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Urban populations in metropolitan areas with growing economies, especially in metropolitan areas with rising economies, are vulnerable to the combined effects of global warming, urbanization, and demographic transition. It is critical to assess urban climatic risks and populations at risk in relation to urban growth trends and spatial planning to inform climate change adaptation and spatial planning. We found urban clusters with a variety of growth patterns. Our findings show that development patterns significantly influence human vulnerability to heat stress, including elder cities and undeveloped areas with less diverse land uses, for example.
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Heat exposure has also been shown to reduce intestinal permeability. The aim of this retrospective field study was to determine serum zonulin levels and their relationship to seasonal dissipation in appearently healthy calves. As two months spanned two seasons, serum zonulin concentrations in January 2022 and June 2022 varied greatly. 19. 16 vs. 24. 03&plus million; respectively; 9. 9, respectively; on the other hand, at the June group the mean zonulin levels at 12 p. m. and 08. 00 am were 58. 54 vs. 24. 03&plus million; 9. 9; respectively.
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