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Poikilothermic


A poikilotherm is an animal whose internal temperature varies along with that of the ambient environmental temperature. Most, but not all, ectotherms are poikilothermic. The opposite of poikilothermy is homeothermy, referring to animals that maintain a constant body...
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poikilothermic. poilu. poinciana. poind. poinsettia. point. point after. point-and-click ... poikilothermic ... fish are all poikilothermic. [Late 19th century. ...
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Poi·ki·lo·ther·mal (-th ẽ r'm a l) , Poi·ki·lo·ther ... animals need to eat far more than poikilothermic animals? Read answer... are poikilothermic what ...
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cold-blooded adj. Lacking feeling or emotion: a cold-blooded killer. ... poikilothermic organisms. Cold-blooded could also refer to: ...
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Poikilothermic - Definition of Poikilothermic at Dictionary.com a free online ... poikilothermic poi·ki·lo·ther·mic (poi'kə-lō-thûr'mĭk) or poi·ki·lo·ther·mal (-m ...
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poikilothermic synonyms, poikilothermic antonyms. Information about poikilothermic in the free ... poikilothermic - of animals except birds and mammals; ...
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ectotherms, animals — the other vertebrates and the invertebrates — that secure ... Ectotherms are "cold-blooded" or poikilothermic. ...
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about.png! What is ILCYM? Insect Life Cycle Modeling is a software that helps define phenological models of poikilothermic organism (insects) based on temperature ...
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... multitissue analysis of the transcriptome of a poikilothermic vertebrate ... such as yeast and a higher organism like carp suggest that all poikilothermic ...
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a. The poikilothermic animal has its temperature regulated by the environment. ... temperature drops, the metabolism rate in the poikilothermic animal drops. ...
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1. Scientific evidence supports the theory that birds evolved from _. protozoans mammals amphibians reptiles 2. Feathers and hair are composed of a protein ...
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... Center | Glossary | Poikilothermic. Browse by Letter ... Poikilothermic. having an unregulated body temperature that varies with the temperature of the ...
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Poikilothermic organisms, commonly referred to as 'cold-blooded' organisms, are ... In general, poikilothermic animals do not use their metabolisms to heat or ...
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poikilothermic vertebrates and invertebrates ... aquatic animals are poikilothermic (cold-blooded) ... From this point of view, the welfare of poikilothermic ...
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... lobsters (crustaceans) etc. are poikilothermic and their body temperature is the ... Warm-blooded animals like us (mammals) maintain a steady ...
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Studies in poikilothermic species show that biological processes have in general ... efficiency of skeletal muscle of poikilothermic and homeothermic species. ...
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All fish are poikilothermic and must be able to ... All fish are poikilothermic and must be able to adapt to changes in water temperature. ...
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