thermoregulate

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thermoregulate

(thûr′mō-rĕg′yə-lāt′)
intr.v. thermoregu·lated, thermoregu·lating, thermoregu·lates
1. To regulate body temperature.
2. To undergo thermoregulation.
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KITE DEX is similar to KITE but is not equipped to provide thermoregulated water.
This revealed that snakes thermoregulated most precisely during the night and less so during the day (Fig.
Approximately 20 of these micropots were placed in a polypropylene container (20-cm diam), and maintained at 27 [+ or -] 1 [degrees] C in a thermoregulated water bath.
The Galapagos land iguana, Conolophus pallidus, displayed a similar seasonal pattern in which they thermoregulated at a midday mean [T.
The ultra-quiet Noctua NF-A6x25 FLX thermoregulated fan keeps the product cool, while producing nearly no noise.
The Multibell 75 is an automatic in-line belling machine that sockets by means of an oven with recirculated and thermoregulated hot air; it is designed for double-extrusion lines for PVC-U pipe 16 - 75 mm in diameter and 1 - 6 m in length.
Dried polycarbonate diol and an excess of diisocyanate were placed in a three-necked round-bottom flask fitted with a dry nitrogen inlet, condenser, and mechanical stirrer, and heated in a thermoregulated silicon bath at 80[degrees]C.
polypropylene container and maintained at 27 [+ or -] 1 [degrees] C in thermoregulated waterbaths (Forma Scientific Inc.
It features three efficient, thermoregulated cooling fans to drive airflow.
Thermoregulated water between 7 and 25 degC can be sent to the extruder, torque motors, haul off and other equipment.
A thermoregulated mold (60 X 60 X 3 mm) was manufactured with two quartz windows equipped with SMA connectors to fix the optical fibers.