Respiratory responses in heat-exposed rabbits: Inhibition of tachypnoea offset by increase in tidal volume
Rabbits in which thermal panting has been inhibiting by previous cold exposure or by water deprivation respond to a raised ambient temperature with an increase in tidal volume. By so doing, they are able to maintain a minute volume appropriate to their thermoregulatory requirements.
KeywordsAmbient Temperature Tidal Volume Cold Exposure Water Deprivation Minute Volume
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