..., and amphibians are examples of ectotherms.
Whereas an endotherm, or warm-blooded animal will use up to 98% of its energy for heat production, an ectotherm
has all this energy available for activity, growth, repair and reproduction.
Types of temperature control
Examples of this temperature control ...
...rking of the higher nerve-centres puts the animal back again, for the time being, on to a lower plane of evolution.
Main article: ectotherm
Even though fishes are ectotherms some have developed the ability to remain functional even when the water temperature is below freezing and some e...
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" ... 3.2 Ectotherms . 3.2.1 Ectothermic cooling. 3.2.2 Ectothermic heating (or ... Thermoregulation in both ectotherms and endotherms...