Electrocardiograms and Metabolics: Using heart rate to assess metabolic rate changes in Lepomis macrochirus

Kelleher, Brendan J.


  • Swimming is a varied locomotive behavior performed by most fish that is crucial for feeding, avoiding predators, and find mates. Like other locomotive behaviors across other species, swimming is energetically costly with blood flow and oxygen consumption connected to the overall ability of a fish to meet energetic needs. While metabolic rate in humans and other animals can be measured through ... read more
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