thermoregulation

Thermogenesis vs Thermoregulation - What's the difference?

thermogenesis | thermoregulation |


As nouns the difference between thermogenesis and thermoregulation

is that thermogenesis is (biology) the generation of heat in an organism, especially by biochemical means while thermoregulation is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism).

Thermoregulation vs Osmoregulation - What's the difference?

thermoregulation | osmoregulation |


As nouns the difference between thermoregulation and osmoregulation

is that thermoregulation is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism) while osmoregulation is osmoregulation.

Thermoconformer vs Thermoregulation - What's the difference?

thermoconformer | thermoregulation |


As nouns the difference between thermoconformer and thermoregulation

is that thermoconformer is any organism whose body temperature changes according to the external temperature, rather than carrying out thermoregulation while thermoregulation is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism).

Taxonomy vs Thermoregulation - What's the difference?

taxonomy | thermoregulation |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and thermoregulation

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while thermoregulation is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism).

Acclimation vs Thermoregulation - What's the difference?

acclimation | thermoregulation |


As nouns the difference between acclimation and thermoregulation

is that acclimation is the process of becoming, or the state of being, acclimated, or habituated to a new climate; acclimatization while thermoregulation is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism).

Thermoregulation vs Thermoregulate - What's the difference?

thermoregulation | thermoregulate |


As a noun thermoregulation

is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism).

As a verb thermoregulate is

to regulate the body temperature (by thermoregulation).

Thermoregulation vs Thermoregulatory - What's the difference?

thermoregulation | thermoregulatory |


As a noun thermoregulation

is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism).

As an adjective thermoregulatory is

of or pertaining to thermoregulation.

Thermoregulation vs Poikilothermy - What's the difference?

thermoregulation | poikilothermy | Related terms |

Thermoregulation is a related term of poikilothermy.


As nouns the difference between thermoregulation and poikilothermy

is that thermoregulation is thermoregulation (the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism) while poikilothermy is (biology) the quality of having a body temperature that varies or fluctuates, depending on the temperature of the environment; cold-bloodedness.

Thermoregulation vs Thermotaxis - What's the difference?

thermoregulation | thermotaxis |


In context|biology|lang=en terms the difference between thermoregulation and thermotaxis

is that thermoregulation is (biology) the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism independent of the temperature of the environment while thermotaxis is (biology) movement in response to temperature.

As nouns the difference between thermoregulation and thermotaxis

is that thermoregulation is (biology) the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism independent of the temperature of the environment while thermotaxis is (biology) movement in response to temperature.

Thermoregulation vs Thermodynamics - What's the difference?

thermoregulation | thermodynamics |


As nouns the difference between thermoregulation and thermodynamics

is that thermoregulation is (biology) the maintenance of a constant internal temperature of an organism independent of the temperature of the environment while thermodynamics is (physics) the science of the conversions between heat and other forms of energy.

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