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|Name||Johansen Kjell, Prof. PhD (1932-1987)|
Department of Zoology
University of Aarhus
Labels: Field of research: Basic
|Johansen 1987 World as a laboratory||1987||Johansen K (1987) The August Krogh Lecture: The world as a laboratory. Physiological insights from nature's experiments. In: Advances in physiological research (McLennan H, Ledsome JR, McIntosh CHS, Jones DR, eds). Plenum Publishing Corporation:377-96.|
|Lomholt 1983 POS||1983||Lomholt JP, Johansen K (1983) The application of polarographic oxygen sensors for continuous assessment of gas exchange in aquatic animals. In: Polarographic Oxygen Sensors. Aquatic and Physiological Applications. Gnaiger E, Forstner H (eds), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: 127-133. Springer 127-133.|
|Storey 1979 Can J Zool||1979||Storey KB, Storey JM, Johansen K, Hochachka PW (1979) Octopine metabolism in Sepia officinalis: effect of hypoxia and metabolite loads on the blood levels of octopine and related compounds. Can J Zool 57:2331-6.|
Kjell Johansen Memorial Session at MiP2013
- Oxygen delivery and muscle OXPHOS
- Johansen K (1987) The August Krogh Lecture: The world as a laboratory. Physiological insights from nature's experiments. In: Advances in physiological research (McLennan H, Ledsome JR, McIntosh CHS, Jones DR, eds). Plenum Publishing Corporation:377-96. - »Bioblast link
Viking and Physiologist
- Wood S, Weber R, eds (1991) Strategies of Physiological Adaptation. Proceedings of the Kjell Johansen Memorial Symposium, Munksgard.
- The Kjell Johansen principle: Study exotic animals living in exotic places, or if those species are from Cleveland, choose another problem (Roy Weber, personal communication); if you can study an organism in Cleveland, study something else (Somero G, Suarez RK (2005) Annu Rev Physiol 67: 25-37.)
- Kjell Johansen had the degree Gand. Real, from Oslo, Norway. He has worked with many kinds of vertebrates and higher invertebrates. He was concerned with physiological phylogeny, and comparative cardiovascular physiology. He was at the University of Oslo, Institute for Experimental Medical Research, and moved to the University of Aarhus (adopted from http://archive.org/stream/comparativephysi01hann/comparativephysi01hann_djvu.txt).
- Dedicated to Kjell Johansen: Gnaiger E, Shick JM, Widdows J (1989) Metabolic microcalorimetry and respirometry of aquatic animals. In: Techniques in comparative respiratory physiology. An experimental approach. Bridges CR, Butler PJ (eds), Soc Exp Biol Seminar Series, Cambridge Univ Press, London:113-35. - »Bioblast link«
Complete publication list
- Taylor CR, Johansen K, Bolis L (1982) A Companion to Animal Physiology. Cambridge Univ Press: 384 pp. - Originally published in 1982, this book was designed to supplement Knut Schmidt-Nielsen's Animal Physiology. Using Schmidt-Nielsen's comparative approach to the study of animal form and function, the text pursues in greater detail topics introduced in Animal Physiology. Like the textbook, the Companion is organised according to major environmental features: oxygen, food and energy, temperature, and water, concluding with a section on movement and structure. The papers brought together in this volume were presented in July 1980 to honour Schmidt-Nielsen's sixty-fifth birthday, at the Fifth International Conference on Comparative Physiology, held in Sandbjerg, Denmark.
- Johansen K, Krog J (1959) Diurnal body temperature variations and hibernation in the birch mouse Sicista betulina. Am J Physiol 196: 1200.
- Johansen K (1961) Temperature regulation in the ninebanded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus mexicanus). Physiol Zool 34: 126-144.
- Lomholt JP, Johansen K (1983) The application of polarographic oxygen sensors for continuous assessment of gas exchange in aquatic animals. In: Polarographic Oxygen Sensors. Aquatic and Physiological Applications. Gnaiger E, Forstner H (eds), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: 127-133. Springer 127-133.