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WHAT DOES ENDOTHERM MEAN IN ENGLISH?
An endotherm is an organism that maintains its body at a metabolically favourable temperature, largely by the use of heat set free by its internal bodily functions instead of relying almost purely on ambient heat. Such internally generated heat is mainly an incidental product of the animal's routine metabolism, but under conditions of excessive cold or low activity an endotherm might apply special mechanisms adapted specifically to heat production. Examples include special-function muscular exertion such as shivering, and uncoupled oxidative metabolism such as within brown adipose tissue. In common parlance, endotherms are characterized as "warm-blooded." The opposite of endothermy is ectothermy, although there is no absolute or clear separation between the nature of endotherms and ectotherms in general.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOTHERM» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about endotherm
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOTHERM»
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Life: The Science of Biology
(A) 40 37 _ 30 O (B) Mouse (endotherm) The body temperature of an endotherm
remains constant. . . .while that of an ectotherm equilibrates to the environmental
temperature. 10 20 30 Environmental temperature (°C) 40 While this is true for ...
Perry S. Barboza, Katherine L. Parker, Ian D. Hume, 2008
Life: The Science of Biology: Volume III: Plants and Animals
The basal metabolic rate of an endotherm is about six times greater than the
metabolic rate of an ectotherm of the same size and at the same body
temperature (see Figure 41.7b). A gram of mouse tissue consumes energy at a
much higher ...
William K. Purves, Gordon H. Orians, David Sadava, 2003
Soil Chemical Analysis: Advanced Course
The coincidence of the 150 to 240°C endotherm of montmorillonite and
vermiculite with that of halloysite and allophane necessitates x-ray diffraction
analysis (Chapter 4). The hydroxyl endotherm temperature is fairly diagnostic of
the species ...
Marion LeRoy Jackson, Phillip Barak, 2005
Handbook of Fiber Chemistry, Third Edition
From Table 3.30 and Table 3.31 it is seen that more than two peaks appeared
within the main body of the TIM endotherm as draw ratio was increased. The
reason for these peaks is unknown. In the curves, an average of these peaks is
Menachem Lewin, 2006
SPE/ANTEC 1999 Proceedings
The Tg of the dip coated LEB films was found to be about 200 °C, and an
endotherm was observed at approximately 385 °C. Thermogravimetric analysis
was carried out to confirm that the endotherm was not due to degradation, since
the films ...
Characterization of Cereals and Flours: Properties, Analysis ...
the temperatures of the DSC endotherm and the development of rheological
properties for concentrated starch gels, because the deformability of the starch
granule will change with the melting of the crystalline domains in the starch
Gonul Kaletunc, Kenneth J. Breslauer, 2003
Handbook of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry: Recent ...
In this study, a broad endotherm at 57.5 °C was observed in the SC that had not
been treated with the enhancer. Linoleic acid showed the greatest enhancing
effect in this study with an enhancement factor (EF) of 1.76 at 57.5 °C. A broad ...
The Handy Biology Answer Book
Animal Normal Temperature °F Normal Temperature °C Human (endotherm) Cat
(endotherm) Dog (endotherm) Cow (endotherm) Mare (endotherm) Pig (
endotherm) Goat (endotherm) Rabbit (endotherm) Sheep (endotherm) Pigeon ...
James Bobick, 2004
Fluid Catalytic Cracking VII:: Materials, Methods and ...
The endotherm alone has little impact, however when we model the combined
effect of an endotherm and deactivation by coking, the initial activity of catalyst of
average age is estimated to be 3.5 times higher than the reactor-averaged
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ENDOTHERM»
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Latest report on endotherm knife industry global market research …
The Endotherm Knife industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed. Finally the feasibility of new investment projects are ... «WhaTech, Jun 15»
Characterization of Protein Stability Using Differential Scanning …
This can be achieved by rescanning the sample under the same conditions and acquiring a second endotherm which can be superimposed on ... «News-Medical.net, Jun 15»
Were Dinosaurs Warm-Blooded? New Study Fuels Debate
... in the middle of the cold-blooded (ectotherm) and warm-blooded (endotherm) spectrum, making them intermediate-blooded (mesotherms). «Live Science, Jun 15»
SOAR Scholarship: An Inventor With Several Sides
The Senior is on Davenport West High School's InvenTeam, which has received several grants for their prototype product called Endotherm. «WQAD.com, May 15»
How Did I Miss That? Warm-Blooded Fish; Apple Watch Dog
Scientific American reported on the discovery of the first endotherm (“warm blooded”) fish, Lampris guttatus aka opah aka moonfish. My cousin ... «Indian Country Today Media Network, May 15»
How first-ever warm-blooded fish cranks up the heat (+video)
The opah is a warm-blood fish - an endotherm - that manages to stay warm at depths of 1,300 feet (396 meters) in temperate and tropical ... «Christian Science Monitor, May 15»
Thus it can be inferred that the professor challenges the passage by giving reasons as to why she thinks that the dinosaur is not an endotherm. «搜狐, Mar 15»
Davenport West teacher honored for STEM teaching
Franzenburg is the head coach of Davenport West's 11-member Endotherm team, which is creating an electronic bracelet for children that ... «Quad City Times, Feb 15»
Davenport West students work on life-saving product
Michael Conger, left, of the University of Iowa, listens Thursday as Davenport West High School Endotherm team members, from left, Brendon ... «Quad City Times, Feb 15»
Science Corner: Understanding behavior can improve relationship …
Their basal metabolic rate, which refers to the rate of energy expenditure at rest, is that of an endotherm. All of this will assist you with choosing ... «Yuma Sun, Dec 14»
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