Definition of Thermoregulation. Meaning of Thermoregulation. Synonyms of Thermoregulation

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Definition of Thermoregulation

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Meaning of Thermoregulation from wikipedia

- Thermoregulation is the ability of an organism to keep its body temperature within certain boundaries, even when the surrounding temperature is very different...
- As in other mammals, thermoregulation in humans is an important aspect of homeostasis. In thermoregulation, body heat is generated mostly in the deep...
- their longer ears. Rabbits' ears are an important structure to aid thermoregulation and detect predators due to how the outer, middle, and inner ear muscles...
- Play media Insect thermoregulation is the process whereby insects maintain body temperatures within certain boundaries. Insects have traditionally been...
- purposes, waterproofing, and camouflaging, with the primary usage being thermoregulation. The types of hair include definitive, which may be shed after reaching...
- shade when necessary in addition to a whole host of other behavioral thermoregulation mechanisms. For home captivity of pet reptiles, owners can use a UVB/UVA...
- believed to have been homeotherms. Other species have various degrees of thermoregulation. Animal body temperature control varies by species, so the terms "warm-blooded"...
- gland, regulating circadian rhythmicity and hormone production for thermoregulation. The parietal eye is found in the tuatara, most lizards, frogs, salamanders...
- coined to advocate for an intermediate status of non-avian dinosaur thermoregulation, between endotherms and ectotherms. A more technical definition was...
- Homeothermy, homothermy or homoiothermy is thermoregulation that maintains a stable internal body temperature regardless of external influence. This internal...
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