Knut Schmidt-Nielsen

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Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Barbara A. Block grad student Duke
Peter W. Hochachka grad student (Marine Ecology Tree)
Victor H. Hutchison grad student Duke (Evolution Tree)
James L. Larimer grad student Duke
William A. Calder grad student 1963-1966 (Evolution Tree)
Berry Pinshow grad student 1972-1975 Duke
C. Richard Taylor research scientist Duke
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Schmidt-Nielsen K. (1994) About curiosity and being inquisitive. Annual Review of Physiology. 56: 1-12
Schroter RC, Robertshaw D, Baker MA, et al. (1987) Respiration in heat stressed camels. Respiration Physiology. 70: 97-112
Jones JH, Effmann EL, Schmidt-Nielsen K. (1985) Lung volume changes during respiration in ducks. Respiration Physiology. 59: 15-25
Jones JH, Grubb B, Schmidt-Nielsen K. (1983) Panting in the emu causes arterial hypoxemia. Respiration Physiology. 54: 189-95
Larochelle J, Delson J, Schmidt-Nielsen K. (1982) Temperature regulation in the black vulture ( Coragyps atratus). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 60: 491-494
Jones JH, Effmann EL, Schmidt-Nielsen K. (1981) Control of air flow in bird lungs: radiographic studies. Respiration Physiology. 45: 121-31
Schmidt-Nielsen K. (1981) Countercurrent systems in animals. Scientific American. 244: 118-28
Schmidt-Nielsen K, Schroter RC, Shkolnik A. (1981) Desaturation of exhaled air in camels. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 211: 305-19
Schmidt-Nielsen K, Crawford EC, Hammel HT. (1981) Respiratory water loss in camels. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 211: 291-303
Langman VA, Maloiy GM, Schmidt-Nielsen K, et al. (1979) Nasal heat exchange in the giraffe and other large mammals. Respiration Physiology. 37: 325-33
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