adaptation to environmental stress -- Microbial environment -- Adaptation to the microbial environment -- Psychosocial environment -- Place of behavior in physiology -- Neuroimmunomodulation: neuroimmune interactions with the environment
Control code
31012091
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
2 volumes (xxii, 1,586 pages)
Isbn
9780195074925
Isbn Type
(set)
Lccn
94031439
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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