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Physiological changes in the running greyhound (Canis domesticus): influence of race length

, : Physiological changes in the running greyhound (Canis domesticus): influence of race length. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, Comparative Physiology 100(3): 623-627

1. Racing greyhounds were allowed to run 402 m, 503 m, and 704 m to determine the influence of increased race length on physiological changes during and after exercise. 2. Plasma and whole blood variables that changed significantly with increased race length were [K+], [total protein], [lactate], hematocrit, and arterial pH. 3. Those variables that changed with increased race distance showed no indication of reaching a plateau; thus, the maximum changes that these variables might undergo with longer exercise duration remains unknown.


PMID: 1685974

DOI: 10.1016/0300-9629(91)90380-U

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