Overstimulation of nicotinic cholinergic receptors in sympathetic nervous system and somatic motor nerves leads to symptoms such as tachycardia, piloerection
, sweating, twitching and muscle fasciculation.
loosens the telogen hairs, and some fall out.
GOOSE BUMPS ALSO known as piloerection
, goose bumps pop up when you're cold or afraid.
Goose bumps, also known as piloerection
, pop up when you're cold or afraid.
is self-perpetuating in these high-shed cats.
The rats clinical evaluation of toxicity included daily weight observations and inspection for any occurrence of abortions, bleeding, weight-loss, diarrhea, piloerection
, and ataxia during the gestational and post-partum period (MANSON; KANG, 1994).
In tassel-eared squirrels (Sciurus aberti), tail piloerection
increases with agitation (Farentinos, 1974).
In the present study, the rats that underwent CLP exhibited signs such as piloerection
, curling, fatigue, and hypokinesia, eating less, weight loss, shortness of breath, severe bleeding in snouts and inner canthi, and trembling.
Roughness of hair coat or piloerection
related to the treatment of LTE was noted as physiological alteration.
Autonomic seizures- piloerection
, epigastic rising, bizarre heart racing
Feinstein & Miskiewicz (2010) describe the necessary compensatory measures of piloerection
, vasoconstriction and shivering that maintain adequate internal temperature for vital organ survival.
("goose bumps") causes one's body hair follicles to become erect and has been linked to adaptive thermoregulation.