What is physiologging? Introduction to the theme issue, part 2.

Published on Aug 16, 2021in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B5.68
· DOI :10.1098/RSTB.2021.0028
Lucy A. Hawkes24
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(University of Exeter),
A. Fahlman1
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,
Katsufumi Sato48
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(UTokyo: University of Tokyo)
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Abstract
The physiological mechanisms by which animals regulate energy expenditure, respond to stimuli and stressors, and maintain homeostasis at the tissue, organ and whole organism levels can be described...
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