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PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF THE OXYGEN ENSURANCE OF SOME INTERNAL ORGANS AND SKELETON MUSCULATURE OF THE DOGS UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF THE HIGHLAND AND MUSCLE ACTIVITY

By Mikhail Vasilievich Balukin

Abstract

The new knowledge about the mechanisms of satisfying the oxygen demand and the compensation of the tissue hypoxia in the visceral and somatic organs of the large mammals at rest and with muscle activity in the different terms of staying in the highland have been obtained. The results ensure the base for the development of methods preventing the development of the disadaptation processes in organs and tissues with the intensive muscle activity in the gighland. The results have been used in the Kirghizsky Centre of the Olimpian preparation of the sportsmen by the modern pertathlon and etc. The efficiency of the training process and the serviceability of the sportsmen have been increased under the plane conditions and in the mountainsAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06P - Physiology, BIOLOGY, PHYSICAL CULTURE AND SPORTS, ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
Year: 1992
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