28- Termoregulation I-basics-cold 09short

28- Termoregulation I-basics-cold 09short - Reading...

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Unformatted text preview: Reading Assignments (October 26, 30) Readings for lectures (Oct 26-28) and discussion section (Oct 29-30) on human adaptation to thermal stress – Frisancho (2006) Textbook: Ch 18, 19 – Mazess (1978) posted on Blackboard Next week (Nov 2-6) Monday’s lecture (Nov 2) given by David Brown Read Frisancho, chapter 13 Flinn et al (2005) pp 11-22 . Wednesday (Nov 4)- Review session for Prelim II Friday (Nov 6)- Prelim II Everyone report to 1245 Riley-Robb Hall for the Prelim Human Adaptation to Temperature Extremes Principles of Thermoregulation NS/Anth 2750 Human Biology & Evolution October 28, 2009 Human Temperature Regulation Why is it important to the study of human adaptability to temperature extremes? • Pervasive stress that probably had influence throughout hominid evolution • Clear demonstration of underlying physiology • clear demonstration of the role and effectiveness of behavioral buffers Heat Production Basal Metabolic Rate Muscular Activity Hormones Diet Inducted Thermogenisis Postural changes...
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