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- Nataša, Ristić, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Acta veterinaria 2017 v.67 no.4 pp. 495-507
- adults; ambient temperature; climate; corticotropin; heat; males; rats; secretion; summer
- ... In areas with moderate continental climate, increased average ambient temperature during the summer represents a stressogenic factor that affects the hypothalamo-pituitaryadrenocortical axis in mammals. Therefore, we wanted to examine the effects of 4 days of constant exposure to moderately elevated ambient temperature (35 ± 1oC) on the histomorphometric and immunofl uorescent characteristics, as ...