Asgeirsson B, Fox J, Bjarnason J (1989) Purification and characterization of trypsin from the poikilotherm
Effects of temperature on rates in poikilotherm
nervous systems: evidence from the calling songs of meadow katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Orchelimum) and reanalysis of published data.
Among reported poikilotherm
predators of Steller sea lions, only the Pacific sleeper shark (Somniosus pacificus) is known to have body core temperatures that are near ambient.
Cadmium effects on mitochondrial function are enhanced by elevated temperatures in a marine poikilotherm
, Crassostrea virginica Gmelin (Bivalvia: Ostreidae).
The time step is a day (t) with forcing variable being temperature that from the perspective of the poikilotherm
organisms is of varying length in physiological time units (degree-days, dd).
In the early post hatching period, chicks act as poikilotherm
and become fully homeotherm during the first 5 to 10 days after hatching (WEKSTEIN; ZOLMAN, 1971).
The word homeotherm is used to describe the opposite of poikilotherm
52) It is noteworthy that both the mammalian as well as the bird embryo have poikilotherm
metabolism till birth (homoeothermic condition is provided by parent organism).
Alternatively, it has been suggested that poikilotherm
mtDNA evolves up to five times slower than mtDNA in endotherms (review in Rand 1994).
It is a poikilotherm
, never had a dependent childhood, has little or no social life.
Effects of temperature on rates of poikilotherm
nervous systems: evidence from the calling songs of meadow katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Orchelimum) and re-analysis of published data.
Fry (1967) mentioned that lethal temperatures are important for the physiologic analysis of poikilotherm
organisms because it provides a detailed pattern of responses that can be used as an immediate ecological index, since the animals can find lethal temperatures in the habitat as well as thermal fluctuations overcoming their tolerance limits.