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Laboratory induced changes in the heart rate of lymnaea stagnalis

Laboratory induced changes in the heart rate of lymnaea stagnalis

Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 58(1): 43-46

Thermal acclimation induces significant changes in the heart rate-temperature relation of L. stagnalis. Resistance adaptations occur at both temperature extremes but there is no evidence for capacity adaptation. An acclimation temperature of 20.degree. C induces a bimodality in the rate-temperature curve similar to that sometimes found in seasonally adapted snails. Various similarities exist in the changes in heart rate function induced by seasonal and experimental acclimations. Capacity adaptation, is present only in seasonally adapted snails, suggesting that acclimation to temperature alone is not sufficient to produce this response.

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