This book contains the proceedings of the 11 'h international symposium dedicated to the understanding of animal "Life in the Cold", held at Jungholz (Austria), August 13-18, 2000. In 55 chapters contributed by researchers from 16 countries the current state of knowledge is reviewed, and the most recent developments and discussions in this field are highlighted. The first symposium on hibernation and life in the cold was held in 1959, and from then on they continued to occur every 3-5 years. The regular occurrence of these meetings became almost a tradition. A tradition which is entirely based…mehr
This book contains the proceedings of the 11 'h international symposium dedicated to the understanding of animal "Life in the Cold", held at Jungholz (Austria), August 13-18, 2000. In 55 chapters contributed by researchers from 16 countries the current state of knowledge is reviewed, and the most recent developments and discussions in this field are highlighted. The first symposium on hibernation and life in the cold was held in 1959, and from then on they continued to occur every 3-5 years. The regular occurrence of these meetings became almost a tradition. A tradition which is entirely based on the enthusiasm of participants, and was nourished by scientific progress in this area during the past decades. The first symposium in 1959 was organised by Charles P. Lyman and Albert R. Dawe and was almost entirely dedicated to hibernation and torpor. This has been a backbone topic of the following symposia, although other aspects of animal energetics, thermal physiology and biochemistry were included in later meetings.
Evolution and Ecophysiology of Torpor.- Hibernation by Echidnas in Mild Climates: Hints about the Evolution of Endothermy.- Patterns of Hibernation of Echidnas in Tasmania.- Daily Heterothermy in Mammals: Coping with Unpredictable Environments.- Body Temperature and Metabolic Rate of a Hibernating Primate in Madagascar: Preliminary Results from a Field Study.- Heterothermy in Mousebirds: Evidence of Avian Proto-Torpor?.- Spontaneous Arousal in Reptiles? Body Temperature Ecology of Rosenberg's Goanna, Varanus rosenbergi.- Hibernation in the Extreme: Burrow and Body Temperatures, Metabolism, and Limits to Torpor Bout Length in Arctic Ground Squirrels.- Energetics of Hibernation in Woodchucks (Marmota monax).- Mechanisms of Social Thermoregulation in Hibernating Alpine Marmots (Marmota marmota).- Do Patterns of Torpor Differ between Free-ranging and Captive Mammals and Birds?.- Weather Patterns and Daily Torpor in Free-ranging Animals.- Role of Soil Temperature in Timing of Emergence from Hibernation in the Jumping Mouse, Zapus hudsonius.- Temperature Selection and Energy Expenditure in the Marsupial Hibernator Cercartetus nanus.- Torpor in the Carnivorous Marsupial Sminthopsis macroura: Effects of Food Quality and Quantity.- Parasite Adaptations to Hibernation in Alpine Marmots.- Physiological Mechanisms of Torpor.- Perspectives on Metabolic Suppression during Mammalian Hibernation and Daily Torpor.- Control of Cardiac and Ventilation Frequencies during Hibernation in Ground Squirrels.- Intermittent Ventilation in Hibernating Dormice - Is Ventilation always Necessary to Meet Metabolic Demands?.- Retention of Carbon Dioxide during Entrance into Torpor in Dormice.- Thermal Cycling of the Pulmonary Surfactant System in Small Heterothermic Mammals.- Anoxia Tolerance to Oxygen Necessity: Paradigm Shift in the Physiology of Survival of Apneic Deep Hypothermia in Neonatal Rodents.- The Effects of alpha-Tocopherol on Mammalian Torpor.- Essential Fatty Acids: Their Impact on Free-living Alpine Marmots (Marmota marmota).- Circadian Rhythms of Body Temperature in Laboratory and Field Marmots (Marmota flaviventris).- Circannual Rhythms in European Ground Squirrels during Nine Years of Entrainment.- Is Hibernation Facilitated by an Inhibition of Arousal ?.- The Djungarian Hamster is Sleep Deprived during Daily Torpor.- Neuropeptides and Neurotransmitters in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus: Relationship with the Hibernation Process.- Ultrastructure of Organs and Tissues during Hibernation.- Temperature Modulation of Glucocorticoid-receptor Affinity in a Hibernator, the European Ground Squirrel, and a Non-Hibernator, the Rat.- Follicular Development and Hibernation in European Ground Squirrels.- Effects of Hetastarch on Rewarming after Prolonged Deep Hypothermia in Rats.- Biochemical and Molecular Mechanisms of Torpor.- Gene Expression and Protein Adaptations in Mammalian Hibernation.- Quantitative and Qualitative Changes in Gene Expression during Hibernation in Golden-mantled Ground Squirrels.- Genetic Control of Carbon Utilization during Hibernation: Mechanistic Considerations.- Cellular Response to Metabolic Stress in Hibernating Mammals.- Gluconeogenesis in Brain and Liver During Daily Torpor in Deer Mice (Peromyscus maniculatus).- Cardiac Cyclic Nucleotide Phosphodiesterase (PDE) Activity in the European Hamster during Hibernation.- Temperature Dependence of Coupled and Uncoupled Oxidations in Brain Synaptosomes from Hibernators and Non-Hibernators.- Endogenous Changes in Hibernation-Specific Protein in Chipmunk Cerebrospinal Fluid.- Opioid-like Hibernation Factors Provide Protection to the Ischemic Myocardium.- Energy Balance and Cold Adaptation.- Is there a Life in the Cold without UCP1? Uncoupling Proteins and Thermoregulatory Thermogenesis.- Viral Labeling of the CNS Origins of the Sympathetic Nervous System Innervation of Brown Adipose Tissue: Implications for Torpor and Hibernation Responses.- Mitochondrial Proton Conductance, Standard
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