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  • U of G Researchers Learn How Low Oxygen Builds a Bigger, Stronger Alligator Heart

    U of G Researchers Learn How Low Oxygen Builds a Bigger, Stronger Alligator Heart

    Restricted oxygen during early life development might result in lasting heart damage for many creatures, but not for alligators. Low oxygen doesn’t hurt their hearts; it makes them stronger. Now, University of Guelph researchers are beginning to understand why, pinpointing how alligator hearts benefit from tough early conditions in the …

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