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Aestivating

[ˈestəˌvāt]

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Synonyms: 1. Asleep 2. Sleeping 3. Slumbering 4. Resting 5. Reposing 6. Drowsing 7. Comatose 8. Supine 9. Inactive 10. Passive 11. Inert 12. Latent 13. Fallow 14. Quiescent 15. Inoperative 16. Stagnant 17. Sluggish 18. Lethargic 19. Torpid 20. Motionless ...21. Immobile 22. Aestivating 23. Awake 24. Active See more »
1. Frogs aestivating at 30°C compared with those aestivating at 24°C ( F 1,12 =5.5878, P =0.0358; Fig. 3C). For the iliofibularis, cytosolic SOD/SSC was higher in aestivating: 4. aestivating animals may wake up and become active again if the temperatures drop or rain begins to fall. Typically, aestivation doesn’t last very long.
2. Synonyms for aestivating include dormant, asleep, sleeping, dozing, napping, slumbering, hibernating, resting, comatose and reposing. Find more similar words at
3. Antonyms for aestivating include hibernating, sleeping, wintering, overwintering, lying dormant, vegetating, hiding, immuring, holing up and lying torpid. Find more opposite words at !
4. Frogs aestivating at 30°C compared with those aestivating at 24°C ( F 1,12 =5.5878, P =0.0358; Fig. 3C). For the iliofibularis, cytosolic SOD/SSC was higher in aestivating
5. aestivating animals may wake up and become active again if the temperatures drop or rain begins to fall. Typically, aestivation doesn’t last very long. Most animals that aestivate probably only do so for a few weeks, whereas some animals hibernate for up to nine months of the year.
6. More information: Garry Ogston et al. Living on burrowed time: aestivating fishes in south-western Australia face extinction due to climate change, Biological Conservation (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j
7. Cyclorana alboguttata aestivating for 6 months at either 24 or 30°C were used to assess the levels of small molecule antioxidants (i.e. total antioxidant capacity), the activities of enzymatic antioxidants (mitochondrial and cytoplasmic SOD), levels of HSPs (Hsp70), and markers of oxidative damage (lipid peroxidation and protein carbonylation) in the gastrocnemius and iliofibularis muscles.

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