A Study of Temperature Regulation in Yemenite and Kurdish Jews in Israel
作者: R. H. FoxZ. Even-PazPatricia M. WoodwardJ. W. Jack
刊名: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (1934-1990), 1973, Vol.266 (876), pp.149-168
来源数据库: Royal Society
DOI: 10.1098/rstb.1973.0044
原始语种摘要: Temperature regulation has been studied in 34 Yemenite Jews and 33 Kurdish Jews, including both men and women, using a standard thermoregulatory function test based on an air conditioned bed. The subjects were first tested at the Negev Institute for Arid Zone Research in the hot summer of 1968 and a proportion were then retested 6 months later in the cooler winter weather. The results reveal no differences between the Kurdish Jews and Yemenite Jews in thermoregulatory function. The women of both ethnic groups had much lower sweat rates, stored more heat before sweating was initiated and had higher skin temperatures at sweat onset than the men. These sex differences are discussed in relation to previous studies on the differences in temperature regulation between European men and women....
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  • sweat 
  • lower 降下
  • Temperature 温度
  • whereas 鉴于
  • tested 已试验的
  • summer 
  • stored 贮藏了的
  • less 更少的
  • regulation 
  • higher