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35. - - , - - , 1951: Influence of increasing temperature, 40 to 105F, on heat production and cardiorespiratory activities in Brown Swiss and Brahman cows and heifers. Ibid. no. 473. 36. - - , - - , and D. M. Worstell, 1949: Influence of temperature, 50 to 105F, on heat production and cardiorespiratory activities in dairy cattle. Ibid. no. 435. 37. Kleiber, M. and W. Regan, 1935 : Influence of temperature on respiration. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol. N. , 33, 10. 38. Lee, D. H. K. and R. W. Phillips, 1948: Assessment of the adaptability of livestock to climatic stress.
B. Frye, and G. W. Scott, 1951: Blood studies of Red Sindhi-Jersey crosses. I. Hemoglobin, hematocrit, plasma calcium and plasma inorganic phosphorus values of Red Sindhi and Jersey daughters, and their Jersey dams.!. , 34, 1145. 61. Seath, D. M. and G. D. Miller, 1946: Effect of warm weather on grazing performance of milking cows. , 29, 199. 62. - - , - - , 1946: The relative importance of high temperature and high humidity as factors influencing respiration rate, body temperature and pulse rate of dairy cows.