Endotherm: An endotherm is a warm-blooded animal (such as homo sapiens). Another term for us warm-blooded creatures is homeotherm. An endotherm or homeotherm is as opposed to a poikilotherm (an organism such as a frog that is cold-blooded) and a stenotherm (a creature that can only survive only with...
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An organism which is able to generate heat within itself to raise its body temperature significantly.
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An organism which is capable of generating its own body heat and maintaining a constant body temperature, a warm-blooded organism. ... A graph which shows the difference in temperature between a test compound and a reference compound that is thermally inert, when the compounds are both heated at the...
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(en´do-thәrm″) an animal that exhibits endothermy. homeotherm.
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endotherm A warm-blooded animal; such as, an organism that maintains its body temperature by producing heat within the body. Thermo Quiz #1 to check your thermo-word knowledge. Thermo Quiz #2 to check more of your thermo-word knowledge. Thermo Quiz #3 for additional thermo-words. Rela...
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An endotherm is an organism that produces heat through internal means, such as muscle shivering or increasing its metabolism (Greek: endon = "within", thermē = "heat"). The opposite of endothermy is ectothermy. ==Mechanisms== ===Generating and conserving heat=== Many endotherms have a larger numbe...
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`Warm-blooded`, or homeothermic, animal. Endotherms have internal mechanisms for regulating their body temperatures to levels different from the environmental temperature. See homeothermy
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An animal that maintains its body temperature at a relatively constant level by physiological means regardless of the temperature of the environment (also called warm-blooded)
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