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Homeothermic Endothermy. How to Maintain Constant T. To maintain a constant temperature: Rate of Heat Gain = Rate of Heat Loss. Heat Loss:. C= Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity. With Evaporation:. Metabolic rate = Heat Loss rate (endothermic homeothermy). Euthermic Homeothermy.

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    1. Homeothermic Endothermy

    2. How to Maintain Constant T To maintain a constant temperature: Rate of Heat Gain = Rate of Heat Loss Heat Loss: C= Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity With Evaporation: Metabolic rate = Heat Loss rate (endothermic homeothermy)

    3. Euthermic Homeothermy

    4. Predicting Tb

    5. Thermal Conductance and the TNZ

    6. Conductance and Thermal Acclimation

    7. More on Thermal Acclimation

    8. Suspension of Thermoregulation Torpor and aestivation Hibernation

    9. Counter-Current Heat Exchangers

    10. Counter-Current Heat Exchangers II

    11. Endothermy in Fish

    12. Endothermy in Fish

    13. Intermittent Endothermy

    14. Evolution of Endothermy Gigantothermy? Original role of feathers and hair. The activity route. The “biochemical” route.