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Research of Interindividual Differences in Physiological Response under Hot-Dry and Warm-Wet Climates


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School of Environment Science and Engineering, Tianjin University, 92 Weijin Road, Tianjin 300072, China





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Abstract Somatotype and habitus parameters may affect physiological control system, so the changes of physiological parameters are not the same when various people work in hot-dry and warm-wet climates. In this paper, a chamber built in Tianjin University was used to simulate comfortable, hot-dry and warm-wet climates. Sixty healthy university students were selected as subjects who were divided into four groups based on somatotype and habitus differences. The subjects were asked to exercise on a treadmill at moderate and heavy work intensities. Physiological parameters rectal temperature and heart rate were measured after every 10-min work in the climate chamber. For different groups, the change trends of physiological parameters were different. With the enhancement of experimental conditions, the differences among four groups were weakened. Body surface area per unit of body mass BSA-mass, percentage of body fat %fat, and maximum oxygen consumption per unit of body mass VO2max-mass were adopt to establish a revised body characteristic index RBCI. RBCI was proved having significant correlation with physiological parameters, which means RBCI as the combined factors of somatotype and habitus parameters can be applied to evaluate the effect of individual characteristics on physiological systems. View Full-Text

Keywords: hot-dry and warm-wet climates; somatotype and habitus parameters; rectal temperature; heart rate; RBCI hot-dry and warm-wet climates; somatotype and habitus parameters; rectal temperature; heart rate; RBCI





Autor: Shilei Lu * , Linwei Sun, Huaiyu Peng and Liran Ji

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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