... quickly to the ambient temperature.
, or warm-blooded, animals also make use of these ... on hot days in the desert sun , and most homeothermic
animals can shiver.
Poikilotherms often have ... eat only 1/3 to 1/10 of the food needed by homeothermic
It is ...
... A warm-blooded ( homeothermic
) animal is one that can keep its core body temperature at a nearly constant level regardless of the temperature of the surrounding environment ...
... heat at all atmospheres" and "animals of a heat variable with every atmosphere," but later Bergmann suggested that they should be known as " homeothermic
" and " poikilothermic " animals. But it must be remembered there is no hard and fast line between the two groups. Also, from work done by J. O. ...
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... Studies in poikilothermic species show that biological processes have in general ... efficiency of skeletal muscle of poikilothermic and homeothermic
species. ... All fish are poikilothermic and must be able to ... All fish are poikilothermic and must be able to adapt to changes in ...