publication . Article . 2015

Respostas de adaptação ao estresse térmico em mamíferos

Yasser Yohan Lenis Sanin; Angélica María Zuluaga Cabrera; Ariel Marcel Tarazona Morales;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2015 Journal: Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, issue 31, pages 121-135 (issn: 0122-9354, eissn: 2389-8526, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidad de La Salle
Abstract
The environment animals have to cope with is a combination of natural factors such as temperature. Extreme changes in these factors can alter homeostasis, which can lead to thermal stress. This stress can be due to either high temperatures or low temperatures. Energy transference for thermoregulation in homoeothermic animals occurs through several mechanisms: conduction, convection, radiation and evaporation. When animals are subjected to thermal stress, physiological mechanisms are activated which may include endocrine, neu-roendocrine and behavioral responses. Activation of the neuroendocrine system affects the secretion ofhormones and neurotransmitters which ...
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free text keywords: hipertermia, hipotermia, mamíferos, choque térmico., hyperthermia, hypothermia, mammals, thermal shock, choque térmico, lcsh:Veterinary medicine, lcsh:SF600-1100, Heat stress, Physics, Environmental temperature, Fight-or-flight response, Humanities
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