Animal physiology is the scientific study of how the bodies of animals function. How does an animal breathe, develop, eat and digest, reproduce, control its activities? The field encompasses the molecular, cellular, tissue and organ systems of animals.#
Current Research in Animal Physiology looks at an eclectic selection of studies in animal physiology, including how animals adapt to their physical environments, how human interaction can affect animal functioning, and much more.
- Urban Physiology: City Ants Possess High Heat Tolerance
- Effects of Insemination Quantity on Honey Bee Queen Physiology
- Acute Heat Stress Brings Down Milk Secretion in Dairy Cows by Up-Regulating the Activity of the Milk-Borne Negative Feedback Regulatory System
- Relationships Among Body Mass, Brain Size, Gut Length, and Blood Tryptophan and Serotonin in Young Wild-Type Mice
- Direct Visualization of Hemolymph Flow in the Heart of a Grasshopper (Schistocerca americana)
- The Sweet Taste Quality Is Linked to a Cluster of Taste Fibers in Primates: Lactisole Diminishes Preference and Responses to Sweet in S fibers (Sweet Best) Chorda Tympani Fibers of M. fascicularis Monkey
- Male Silver Eels Mature by Swimming
- A Model for the Detection of Moving Targets in Visual Clutter Inspired by Insect Physiology
- Exercise Training Improves Relaxation Response and SOD-1 Expression in Aortic and Mesenteric Rings from High Caloric Diet-Fed Rat
- Association and Haplotype Analyses of Positional Candidate Genes in Five Genomic Regions Linked to Scrotal Hernia in Commercial Pig Lines
- Genesis of Neuronal and Glial Progenitors in the Cerebellar Cortex of Peripuberal and Adult Rabbits
- Equine CTNNB1 and PECAM1 Nucleotide Structure and Expression Analyses in an Experimental Model of Normal and Pathological Wound Repair
- Whole Body Mechanics of Stealthy Walking in Cats
- Metabolic Adaptations to Repeated Periods of Contraction with Reduced Blood Flow in Canine Skeletal Muscle
- A Constant Light-Genetic Screen Identifies KISMET as a Regulator of Circadian Photoresponses
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Dr. Victor S. Lamoureux received his master's degree in teaching biology and his PhD in biology from the State University of New York at Binghamton, USA. His research studies involve the ecology and overwintering behavior of the green frog, Rana clamitans. He is a Professor of Biology with the State University system in Binghamton, New York, USA.