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Respiratory gas exchange of high altitude adapted chick embryos



Respiratory gas exchange of high altitude adapted chick embryos



Respiration Physiology 21(1): 61-70



Gas exchange by embryos from fowl acclimatized to an altitude of 3800m was studied. Oxygen tension and CO2 tension differences across the egg-shell were less than sea-level values by a factor of two.

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Accession: 000485347

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PMID: 4846939

DOI: 10.1016/0034-5687(74)90007-3



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