IUPS Commission on Comparative Physiology
1972, Aquasparta (Italy), as a joint commission of B-XB2752 - International Union of Physiological Sciences (IUPS), B-XB2698 - International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS) and C-XC2766 - International Union for Pure and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB). From 2002, Commission VII of IUPS. Previously also referred to as Inter-Union Commission on Comparative Physiology and as IUBS-IUPS-IUPAB Commission on Comparative Physiology: Evolution, Adaptation and Environment.
Foster activities within comparative physiology, broadly defined; facilitate exchange of ideas in this area.
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Sections (5), each with a Head and 5-8 Advisory Members:
- Ecological / Evolutionary;
- Thermal - previously U-XE2110 - IUPS Commission on Thermal Physiology; >
- Gravitational - previously U-XE3192 - IUPS Commission on Gravitational Physiology;
- Environment - previously U-XE7093 - IUPS Commission on Environmental Physiology;
- Undersea - previously U-XE0192 - IUPS Commission on Undersea Physiology and Medicine.
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