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Endotherm - Wikipedia

An endotherm (from Greek ἔνδον endon "within" and θέρμη thermē "heat") is an organism that maintains its body at a metabolically favorable temperature ...

temperature - Why do endotherms need more food than ...

I have a rough idea: endotherms need more food to keep their temperature stable whilst ectotherms use less of their food in respiration. but that's just me parroting ...

Ectotherm - Wikipedia

The red line represents the air temperature. The purple line represents the body temperature of the lizard. The green line represents the base temperature ...

ectothermic animals require less food - yousearch.io

Endotherm - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endotherm... food as ectothermic animals do, and usually require a more ... long as endotherms.

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Ectotherms vs. endotherms - Seattle Aquarium Blog

Do you know the difference between an ectotherm and an endotherm—or even what these terms mean? They both refer to the ways that animals stay warm.

What are endothermic vertebrates? | Socratic

Ectothermic animal can survive a long time without food because they need much less energy to subsist than endothermic animals. Most of the food consumption of a ...

Animal Body Types - Basics - Union College

Animals that are endothermic have adapted to the environment differently than ectothermic animals. ... and therefore require more food. Ectothermic do not ...

ectotherm | biology | Britannica.com

Any so-called cold-blooded animal; that is, any animal whose regulation of body temperature depends on external sources, such as sunlight or a heated rock surface.

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