- endo- + -thermy (Wiktionary)
“Dinosaur body temperature: The occurrence of endothermy and ectothermy, Paleobiology, Winter 2003.”
“There is as large body of earlier work about the potential competitive advantages of mammals and/or birds over earlier reptilian groups", based on such traits as lactation, specialized teeth, brain size, and endothermy.”
“Some of these animals evolved small body size, and probably endothermy and body fur.”
“But, as Penny and Phillips point out, "[t] here is as large body of earlier work about the potential competitive advantages of mammals and/or birds over earlier reptilian groups", based on such traits as lactation, specialized teeth, brain size, and endothermy.”
“I remember that I answered the first with a question about the development of body temperature regulation endothermy in mammals.”
“Beard LA, Augee ML (2004) The evolution of endothermy and its diversity in mammals and birds.”
“More specifically, it exhibits regional endothermy; the ability to generate heat in the viscera, brain, eyes and slow-twitch muscle fibres.”
“Evolution and consequences of endothermy in fishes.”
“I'm lost as to how you think endothermy (warm/cold blooded is misleading, don't use the terms) leads to few calories being burnt through exercise.”
“Beside migration activity within the nest, the main active process is "endothermy on demand" of adults.”
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