10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOMEOTHERMAL»
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Marmot Biology: Sociality, Individual Fitness, and ...
Marmots have a short active season, the homeothermal period, in which to mate,
reproduce, grow, and accumulate fat for the inactive season, the heterothermal
period (Fig. 7.1). Sufficient energy must be obtained during the homeothermal ...
Kenneth B. Armitage, 2014
Principles of Animal Science
those whose temperature varies directly with that of the environment, and
hameotherms, or "warm-blooded" animals, are those whose temperature is
largely independent of that of the environment. Mammals and birds are
Energetics and Avian Behavior: Physiology and General ...
1n homeothermal animals the maintenance of a constant body temperature and
the preservation of a satisfactory heat balance with the environment at wide-
ranging ambient temperatures (7"A) is provided b\ conserving the balance
Living in a Seasonal World: Thermoregulatory and Metabolic ...
The homeothermal period, which includes both arousal and IBA, was shorter
than expected when Belding's ground squirrels (Urocitellus beldingi) were
induced to arouse prematurely (French 1982). The reduction in homeothermal
period was ...
Thomas Ruf, Claudia Bieber, Walter Arnold, 2012
Comparative Animal Physiology, Environmental and Metabolic ...
Homeothermy and Poikilothermy A third classification of thermal status often is
used when comparing the energetics of poikilothermal and homeothermal
animals. The former generally have low or slow metabolism (M0) and are
identified as ...
Thermodynamics and regulation of biological processes
According to Morrison and Riser (1952) the long line of homeothermal animals
from the mouse to the whale, is characterised by an average body temperature of
37.8 °C ± 0.4 °C. Statistical deviation from the mean value is small. This shows ...
Ingolf Lamprecht, Aleksandr Ilʹich Zotin, 1985
Neonate 54: 79-85 (1988) 0006-3 126/88/0542-0079$2.75/0 Homeothermal
Adjustment in the Immediate Postdelivered Infant Monitored by Continuous and
Simultaneous Measurement of Core and Peripheral Body Temperatures Shiro ...
Excerpta medica. Section 7: Pediatrics and pediatric surgery
Homeothermal adjustment in the immediate postde- livered infant monitored by
continuous and simultaneous measurement of core and peripheral body
temperatures - Kubota S., Koyanagi T., Hori E. et al. - Department of Gynecology
Evolution of vertebrate endocrine systems
We suggested in our earlier review that this phenomenon deserves more
investigation because it presents a possible physiological change related to the
origin of the homeothermal condition. We may now ask what the evidence
Peter Kai To Pang, August Epple, American Society of Zoologists. Division of Comparative Endocrinology, 1980
Wild Mammals of North America: Biology, Management, and ...
PHYSIOLOGY The Circannual Cycle. The annual cycle consists of the
heterothermal period when marmots hibernate and the homeothermal period in
which mating, gestation, lactation, growth, and fattening occur. The sequence of
events in ...
George A. Feldhamer, Bruce C. Thompson, Joseph A. Chapman, 2003