Accession Number : AD0437195


Title :   THE EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE IN MICE.


Descriptive Note : Progress rept.,


Corporate Author : KENT STATE UNIV OHIO


Personal Author(s) : Wilber,Charles G ; Payne,Herbert


Report Date : Jan 1964


Pagination or Media Count : 15


Abstract : Mice were forced to swim to exhaustion after administration of various doses of 10% ethanol intraperitoneally. Doses of 0.0 ml/mouse (controls) up to 1.2 ml/mouse were given. At a dose of about 0.7 ml/mouse, swimming time was significantly increased over controls. Doses of 1 ml/mouse or more depressed swimming time to virtually zero. The results are presented as an example of hormoligosis. (Author)


Descriptors :   *ETHANOLS , *SWIMMING , *ADRENAL CORTEX HORMONES , METABOLISM , PHYSIOLOGY , BIOSYNTHESIS , MICE , PHYSICAL FITNESS , EXERCISE(PHYSIOLOGY) , FATIGUE(PHYSIOLOGY)


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE