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so-called warm-blooded animals; that is, those that maintain a constant body temperature independent of the environment. The endotherms primarily include the birds and mammals; however, some fish are also endothermic. If heat loss exceeds heat generation, metabolism increases to make up the loss or the animal shivers to raise its body temperature. If heat...
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Endotherm: hibernation of endothermic animals ... Endotherm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... endotherm - definition of endotherm by the Free Online ...
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Endotherm or Ectotherm? By Cindy Grigg. There are five major groups of vertebrate ... An endotherm is an animal that can control its internal body temperature. ...
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... at temperatures slightly below the single endotherm observed upon heating. ... time, one observes a single heating endotherm as before, but two sharp exotherms ...
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An endotherm is an animal that creates body heat from the internal processes of metabolism. ... the metabolic rate of an endotherm at rest, with nothing in ...
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