By S. H. Wright (auth.)
Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology offers entire, built-in stories giving sound, serious, and provocative summaries of our current wisdom in environmental and comparative body structure, from the molecular to the organismic point. the sphere has now won the foreign prestige it merits and the association of a sequence dedicated to it's very well timed in view of its real speedy improvement. Biologists, physiologists, and biochemists, independently in their uncomplicated medical orientation, will locate this new sequence of significant interest.
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The reason for this difference is presently unknown but it is not related to the blockage of converting the E2 (K+-binding) to El (Na+-binding) form at low temperature, but may be related to alteration in partial fluxes between K + : K + and Na + : Na + exchange (Ellory and Willis 1982) or the distribution of pump cycle intermediates between the two species (Willis 1986). With regards to the pass permeability for K +, there are at least three pathways present in the red blood cell (Willis 1986).
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