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Respiratory Quotients Tables XXXV-XXXVI (From Robbins and Gavan, 1969) Twenty-seven rhesus monkeys were used ranging from infancy to middle age. They were fed Purina Monkey Chow as a routine diet. At TABLE Animal no. 6 Respiratory quotient avg. D. 84 Avg. 73 Avg. 80 a From Robbins and Gavan, 1969. Animals 1 through 6 are wild-born. 07 40 G. H. M. M. the next day. Q's. Bruhn (1934-1935) measured the respiratory quotient of six rhesus monkeys and compared it with that for mangabeys, baboons, gibbons, orangutans, and chimpanzees.
Mulatta M. nemestrina M. fuscata M. speciosa M. radiata G n/ger a No. 3 (%) From Seaman and Malinow, 1968. G. H. D. D. D. 009 (%) 1. , 1972. Vt, tidal volume; f, respiration ratio; RMV, respiratory minute volume; DEDC, percentage of duration of the complete respiratory cycle; Vtp, pressure change between end tidal volume at inspiration and expiration; Cdyn(l), dynamic lung compliance; Rl(l), pulmonary resistance during inspiration; Rl(e), pulomary resistance during expiration; Rl, average pulmonary resistance; See also Banerjee, C.
Stinson and Smith (1970) gave a list of heart rates carried out on six rhesus monkeys at the 6571 st Aeromedical Research Laboratory. These animals were unanesthetized and were completely isolated in an environmental chamber for 72 hours in Foringer chairs with free access to food and water. The animals had 10 hours of darkness alternating with 14 hours of light. The heart rate was determined from electrocardiograms monitored with suture electrodes. Immediately after closing the door of the container the heart rate range was highest, 170-225.
Anatomy and Physiology by Geoffrey Bourne (Eds.)