Exercise-induced changes in blood composition of racing reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.)

Exercise-induced changes in blood composition of racing reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.) P&G, A. Reeta, Mauri Niemen, Satu Sankari, and Timo Soveri. composition (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.). Am. J. Physiol. 267 (Regulatory tegrative Comp. Physiol. 36): R1209R1216,1994.-The responses to near-maximal exercise before and after the trag and racg season were examed . The were tested when pullg a driver at a speed of 11-12 m/s for 600 m. The lactate responses were higher before than after trag. Similarly, the accumulation of uric acid, a breakdown product of ATP, became attenuated after trag. The serum concentrations of nonesterified fatty acids decreased or did not change after exercise, although an crease the glycerol concentration dicates activation of lipolysis. The concentration of alane creased after both tests, and at rest the concentrations of several amo acids, e.g., glutame, isoleuce, and tyrose, were higher and the concentrations of serum prote and urea were lower durg sprg than at the begng of the trag period. It can be concluded that the carbohydrate metabolism of the responds to exercise and trag similarly to that other athletic species, but further studies are needed to expla the observed lipid and prote metabolites. amo ketone acids; triglycerides; nonesterified fatty acids; lactate; bodies; urea; hypoxanthe; uric acid; allanto stressful event, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AJP - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology The American Physiological Society

Exercise-induced changes in blood composition of racing reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.)

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P&G, A. Reeta, Mauri Niemen, Satu Sankari, and Timo Soveri. composition (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.). Am. J. Physiol. 267 (Regulatory tegrative Comp. Physiol. 36): R1209R1216,1994.-The responses to near-maximal exercise before and after the trag and racg season were examed . The were tested when pullg a driver at a speed of 11-12 m/s for 600 m. The lactate responses were higher before than after trag. Similarly, the accumulation of uric acid, a breakdown product of ATP, became attenuated after trag. The serum concentrations of nonesterified fatty acids decreased or did not change after exercise, although an crease the glycerol concentration dicates activation of lipolysis. The concentration of alane creased after both tests, and at rest the concentrations of several amo acids, e.g., glutame, isoleuce, and tyrose, were higher and the concentrations of serum prote and urea were lower durg sprg than at the begng of the trag period. It can be concluded that the carbohydrate metabolism of the responds to exercise and trag similarly to that other athletic species, but further studies are needed to expla the observed lipid and prote metabolites. amo ketone acids; triglycerides; nonesterified fatty acids; lactate; bodies; urea; hypoxanthe; uric acid; allanto stressful event,

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AJP - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative PhysiologyThe American Physiological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1994

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