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This large difference could reflect biological variation, or differences in the method of measuring oxygen uptake during the exercise test. 5 mL/kg. 2 L/minute) after 30 minutes of exercise (see Fig. 5). Dehydration resulted in higher temperatures in the middle gluteal muscle and pulmonary artery during exercise, but temperatures in the superficial thoracic vein and at subcutaneous sites on the neck and back were not significantly different. Sweating rates were also similar in control and dehydrated horses, and it was concluded that the impairment of thermoregulation was primarily due to decreased transfer of heat from core to periphery.
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