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1. Medical definition of Homeothermy: the condition of being warm-blooded : warm-bloodedness —called also homeothermism.

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2. Homeothermy is a form of temperature regulation in which the body maintains the same internal body temperature that is largely independent of outside influences (e.g.,

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3. Homeothermy: The word 'Homeothermy' is built with word parts that can give clues to its meaning

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4. Definition of Homeothermy in the Definitions.net dictionary

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5. What does Homeothermy mean? Information and translations of Homeothermy in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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6. ‘Endothermic Homeothermy, or ‘warmbloodedness,’ is one of the major evolutionary developments of vertebrates, and among the most significant features that distinguish existing birds and mammals from reptiles, amphibians and fish.’

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7. These are underlain by insulating blubber that would have augmented streamlining, buoyancy and Homeothermy

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8. Translation for 'Homeothermy' in the free English-French dictionary and many other French translations.

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9. As nouns the difference between Homeothermy and endothermy is that Homeothermy is the state or condition of being homeothermic while endothermy is (biology) a form of thermoregulation in which heat is generated by the organism's metabolism.

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10. What does Homeothermy mean? The state or condition of being homeothermic

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11. Homeothermy in British English (ˌhɒmɪəˈθɜːmɪ) or homeothermism (ˌhɒmɪəʊˈθɜːmɪzəm)

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12. An animal that exhibits Homeothermy, a warm-blooded animal

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13. Advantages of Homeothermy [edit edit source]

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14. Homeothermy: It is one of the types of temperature regulations in living organisms

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15. In Homeothermy, the organism can maintain a constant body temperature and withstand its homeostasis even when

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16. In this paper it is postulated that Homeothermy is so effective, especially in species of relatively large mass (including humans), that it limits the ability to survive ischemia, toxic insult, and other types of …

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17. Homeothermy and primate bipedalism: is water shortage or solar radiation the main threat to baboon (Papio hamadryas) Homeothermy? J Hum Evol

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18. Homeothermy in Mammals and Birds

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19. Homeothermy—thermoregulation by physiological means—is energetically expensive

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20. Infants of some species including rats and mice achieve Homeothermy postnatally.

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22. HomeothermyThe most important marker of Homeothermy, which has as yet no scientific explanation, is a high level of energy exchange

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23. The plural of Homeothermy is Homeothermy

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24. Synonyms for Homeothermy in Free Thesaurus

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25. What are synonyms for Homeothermy?

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26. We propose that mammalian Homeothermy was acquired in two steps

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27. Homeothermy in Mammals and Birds

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28. BOX 10.3 Thermoregulatory Control, Fever, and Behavioral Fever; Metabolic rate rises in cold and hot environments because of the costs of Homeothermy; The shape of the metabolism–temperature curve depends on fundamental heat-exchange principles; Homeothermy is metabolically expensive

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29. Studies of limited Homeothermy have focused on the costs of shutting down photosynthesis and cellular function during the day and the potential adaptive value of evaporative cooling for leaves

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30. 1993); (2) Homeothermy (stable body temperature) and increased metabolic efficiency (Heinrich 1977; Avery 1979); (3) Homeothermy followed by decreasing body size (McNab 1978); (4) postural changes that enhance exercise performance (Heath 1968, cf.

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31. Homeothermy, homothermy or homoiothermy is thermoregulation that maintains a stable internal body temperature regardless of external influence

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32. Homeothermy is one of the three types of thermoregulation in warm-blooded

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33. Homeothermy is thermoregulation that maintains a stable internal body temperature regardless of external influence

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34. Homeothermy is one of the three types of warm-blooded animal species

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35. Homeothermy's opposite is poikilothermy.

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36. Homeothermy in a sentence - Use Homeothermy in a sentence and its meaning 1

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37. The evidence indicates Homeothermy, but by itself cannot prove endothermy

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38. Ectotherms can also display the features of Homeothermy, especially within aquatic organisms

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HOMEOTHERMY [homeothermy]

DEFINITION
  1. noun form of homeotherm
homeotherm
[ˈhōmēəˌTHərm]