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Experiments were carried out on male rabbits, anesthetized with urethane, bilaterally vagotomized, paralysed and artificially ventilated. The preoptic area (POA) was stimulated at three different levels of CO2: in hypo- normo- and hypercapnia under normothermia, moderate hyperthermia and hyperthermia. Changes in central respiratory activity (monitored by phrenic nerve activity) due to CO2 levels, stimulation of the POA during normothermia and progressively increased body temperature werepmid:1163305 fatcat:e74xmiq3yze7rdqv4dy5i4gr4a