By S. H. Wright (auth.)
Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology offers complete, built-in reports giving sound, severe, and provocative summaries of our current wisdom in environmental and comparative body structure, from the molecular to the organismic point. the sector has now won the foreign prestige it merits and the association of a sequence dedicated to it's very well timed in view of its genuine fast improvement. Biologists, physiologists, and biochemists, independently in their uncomplicated clinical orientation, will locate this new sequence of significant interest.
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Elsevier, Amsterdam New York, pp 225-234 Beckman AL, Stanton TL (1982) Properties of the CNS during the state of hibernation. In: Beckman AL (ed) The neural basis of behavior. Spectrum, New York, pp 19 - 45 Beckman AL, L1ados-Eckman C, Stanton TL, Adler MW (1981) Physical dependence on morphine fails to develop during the hibernating state. Science 212:1527 -1529 Behrisch HW (1978) Metabolic economy at the biochemical level: the hibernator. In: Wang LCH, Hudson JW (eds) Strategies in cold: natural torpidity and thermogenesis.
Although not ruling out entirely the possible contribution of thermally induced mobility change of the annulus lipids in limiting the catalytic function of the enzyme, the authors consider it unlikely a mechanism since such a change would have also been reflected in the overall protein mobility measurements. The authors favor the view that subtle structural changes in the protein's active site or protein-lipid interface or a change in protein-protein association in the presence of ligands in the enzymatic reaction may be the reason that the nonlinear Arrhenius plot is seen in the activity of the SR Ca2 + -ATPase.
78% in eight of nine nonhibernators (Willis et al. 1980). These results suggest that retention of a greater Na + pump activity at low temperature appears to be a consistent trend in the hibernators, although this is not universal. Further studies (Ellory and Willis 1982; Willis 1986) on the kinetics of the Na + pump indicate that a temperature decrease from 37° to 5°C increases the Na + pump affinity for external K + and internal Na + in both hibernators and nonhibernators. The number of ouabain binding sites per cell or the amount of ouabain bound to cell at 37° and 5°C are also similar for the two groups.
Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology by S. H. Wright (auth.)