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Auteur (up) Aujard, F.; Seguy, M.; Terrien, J.; Botalla, R.; Blanc, S.; Perret, M. openurl 
  Titre Behavioral thermoregulation in a non human primate: Effects of age and photoperiod on temperature selection Type Article scientifique
  Année 2006 Publication Experimental Gerontology Revue Abrégée  
  Volume 41 Numéro 8 Pages 784-792  
  Résumé Deficits in autonomic thermoregulatory capacities have been identified in aged humans and animals, but little is known about the effect of aging on behavioral thermoregulation and the potential effect of season. Preferred ambient temperature (T.) in a thermal gradient (available T(a)s from 10 to 30 degrees C) was measured in the mouse lemur, a nocturnal Malagasy primate. Male mouse lemurs (40 adults and 40 aged) were studied under short (SP, resting season) and long photoperiod (LP, breeding season). Additionally, daily body temperature rhythm was telemetrically recorded in 30 individuals of both age categories. In adults exposed to SP, a choice for warm climates was observed, with a mean diurnal T-a of 26 degrees C. Day-night differences in selected Ta occurred only in animals exposed to SP. In LP, selection of a warm environment did not seem to be a necessary factor for maintenance of normothermia. Aged animals selected warmer Ts than adults during the night like during the day, whatever the photoperiod. In relation to changes in body temperature rhythm according to age, aged animals would select warmer environments possibly to compensate autonomic deficiencies. Further studies on age-related changes in hormonal and cellular functions involved in energy balance and thermoregulation will help decipher the causes of insufficient responses to thermal stress observed in the elderly. (c) 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.  
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