endotherm definition

  • noun:
    • An organism that generates heat to keep its body temperature, typically over the temperature of the surroundings; a homeotherm.
    • a warm-blooded animal that preserves a consistent body's temperature
    • In chem., a compound substance inside development of which from the constituents energy is soaked up, plus in its decomposition power (usually temperature) is developed.
    • An organism that generates temperature to steadfastly keep up its body temperature, typically over the heat of the environments; a homeotherm.
    • a warm-blooded animal that keeps a continuing body's temperature
    • In chem., a compound substance inside development that from its constituents energy is soaked up, as well as in its decomposition power (usually heat) is evolved.
    • An organism that yields temperature to maintain its body temperature, usually over the temperature of their environment; a homeotherm.
    • a warm-blooded pet that keeps a constant body's temperature
    • In chem., a compound substance in the development of which from its constituents energy is consumed, plus its decomposition energy (usually temperature) is evolved.

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