2 edition of Mammalian hibernation. found in the catalog.
International Symposium on Natural Mammalian Hibernation (3rd 1965 Toronto)
|Statement||edited by Kenneth C. Fisher...[et al.].|
|Contributions||Fisher, Kenneth C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||535|
Dormancy - Dormancy - Dormancy, hibernation, and estivation in warm-blooded vertebrates: The term hibernation is often loosely used to denote any state of sustained torpor, inactivity, or dormancy that an organism might exhibit. Properly speaking, however, use of the term should be confined solely to warm-blooded homoiotherms—i.e., birds and mammals whose feathers or fur serve as insulation. Hibernation is the key to winter survival for many small mammals and for one large one (bears). By strongly suppressing metabolic rate, falling into a deep torpor and letting body temperature (Tb) drop to low values, hibernators can save as much as 90% of the energy that they would otherwise need to keep their bodies warm (~37°C) over the winter.
Hibernation Station: Soothing and rhyming book introducing kids to different types of hibernating animals. This is part of a Winter + Holiday Children Story Books Series on The Jenny Evolution. 30 amazing bloggers have gotten together to create winter and holiday-themed books lists that your child is sure to love. cell. Mammalian hibernation is an adaptation directed at maintaining cellular energetics over an extended period when the environment is inhospitable for normal life. However, by using this strategy, the animal is then sub-jected to the perturbing effects of temperature on its metab-olism, a .
This text covers topics ranging from metabolism in hibernation to the role of endocrines, respiration and acid-base state in hibernation, and theories of hibernation. This book is comprised of 14 chapters and begins with an overview of some clear-cut definitions and Book Edition: 1. Mammalian hibernation is commonly thought of as something completely out of the ordinary, a "unique and unorthodox state." The present book takes the opposite view. It argues that the physiological achievements of hibernators do not deEend on special mechanisms but on special use of .
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Mammalian hibernation is an amazing strategy for winter survival. Animals sink into a deep torpor where metabolic rate is Cited by: Strategies in Cold: Natural Torpidity and Thermogenesis is a collection of review papers presented at the Fifth International Symposium on Mammalian Hibernation, held at Jasper Park Lodge, Alberta, Canada on OctoberThe book is organized into four sections encompassing 20 chapters that cover the advances made since the Mammalian hibernation III.
New York, American Elsevier Pub. Co., Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth C Fisher The relation of external conditions to the onset and termination of Mammalian hibernation.
book and estivation / E.T. Pengelley --Variations in the patterns of torpidity of small. Mammalian hibernation is an amazing strategy for winter survival. Animals sink into a deep torpor where metabolic rate is Author: Kenneth B.
Storey. International Symposium Mammalian hibernation. book Natural Mammalian Hibernation (1st: Harvard College). Mammalian hibernation. Cambridge, Mass.: Printed for the Museum of Comparative Zoology, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles P Lyman; Dawem Albert R.; Museum of Comparative.
Although there is a rich literature of physiological research related to the seasonally programmed changes that prepare the body for hibernation and regulate entry into, maintenance of, and recovery from torpor (e.g., Lyman et al.Carey et al.Geiser et al.
), the molecular and cellular mechanisms of mammalian hibernation have Cited by: Hayward JS, Lyman CP () Non-shivering heat production during arousal from hibernation and evidence for the contribution of brown fat. In: Fisher KC, Dawe AR, Lyman CP, Schönbaum E, South FE (eds) Mammalian hibernation, vol 3.
Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, pp – Google ScholarCited by: Seasonal hibernation or opportunistic torpor are displayed by a small number of warm blood animals from within many of the 21 orders of mammals and at present it is the general consensus that the ability to reduce body temperature and engage in hypometabolism is an ancient physiology retained and rarely expressed rather than a physiology that has evolved independently in numerous animal lineages.
Hibernation is a state of inactivity and metabolic depression in ation is a seasonal heterothermy characterized by low body-temperature, slow breathing and heart-rate, and low metabolic most commonly occurs during winter months.
Although traditionally reserved for "deep" hibernators such as rodents, the term has been redefined to include animals such as bears and is.
Mammalian hibernation is commonly thought of as something completely out of the ordinary, a "unique and unorthodox state." The present book takes the opposite view.
It argues that the physiological achievements of hibernators do not deEend on special mechanisms but on special use of Format: Paperback. Hibernation is widespread in Class Mammalia suggesting that the ability to hibernate is an ancestral mammalian trait (Carey et al., ). The hibernation phenotype is variable across species, with the Arctic ground squirrel (Urocitellus parryii) on the extreme end of the spectrum with body temperatures recorded below 0 °C (Barnes, ).
Hibernation is a natural model of musculoskeletal disuse because physical activity is greatly reduced, probably to conserve metabolic energy. Hibernation lasts ∼5–8 mo in many mammals, and this length of physical inactivity is known to cause bone loss in nonhibernating Cited by: Mammalian hibernation is commonly thought of as something completely out of the ordinary, a "unique and unorthodox state." The present book takes the opposite view.
It argues that the physiological achievements of hibernators do not deEend on special mechanisms but on special use of ordinaryBrand: Springer US. As such, a unique model providing insight into the mechanisms of reversible insulin resistance is mammalian hibernation.
Hibernators, such as ground squirrels and bats, are excellent examples of animals exhibiting reversible insulin resistance, for which a rapid increase in body weight is required prior to entry into by: The entrance to hibernation involves both an inhibition of cortical activity and activation of hypothalamic regions, whereas the arousal from hibernation is primarily a hypothalamic function.
Multiple neurochemical systems are affected by the arousal state change that occurs in hibernation, and a serotonergic-opiatergic interaction, in Cited by: The book explores the physiology and morphology of reproduction and development; water metabolism; and hibernation. This volume is organized into three chapters and begins with a discussion of aspects of reproduction and embryology that are purely mammalian, emphasizing the mammalian reproductive organs and the evolutionary trends in such organs.
Hypothermia and Hibernation. Preparatory Biochemical Adjustments for Hibernation. Nonshivering Thermogenesis. Metabolic Regulation in Hibernation. Temperature Effects on Hibernator Metabolism. Metabolic Rate Depression. Gene and Protein Expression During Hibernation.
ConclusionsCited by: Mammalian hibernation; proceedings of the First International Symposium on Natural Mammalian Hibernation, MayRelated Titles. Series: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology ; v.
International Symposium on Natural Mammalian Hibernation Dedham, Mass.) Mammalian hibernation is characterized by profound reductions in metabolism, oxygen consumption and heart rate. As a result, the animal enters a state of suspended animation where core body.
The Great Hibernation by Tara Dairman was the bedtime book I read to my young son, Bingo, a few weeks the setupall the parents in the secluded town of St. Polonius-on-the-Fjord have mysteriously gone to sleep and it is up to their children to take over their jobs and keep everything running (as well as drill down as to why they are comatose to begin with/5.
Hibernation: a long-term state in which body temperature is significantly decreased, metabolism slows drastically and the animal enters a coma-like condition that takes some time to recover from.
Why mammals hibernate: Everything we do: from bre.Mammalian hibernation is a strategy employed by many species to survive fluctuations in resource availability and environmental conditions.
Hibernating mammals endure conditions of dramatically depressed heart rate, body temperature, and oxygen consumption yet do not show the typical pathological by: Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit: A Book of Changing Seasons was written by Il Sung Na.
This bright and colorful story introduces readers to the many ways that animals prepare for the winter. The simple text explores the ideas of migration, hibernation and warm winter coats. The simple text and whimsical illustrations will capture the attention of.