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Response of European wild boar (Sus scrofa L.) to locomotor stress. II. Circulation variables, glucose and lactic acid levels in blood plasma, and acid-base state of the blood



Response of European wild boar (Sus scrofa L.) to locomotor stress. II. Circulation variables, glucose and lactic acid levels in blood plasma, and acid-base state of the blood



Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 31(3): 455-463



Eight wild boar (64 kg) were subjected to locomotor stress (2.5 metres/second for 10 minutes at 12-18 deg C and relative humidity 55-75%). Results were as follows. Rectal temperature rose during exercise from 38.7 deg C to a maximum of 39.4 deg C (at 10 minutes), termination of exercise causing a gradual decline after 30 minutes to 39.25 deg C.

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