By Geoffrey Bourne (Eds.)
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Anatomical and Physiological Data 45 deLorge and Thach (1972) gave the heart rates of three rhesus monkeys implanted with electrocardiogram transmitters. No details of the monkeys were given. Resting heart rate ranges of 70 to 120, 76 to 180, and 72 to 150 were recorded. One animal which paced up and down in its cage gave a heart rate of 150 to 200. Two other animals were exercised by requiring them to push levers up and down; these gave heart rates of 150 to 250 and 140 to 270, respectively, during exercise.
Stippled portions indicate shadows of new ossification centers. Inset diagram shows, to scale, the actual size and proportions at this age. 27 Fig. 4. Ossification in the 70-day monkey fetus. Solid portions indicate bone formed earlier; stippled portions indicate new ossification centers or recent extension of pre-existing centers. Inset as described in Fig. 3. Fig. 5. Fig. 4. Ossification in the 90-day monkey fetus. See description of CO f ϊ £»5fe QS$ ^s Fig. 6. Ossification in the 100-day monkey fetus.
2 Base excess, (mEq/liter) 43 1. Anatomical and Physiological Data TABLE XXXIX Animal No. 355 From Parer,1967. The 0 2 dissociation curves produced by plotting these figures is considerably to the right of one given by Behrman et al. (1963) for a pregnant rhesus monkey. b G. H. Bourne 44 Both species of monkeys compared w i t h man showed a mild metabolic alkalosis with calculated base excess of approximately 4 - 5 m E q / liter of whole b l o o d . A similarity exists between respiratory gas tensions in these animals and those of normal resting man.
Anatomy and Physiology by Geoffrey Bourne (Eds.)