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Record #179588:

Basal metabolic rate of Canidae from hot deserts to cold Arctic climates / Vincent Careau, Julie Morand-Ferron, Don Thomas.

Title: Basal metabolic rate of Canidae from hot deserts to cold Arctic climates / Vincent Careau, Julie Morand-Ferron, Don Thomas.
Author(s): Careau, Vincent.
Morand-Ferron, Julie.
Thomas, Don.
Date: 2007.
In: Journal of Mammalogy. (2007.), Vol. 88(2) (2007)
Abstract: Reviews literature and compares 24 data sets available on basal metabolic rate (BMR) of 12 canid species, accounting for body mass and climate, to examine inter- and intra-specific variations in mass-adjusted BMR between two extreme climates (hot desert and Arctic). Finds that canids from Arctic climate zone have significantly higher mass-adjusted BMR than species from hot deserts.
Notes:

Journal of Mammalogy. Vol. 88(2) :394-400 (2007).

Keywords: 551.58 -- Climatology.
59 -- Zoology.
591.1 -- Animal physiology.
591.9 -- Animal distribution.
599.742.1 -- Canidae.
H6 -- Zoology: mammals.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 179588

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