Journal of Comparative Physiology B
Biochemical, Systems, and Environmental Physiology
The Journal of Comparative Physiology B publishes peer-reviewed original articles and reviews on the comparative physiology of invertebrate and vertebrate animals. Special emphasis is placed on integrative studies that elucidate mechanisms at the whole-animal, organ, tissue, cellular and/or molecular levels. Review papers report on the current state of knowledge in an area of comparative physiology, and directions in which future research is needed.
Aspects of particular interest include: molecular and endocrine control of metabolism; membrane transport and nutrient absorption; respiration and gas exchange; circulation and body fluids; energy and temperature relations; muscle and exercise physiology; energetics and endocrinology of reproduction; evolutionary aspects of physiology, and more.
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The activity of the rectal gland of the North Pacific spiny dogfish Squalus suckleyi is glucose dependent and stimulated by glucagon-like peptide-1
Antioxidant capacity, lipid peroxidation, and lipid composition changes during long-term and short-term thermal acclimation in Daphnia
Adult male northern elephant seals maintain high rates of glucose production during extended breeding fasts
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- Journal of Comparative Physiology B
- Volume 154 / 1984 - Volume 187 / 2017
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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