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Record #177240:

Antarctic fish: survival and performance at -1.86°C / Craig E. Franklin, Michael Axelsson, Lena Sundin, William Davison.

Title: Antarctic fish: survival and performance at -1.86°C / Craig E. Franklin, Michael Axelsson, Lena Sundin, William Davison.
Author(s): Franklin, Craig E.
Axelsson, Michael.
Sundin, Lena.
Davison, William.
Date: 2004.
Publisher: Göteborg, Sweden: Royal Society of Arts and Sciences
In: Antarctic challenges. Historical and current perspectives on Otto Nordenskjöld's Antarctic expedition, 1901-1903. (2004.),
Abstract: Discusses cardiovascular function and locomotor performance in Antarctic fish, including freeze avoidance; temperature adaptation; burst and sustained swimming performance; cardiac outputs and vascular resistances; and role of haematocrit in rest, stress or exercise. Suggests that traits observed may have evolved as result of adaptation to low temperatures, or may be persistent ancestral traits of notothenioid fish group which have evolved for different function.
Notes:

In: Antarctic challenges. Historical and current perspectives on Otto Nordenskjöld's Antarctic expedition, 1901-1903 / Aant Elzinga, Torgny Nordin, David Turner, Urban Wråkberg, eds.

Keywords: 574.2.045 -- Organisms, influence of temperature.
536.48 -- Low temperature phenomena in living things.
597 -- Fish.
597.583.1 -- Nototheniiformes.
575.8 -- Phylogeny.
575.826 -- Biological adaptation.
591.173 -- Swimming.
591.11 -- Blood, body fluids and circulation.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1901-03 Nordenskjöld.
H4 -- Zoology: fish.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 177240

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