Seasonal changes in immune function

Author: R.J. Nelson and G.E. Demas
Abstract: Winter is energetically demanding. Physiological and behavioural adaptations have evolved among nontropical animals to cope with winter because thermoregulatory demands increase when food availability decreases. Seasonal breeding is central within the s
Keywords: inhibition, reproduction, immune system function, seasonal, short days, mammals, animals, photoperio
Publication: Quarterly Review of Biology Volume 71 Number 4 December 1966 511-548

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