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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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Trade-offs in activity time and physiolocial performance for thermoregulating desert lizards, Sceloporus merriami.
Nectaring or thermoregulating activities have been recorded both at low or medium height but it may readily fly high to perch on the upper margin of tree leaves.
exsul primarily use creosote bushes for thermoregulating and foraging.
Key new features include a varied zonal underarm ventilation mesh which combines both Xstatic and Racheltronic technology to offer an enhanced thermoregulating performance.
More specifically, given that behavioral thermoregulation involves trade-offs between costs and benefits, and that growth rate should be strongly influenced by body temperature, then we expect a difference in trade-offs between males and females resulting in females thermoregulating more precisely in order to facilitate faster growth.
5[degrees]-5[degrees]C, discarding the two individuals already thermoregulating at 2.
In the framework of reconstruction and modernization, Measures will be taken to reduce the energy intensity of the building and that thermal insulation of the peripheral casing and roof, Replacement of the openings, Exchange of light sources and lightning conductor of the building system, Installation of thermoregulating valves on the heating bodies and hydraulic balancing of the heating system building systems, Barrier-free entrance and toilet for immobile.
rectocollaris in the population we examined is intermediate between thermoregulating and thermoconforming, with suggestions that the strategy may be closer to the thermoconforming end of the spectrum (thermal efficiency = 0.
The quantity of mealworms consumed within the 10-min observation period varied according to the stage of the nest; incubating females fed at lower rates (2-3 mealworms/observation period) than those feeding thermoregulating young (4-10 mealworms/observation period).