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Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology, ISSN 1095-6433, 02/2016, Volume 192, pp. 64 - 78
OCLTT | Respiration physiology | Crustaceans | Insects | Hyperoxia | Thermal biology | Hypoxia | Heat tolerance | Cardiovascular capacity | Ventilation | Climate warming | Circulation | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology | Physiology | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Zoology | Science & Technology | Arthropods - physiology | Oxygen - pharmacology | Climate | Temperature | Oxygen - physiology | Aquatic Organisms - physiology | Arthropods - metabolism | Oxygen Consumption - physiology | Animals | Crustacea - physiology | Body Temperature Regulation - drug effects | Insecta - physiology | Acclimatization - drug effects | Acclimatization - physiology | Index Medicus | CTmin, critical thermal minimum — as for CTmax, but reflecting the cold tolerance | SMR, standard metabolic rate — the minimum rate of oxygen consumption needed to sustain life in resting, post-absorptive organisms at a given temperature | Tpejus, pejus temperature — the temperature beyond which aerobic metabolism declines rapidly and hypoxemia sets in | Review | SMR, relative aerobic scope, sometimes also referred to as factorial aerobic scope | OCLTT, hypothesis, oxygen and capacity limited thermal tolerance hypothesis | MMR | Topt, optimal temperature — the temperature where an organism can achieve maximum aerobic scope (MMR − SMR) | MMR − SMR, absolute aerobic scope (AAS) | MMR, maximum metabolic rate — the maximum rate at which oxygen can be consumed at a given temperature | Tcrit, critical temperature — the temperature beyond which aerobic metabolism is no longer sufficient to cover energy demand and anaerobic metabolism sets in | CTmax, critical thermal maximum — an empirical endpoint of heat tolerance found in heating trials where the temperature is ramped up, indicating the temperature at which the animal becomes moribund and can no longer escape the adverse temperatures
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